When things happen - you ask yourself why today, why not tomorrow, why not yesterday? That's the most amazing thing about time.
Anyone can wear any color. The question is about finding the right shade. There is a momentary trend to dark colors because when the financials are not that great, people go for black, navy and grey.
My wife and I have a tradition of popcorn and videos with our kids on Friday evenings.
If I'm going to do something, I'm going to do it well. That's just my character, that's just the way it is with me.
If you're a designer, there's got to be some films that you've seen that have inspired you creatively. There's no escaping that.
Film has always been a really good tool for me to communicate emotion about why I create a collection. I'm probably one of the first designers to make short films.
When I started, department stores were either very fashion, or very tailored, so the two never mixed. I mixed it, and they said you're too tailored for fashion and too fashion for tailoring. So I had to move the market. So that's what I did.
Because I'm a designer, I'm quite good when I shop. I know what I'm looking for.
Film is such a very good tool for communicating emotions, and all designers and creative people look to inspire an emotional response.
I haven't been to a job interview since I was 16 years old. When I was approached by Givenchy it was more like a courtship.
I'm not into street clothes. Don't understand it. I don't understand those over-exaggerated jean sizes so they hang off your back... I just don't understand it.
In Los Angeles, I'm always in Fred Segal. It's become a ritual. I have lunch and then buy lots of things I don't need. Usually tons of clothes for the kids that they grow out of in 10 seconds.
Shirt collars are very important to me. Putting a very soft shirt collar with a formal suit doesn't work for me at all.
I have my fashion empire to build.
I love Coco de Mer.
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