Fashion journalist Teri Agins signs new book deal for industry exposé

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Teri Agins, who is best known for her reporting in fashion journalism, has signed a new book deal that will explore behind the scenes of the fashion world. The book does not have a title yet, however the focus of the book will include celebrity designers and the rise of quick fashion. Agins is a freelance writer for O: The Oprah Magazine, Essence and several other magazine outlets. The Huffington Post reports:

Make some room on your bookshelf—famed fashion journalist Teri Agins has just inked a new book deal.

We love a great fashion read. But unlike one of our favorites “The Devil Wears Prada,” Agins’ book won’t be veiled by fictitious people, places and things—this nonfiction tome is touted as a “behind-the-scenes expose” of the fashion industry, according to WWD.

The new book, which has not been titled yet, will explore the rise of fast fashion and celebrity designers. This will be the second published book for the seasoned journalist who freelance writes for The Wall Street Journal, Vogue, Town & Country, O: The Oprah Magazine and Essence.

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