A modeling agency discovers bookish 15-year-old Swede Jirina and whisks her to Paris in Paulina Porizkova’s A Model Summer. Think Top Model on coke: lots of coke, as well as booze, casting-couch sex, devious rivals — and one dreamy photographer.
Only veiled ones, like a model-dating rocker who wears ”ubiquitous glittery scarves.”
Yes, supermodels can write. Porizkova delivers a dizzyingly detailed and wrenching tale of innocence lost. A-