Synopses & Reviews
For the woman more accustomed to singing Missoni's praises than singing lullabies comes Amy Allen's irresistible This Little Piggy Went to Prada: Nursery Rhymes for the Blahnik Brigade. Filled from cover to cover with sumptuous full color illustrations by Eun-Kyung Kung, This Little Piggy Went to Prada presents classic nursery rhymes with a thoroughly modern and charmingly ironic spin that will make the most sleepless fashionista mom smile, even when she's knee-deep in diapers.
“A perfect gift for the new mother nostalgic for the freedom of single life.” Daily Mail (London)
“The book that fashion lovers should know by heart…Its the new must have…it guarantees you a giggle.” Vogue (UK)
“Nursery rhymes have never been so fashionable…Can any stylish mother resist its name-dropping charms?” London Times
“A beautifully designed collection of irreverent nursery rhymes updated for ‘the Blahnik Brigade” Time Out London
“The must-have accessory for the Birkin-toting and Blahnik-wearing yummy mummy.” Harper's Bazaar
“Posh new nursery rhymes…In This Little Piggy Went to Prada, Amy Allen rewrites childhood standards with a designer bent.” PAGE 6, New York Post
“Any new mom who loves her designer labels will appreciate This Little Piggy Went to Prada.” Hello (UK)
A must-have gift for new moms, this book offers 22 fashion-obsessed, tongue-in-cheek, name-dropping nursery rhymes that are fabulously fun. Full color.
About the Author
The irreverent and effervescent Amy Allen is a first time writer and a first time mother. She graduated from Oxford with a degree in Japanese and spent 4 years working in luxury advertising in Tokyo. Back in London, she ran the Harrods and Patek Philippe advertising accounts for 2 years before training as an image consultant. She currently lives in Singapore where she runs her own event management company, Bespoke and is Champagne Jacquesson's business development director for Asia-Pacific. Nominated as one of Singapore's most stylish women, and known for her passion for fashion, Amy has graced the pages of Singapore's glossies from Harper's Bazaar to Tatler, and Europe's 34.