In Honor of Victoria Beckham’s 38th Birthday, Here are 38 Photos of Her Not Smiling from Fashionista!
‘We always joke that we have this fabulously gorgeous 17-year-old model who is six-foot-whatever and then I say “OK, I’m going to put it on. I stand for the general public here” Vicky B thinks she is normal and stands for the general public.
“It’s terrible and you almost can’t even look at it, but it has been driven by a great journalist, Anna Wintour, who wants all women to be like her and to dress the way she does.” Roberto Cavalli chatting about American fashion. ( better than dressing in tacky Roberto Cavalli )
“Hi, I am here. I can read. Ok everyone thanks for the teen angst discussions. People are different sizes. I’m not trying to be thinspo for anyone [sic]. I am now making this acct private. Byyyyyeeee.” Alexa Chung responds to a photo she posted of herself with her mom on Instagram which many people commented on how thin and “unhealthy” she looked.
“Three weeks of no sound-no laughing, no coughing, no sneezing, nothing. He could write things down, and he would scribble away. You can still fight when someone can’t talk. When he disagreed with me, he would write, “This is unacceptable.” [Laughs.] Nicole Kidman talking about Keith Urban’s throat surgery and not speaking for 3 weeks. The Voice?
“Alexander McQueen once told me before I went out on the runway (I was wearing a dress that was very long and difficult to walk in, and I was concerned the dress was going to get caught on my shoe), ‘Don’t worry, Karlie; if it does, just take it off and throw it, throw the dress. Remember - YOU own the dress, the dress does not own you!’” model Karlie Kloss
“There’s really no logic. I observe and listen to women, and then I follow my heart and my guts. It’s not a factory. I’m not a chicken that lays an egg. I just try to seduce women into discovering something they want. Because if they don’t like it, they won’t wear it.” Peter Philips, Chanel’s creative director for makeup.
“I don’t understand. It was perfectly innocent. I just touch my cleavage once or something.” Madonna talks about commercial for her new perfume, Truth or Dare, which some TV stations in America refused to air.
“The seamstress that made the dress worked for three days and three nights on the dress, and after she finished, she was sick for three days. And you know, with the Oscars, you do the dress and you never know if they will wear it. I wanted so much for [Streep] to wear it, just for this woman that didn’t go to sleep for three days, and just put so much love into the dress.” Lanvin’s Alber Elbaz On the ecocertified dress that he designed for Meryl Streep to wear to the Oscars. Bless.