Based in Paris, Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni is the author of various titles such as Sam Spiegel - the biography of a Hollywood legend; Tino Zervudachi; Monsieur Dior; Loulou de la Falaise and Vogue on Yves Saint Laurent. She is known for her evocative style, wry humor and eye for detail. Her latest book: After Andy - Adventures in Warhol Land is a memoir of the influence that Andy Warhol exerted throughout his life and beyond. Fraser-Cavassoni met the Pop artist when she was sixteen in 1980. Seven years later, she became the last person to be hired by Warhol at the studio. A witty yet informative page-turning account, After Andy spans an extraordinary life that includes Fraser-Cavassoni's mother Antonia Fraser, the best selling historian; her step-father Harold Pinter, the Nobel Prize-winning playwright as well as encounters with the rock star Mick Jagger; the film star Jack Nicholson; the impresario Malcolm McLaren; fashion designers Halston and Karl Lagerfeld; the artist Jean-Michel Basquiat and footwear maestro Christian Louboutin.