“I have this weird thing that if I sleep with someone they’re going to take my creativity from me through my vag…,” says Lady Gaga posing for vanityfair.com
“It’s unfortunate that we live in such a panicked, dysmorphic society where women don’t even give themselves a chance to see what they’ll look like as older persons. I want my kids to know when I’m pissed, when I’m happy, and when I’m confounded. Your face tells a story ….” Why the botox then Julia Roberts ? I haven’t seen you frown since Mystic Pizza.
“I was so embarrassed to go on Google and see myself look like a crazy person” Courtney Love now has a personal-style blog. Bless.
“‘She just seems fried: she makes Twitter unusable because if you follow her, she’ll post so much, it’s just really weird. Honestly, this blog isn’t as interesting because it’s not the craze-fest she normally puts out there.’ ‘ Trent from pinkisthenewblog.com.
“The people that I have always been drawn to are the worker bees. Whether that’s Steven Meisel - whoever it is - nobody I know wants to be a celebrity. They’re attracted to the work itself. Karl Lagerfeld once said to me, ‘We have class. Working class!’ Here’s a man that we all revere, bow down to, and love. What we do is not the fluff - it’s not going out to parties, it’s not to be seen.” Veteran stylist Lori Goldstein, of W, Italian Vogue, and QVC.
“You will definitely see me in the clothes. Like, you will absolutely see my trademark pieces. I’ll definitely do faux furs and incredible leather jackets and great trousers.” Celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe loves to be seen in her new collection…
“I mourn the demise of people walking down the streets with umbrellas and hats. Reality that reflects reality is a big fat mess.” Fashion eccentric Daphne Guinness
“I’m dressed really weird. I do it for the old people who laugh at me in airports.. You can only dress like this if you get the humor of it.” Daphne Guinness wsj.com