Last Updated on 27th July 2011

Grace Coddington is known to many as the beloved creative director at Vogue US, but as recent rumours go, the fashion big shot has reportedly just sold her memoir to Random House for an estimated $1.2 million.

Which is a pretty impressive some of money, if you ask us.

News began to circulate that Grace was writing a memoir way back in August last year, when she made this statement to WWD: “I’m hoping it’s going to be very rich in fashion history. It’s more than just about me.”

The memoir will mark the second book Coddington has put together over the years, the first being 2002’s coffee table book “Grace: Thirty Years of Fashion at Vogue,” which Fielden helped to write, reports Fashionista.

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We hope this memoir doesn’t spell the end of Grace’s 23 year career at Vogue….

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