There is one Metallica. We have many styles, it's called Metallica.
I've always found it necessity to strip away everything but the most fundamental ways to work - the rest is style.
It's important to find what really suits who you are, because style isn't only what you wear, it's what you project.
Sometimes you see women that don't realize that age is changing your style, and they don't change.
British and American women have very different styles and a different way of living.
No, there's not much competition between puppeteers in general because everybody's working their own style.
I try not to get trapped in any one musical or visual style at all.
I totally changed my life, changed my lifestyle.
I like individuality in fashion - it annoys me when celebrities put on a bodycon dress and a pair of high heels and suddenly they are 'style icons.'
I think we all choose our style from the ether and whatever is out there.
Americans are gathering the courage to just say no. We are saying no to addictive consumer lifestyles. We are saying no to wars and corporate takeover and the IMF loans that gobble up people and their resources.
Porridge and the urban lifestyle don't mix well.
I look up to Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn and old styles. You will never see me in a crop top and hot pants - I'm more into dresses.
For me, style is about how you feel that day and what inspires you, as well as taking chances and making mistakes. Everything has to be comfortable. If things are too tight or too constricting, I feel out of my element.
I thought, 'A biennial needs artists. I'm going to do an international biennial; I need artists from all around the world.' So what I did was I invented a hundred artists from around the world. I figured out their bios, their passions in life and their art styles, and I started making their work.
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