Nina-Sophia Miralles is an award-winning London-based writer and editor specialising in the arts, history and lifestyle. In 2015 she launched Londnr, a culture magazine that was born online and has since expanded to a print edition and a literary salon. She has also written for HARRODS Magazine and The Paris Review. Glossy: The Inside Story of Vogue is her first book. .
Riveting * The Arts Desk * Fashion never seemed more relevant than in this engrossing and unputdownable history of the Queen of them all...the story of Vogue's war years in France is extraordinary . . . wonderful * Miranda Seymour * An enthralling history. * Daily Mail * Nina-Sophia Miralles' Glossy takes readers on an in-depth voyage through the history and workings of Vogue, from the brand's establishment to the people who made it such a success. Branded the definitive story of Vogue , the insightful retrospective details the 129-year-old publication's triumphs and tribulations, from its humble New York beginnings to its international influence today. * Country and Town House * Glossy: The Inside Story of Vogue, a new book by Nina-Sophia Miralles, is at least as much about the women, and occasional man, who have been the faces of the most potent fashion magazine brand as the actual publication. Rightly so * The Times * Full of stories.... Miralles has an eye for the telling detail. * Irish Times *