This is what I like about being a designer: You can't really get it until you see it.
You're not working with models, you're working with real women who have, like, anatomy. Models do not have anatomy.
If you try to have a fashion show with Bach fugues and John Coltrane, it doesn't really work.
All I want are high heels, high heels. If I was a girl, I'd wear a lot of high heels. High, stiletto heels.
I'm so involved in melancholy.
In Paris, it used to feel like you were living in a museum. As beautiful as it was, it's still limited. But here you have just everything.
Sometimes I'm really dressed up, and it really turns me on.
The more relaxed you can get, the better you'll do.
I'd love to talk to Joaquin Phoenix because he's a very private guy. Also, he's creating a new kind of sexy leading man. To me, his face is new and might be legendary someday.
Either it works or it doesn't.
Half the time I don't even think about it, I just throw something on because I'm so late or so busy.
I don't like people to feel completely described by the clothes they wear of mine. I want them to feel that they're describing themselves.
I'd love to talk to Angelina Jolie. On my show I would love her because she's a mysterious, mysterious figure.
Even though I grew up as a Sephardic Jew in Brooklyn where we ate Syrian food and went to temple, it was still America.
How do I do it? I don't know how I wouldn't do it - that's the thing.
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