jerry hallIconic supermodel Jerry Hall is having a moment*. The Texan Titan recently shot the Chanel spring accessories catalog with Karl Lagerfeld and this week announced her return to the Ford Models agency in New York.

But the spotlight will really be on her this fall, when she releases a much-anticipated autobiography. The book will not be her first foray into memoir: the six-foot stunner ruffled more than a few feathers in 1985 with "Tall Tales," in which she dished on her high profile relationships.

For those not up on their '70s bed-hopping, Mick Jagger's wife Bianca divorced him when he took up with Hall, who had left Roxy Music's Brian Ferry to begin the affair. Ferry was miffed enough about the book to write the pop hit "Kiss and Tell," whose video contains a Hall-lookalike modeling in front of a backdrop of tabloid headlines. Subtle, it wasn't!

In person, Hall has the kind of detachment that politely lets you know that she's talked to infinitely more interesting people at infinitely more interesting parties than you and this. (You should have seen the look she gave me when I told her I had a drag queen friend in Sydney who spoofed her under the name "Very Tall.")

However she is the only person I ever met who gets her hair feng shui'd -- yes, like moving the furniture feng shui -- at the Dallas salon of a stylist called Michael Motorcycle.

"I go to this guy and he just gets all the negativity out," she told me once, as if it were the most obvious thing in the world.

Let's hope there are more stories like that in the book!

*Celebrities hate it when you call it a "comeback."