In 2004, Plum Sykes' debut novel Bergdorf Blondes was published and became an instant hit, selling over a quarter of a million copies worldwide. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the publication, Bergdorf Blondes and Sykes' follow-up, The Debutante Divorceé, have been reissued in gorgeous, eye-catching covers in paperback and eBook.
Plum Sykes is a long-time contributing editor for American Vogue and has also written for Vanity Fair. The English-born fashion writer and New York “It Girl,” draws on her time at Vogue to brilliantly depict life as a New York socialite in her traditional witty style. Filled with cheek and charm, Bergdorf Blondes and The Debutante Divorceé are whimsical examinations of the glittering lives of the young, rich, and fabulous living in New York.
About Bergdorf Blondes:
Our heroine, "Moi," described as a "champagne bubble of a girl about town," gets into misadventures with fellow socialite and best friend Julie Bergdorf, a department store heiress. When Moi notices that getting engaged brings about a glow unattainable by facials, she and Julie scheme and shop to attract the perfect PH (Prospective Husband). Sykes's debut is a pitch-perfect examination of the glittering lives of the young, rich, and fabulous living in New York.
From New York Times bestselling author Plum Sykes comes the delicious follow-up to Bergdorf Blondes,
a hilarious tale of marriage, friendship, and divorce.
Filled with wit and charm, The Debutante Divorcée stars Sylvie Mortimer, a recently married socialite who is quick to discover that her marriage is far from photo-perfect. Her best friend, Lauren Blount, the chic-est of the Debutante Divorcées, is basking in her freedom, taking solo honeymoons, having divorce showers, and pursuing any man she chooses as part of her "Make-Out Challenge." And Sylvie's perfect Town & Countrylife is about to be rocked by a divine and dangerous predator—the very rich, very young, very thin, and very divorced Husband Huntress.