I don't believe in naming clients to get press. I hated it when I was a couture client. If the dresses don't sell themselves, there is something wrong.
Couture has copied my things for years, in addition to countless other costume designers, claiming theirs were the original ideas. It's all part of the business, unfortunately.
I think the golden age of couture had some of the most incredible customers: women like Nan Kempner and all the icons.
I love the 2000s because everyone started to love haute couture.
I have a very haute couture way of working.
Yeah, that's what I'm working for. The couture house of the future.
It's nice to have someone write a couture character for you.
I did that Dior Couture 60th anniversary show in July. It took so long to get ready, I think I would have rather been watching.
Dior Couture is like art - they are the art pieces of a fashion house. Each piece is unique and made by hand.
I always used to love couture because it was more theatrical than the runways. The runways always felt more like part of the machine.
Couture gowns are like gremlins; you can't expose them to bright light or get them wet.
I love the idea of couture and its emphasis on creation. There's where I made my name - in design - and there's where I'd like to stay.
I love fashion. I love couture. I'm going to erect a shelf in my bedroom with an art light to be the spot for the shoes of the month. I want them to serve another purpose.
I really love Juicy Couture - it's young and fresh.
When I was 18, my mum gave me all the clothes she'd had made at the famous haute couture fashion label, House of Worth, in Paris. Of course, I eventually trashed them all.
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