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This is the deal with Chloe Leiberman (sometimes Wong):

· She lives, breathes, sleeps, eats and drinks fashion.

· She's half Jewish (father) and half Chinese (mother).

· She has one bow-tie(like Tucker Carlson)-wearing brother.

· She’s stuck in the OC.

· She always knows the right thing to wear. And what you should be wearing, too.

· She is a senior in high school.

· She didn't
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Paperback, 224 pages
Published February 25th 2009 by Delacorte Books for Young Readers (first published September 13th 2005)
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Rekha
Chloe has a "fashion disorder." She hallucinates better, more stylish outfits for everyone she sees. She's so obsessed with fashion that she decides not to apply to college and find a way to make fashion her life. But how? Her Jewish-Chinese-Californian family doesn't understand her and so she doesn't get much support from them. She finally finds an eccentric contessa to be her mentor and starts to build a future. Funny, breezy, very light.
Amber
I waffled a bit at whether it was a 2 or 3 star book. I went with 3, because for the most part I enjoyed reading it. I had some nagging questions throughout (such as, if this is supposed to be Chloe's application, why is it in third person?), but overall it was well written and interesting.
Kimberly
cutesy. the teenage dialect was a little overkill though. "Like" was used far too often and not in the right places for a teenage girl.
Jarizza
I had to re-read it to understand it, but it pretty much taught me that ambitions are anchors to hold on to.
Elleena Paris
this was an interesting book you know...that girl is something else:) i enjoyed it.
Meghan
cute and funny
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