The bestselling Fabulous Girl returns with more advice for the modern woman.
Building on the enormous and continuing international success of their first book, The Fabulous Girl’s Guide to Decorum, Kim Izzo and Ceri Marsh are back with more invaluable advice on how to travel with grace over the rocky terrain of work, relationships, sex and friendship.
Code Red is a modern woman’s survival guide to managing the often delicate and extreme moments of her sophisticated life. Witty and frank, Code Red offers etiquette guidance on subjects relevant to the evolving Fabulous Girl, such as dating men with kids, ending affairs, surviving corporate mergers, changing careers mid-stream, or finding your husband in bed with another woman.
In addition to the playful but frank advice Marsh and Izzo provide, they also reacquaint readers with the unforgettable Fabulous Girl, a character who vividly brings to life the etiquette lessons of Code Red.
A beautifully designed original trade paperback, with spot illustrations throughout, Code Red is a wonderful graduation and friendship gift, a valuable handbook, and an engaging read.
Kim Izzo, is the features editor at Flare magazine. She has been a frequent contributor to various newspapers and magazines, including The Globe and Mail, Report on Business magazine, Style, and FASHION. Previously she worked as a television field producer on such shows as “Harrowsmith Country Life,” “Flare TV,” “Entertainment Tonight” and “Access Hollywood.” Ceri Marsh is the fashion news director at FASHION magazine, and was previously fashion editor at The Globe and Mail. Her articles have appeared frequently in magazines such as Toronto Life, Saturday Night, Report on Business magazine and Flare. Izzo and Marsh write a weekly etiquette column for The Globe and Mail entitled “Urban Decorum.”
Praise for the bestselling The Fabulous Girl’s Guide to Decorum:
“[This] smart, authoritative guide to modern manners gives life to the girl of our dreams: sexy, sophisticated and well-dressed, yet never less than perfectly considerate. She’s a gem, and so is this book.” -- Mark Kingwell, author of The World We Want
“In a world filled with rudeness, it is refreshing to read a book that dares a young woman to be ‘grand’ -- in the same way that Jackie Onassis, Holly Golightly and Coco Chanel were models of taste and diplomacy. . . . Absolutely everything is covered in this book, from what you wear to a job interview, to how to leave your lover, to what kind of utensils should be stored in your kitchen.” -- The Globe and Mail