“Is there any garment more hideous than this peaked shoulders nightmare by Giorgio Armani, made worse by the very dark, very high shoe boots on the end of those expensively aerobicised postpartum legs?” The Daily Mail on Gwyneth’s premiere outfit. Hideous? Wish I looked like that …People.com
“Sometimes I wish that Anna Wintour didn’t know I existed.” -Derek Blasberg from Style.com
“I came to New York originally in 1976, and then I got this part in Annie…I was a little girl, and for some reason they always invited the cast of Annie to Studio 54, so there I was at thirteen and fourteen, and the doorman would usher us in, literally underneath his arms. And it was 1977 in New York City, and you couldn’t be alive and not know the name Halston…Sarah Jessica Parker on Halston, in Vogue.
“Wanting to be a girl was my first impression in life…People who don’t know me sometimes call me ‘Mademoiselle’.” -Olivier Theyskens in the TimesUK. Or Annie?
“Well, my first reaction was I absolutely hate them. Ha! I have to say now, you’ve got to love them, I’m just a little old-fashioned and old. It takes me a little while to come around to it. I mean-I don’t like it if they sit in my seat. But I’m getting used to it. They’ve grown on me. Some of them hang out at Vogue and stuff, so when you get to know them, at the end of the day, they are people, and then it’s OK. It’s when they’re not people that you don’t like them so much, when they’re strangers with cameras.” US Vogue’s Grace Coddington about bloggers.
“Models, by nature, are not supposed to look like you and me. They are exemplary. They have bone structure and height and lengths of leg that normal people don’t have. But you want that to be based on genes, and if they’re adults, you want that to be based on adults who take care of themselves. I think if you send out an army of robotic 14-year-old children dressed up in their mom’s clothes, I think the reality is that it’s a turnoff, unless you are in fact a robotic 14-year-old. Women say: ‘Well. wait a sec, I wear a bra. I have to go to the office. Where are clothes that I can actually wear? ” Micheal Kors Huffingtonpost.com