“I find doing karaoke incredibly depressing, really and seriously. I don’t know what it is but doing it involuntarily in front of a crowd of mostly drunk people is just a really bad, bad thing.” SJP on the Karaoke scene in SATC2 …Spoiler alert: see photos from the movie here
“I feel that some celebrities think that because they are famous, they can do fashion. Imagine if I want to be now a dancer. Trust me, I can’t. I can’t jump. I can’t even limp from one point to another. I feel that there is this kind of confusion”. Lanvin Fashion designer Alber Elbaz on red carpet dressing.
“He knows I don’t love it. I mean I loved it for a couple of months. I thought, ‘Okay, it was a cute joke. Get over it.’ But he is in love with them. What can I say? ” Marc Jacobs’ boyfriend, Lorenzo, talking about Marc’s love of wearing skirts. He shouldn’t jump ( or bend over!)
‘Life and love is like the ocean Sometimes the tide is in and sometimes the tide is out, and sometimes it’s like the frigging Mojave. Where’s the tide now? For me? Mojave! ” Sharon Stone on her love life. When the tide is out she needs to learn body surfing.
“We are being accused that some models are anorexic, but we as fashion designers cannot be blamed, when I talk to women around the world, rich and poor and young and old and intellectual and not, what they want to be is skinny. You ask them, what is your dream? It’s to be skinny. That’s all they want … Me, as a designer that is not exactly skinny, all I want is comfortable clothes. All I want is beautiful. I mean, I like gray hair, I love wrinkles. But this is me.” Lanvin’s Alber Elbaz
“What else do you really want to know about Angelina Jolie? With a lot of these celebrities, there’s nothing left to show unless they actually take their clothes off. We’ve covered them from every shape, every corner. We’ve shown them with their kids, and with their boyfriends and with their girlfriends, so that’s why you’re starting to see semi-naked soccer players and a semi-naked Tiger Woods. That’s what it takes to survive in a digital age.” Samir Husni on why we are seeing naked men on magazine covers. ( More men in skirts? Bring it on!)