I'm quite a tuxedo junkie, I collect them all year round.
So many people are following fashion now. It's become fashion-tainment.
Fashion is killing women's body image of themselves.
Food is everything. Food, friends, family: Those are the most important things in life.
Taking sartorial risks and not following other people is what makes you stand out.
Everybody wants to be a star right now, to be heard, to have a voice, so you have to give the confidence for people to have that ability - and give them the wardrobe to become a star.
The biggest thing politically within fashion is that the clothing should be displayed on different body shapes.
I don't believe in one ideal beauty.
I am totally unattached to material items.
I am a compulsive and concise shopper.
People who devote themselves to a life of style are admirable.
I have so many fashion mistakes, but that's part of being in fashion. I think the people that you see make the most mistakes are usually the best dressers.
There's not one major greatest influence on my career. It would be film and great artists and great imagineers - Jim Henson, Walt Disney, Charlie Chaplin, people who understand the joy of the imagination.
Listen, I'm not a rich kid. I'm a cultured kid; I'm very rich in culture.
New York ladies all look immaculate.
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