I believe in individuality, that everybody is special, and it's up to them to find that quality and let it live.
I go feminine, I go masculine. I am both, actually. I think the male side is a bit stronger in me, and I have to tone it down sometimes. I'm not like a normal woman, that's for sure.
Models are there to look like mannequins, not like real people. Art and illusion are supposed to be fantasy.
I don't like people who hide things. We're not perfect, we all have things that people might not like to see, and I like to show my faults.
I just go with the flow, I follow the yellow brick road. I don't know where it's going to lead me, but I follow it.
We're not perfect; we all have things that people might not like to see, and I like to show my faults.
I always thought that feminine, softer side was just too vulnerable to put out there, because then it's like you're opening up a door for everybody to come in, and you don't know who's going to come in that door.
I loved all those classic figures from the '30s and '40s... Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, Humphrey Bogart, Rita Hayworth. They had such glamour and style. I loved the movies of those times too - so much attention paid to details, lights, clothing, the way the studios would develop talent.
I don't collaborate. You're born alone, you die alone, you get on stage alone.
Everyone has to make their own decisions. I still believe in that. You just have to be able to accept the consequences without complaining.
Now when I enter a carriage, it almost empties. But there's always one brave enough to stay.
One creates oneself.
If people think I'm angry, I don't want to burst anybody's bubble. I like sometimes for people to be afraid of me. But it's not really anger; it's discipline.
I'm too vain, one of my biggest sins, but it saved me; I can see what excess does.
I was skinny as a rail and had high cheekbones and a very interesting face - or so I was told.
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