Because of her dyslexia she had problems with writing and counting money.
She found this string of jobs unfulfilling and difficult: at the time, the most interesting parts of the fashion industry--in Ball's view--were still a man's world and she could not do the kind of work she was interested in, like design.
"Old men always want a young dolly bird, and the plainest girls still like to think they can get themselves a millionaire," says Stella waspishly.
Today, she still sports the steely, scrutinising gaze that has been her principal professional tool during her 50-year career - a career she fell into by accident to distract herself from an unhappy marriage of her own (the irony of that inconvenient fact does not, of course, escape her).
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