What you wear is how you present yourself to the world, especially today, when human contacts are so quick. Fashion is instant language.
Fashion fosters cliches of beauty, but I want to tear them apart.
I always loved aesthetics. Not particularly fashion, but an idea of beauty.
Fashion is instant language.
It's horrible when people are only interested in buying labels, because it doesn't bring them the happiness they think it will.
When I design and wonder what the point is, I think of someone having a bad time in their life. Maybe they are sad and they wake up and put on something I have made and it makes them feel just a bit better. So, in that sense, fashion is a little help in the life of a person. But only a little.
I don't believe in people who think that clothes are not important.
We, as designers, have a job with so many possibilities and connections. We are connected to so many different portals, from art to movies to music to design. Fashion is always evolving. Actually, the field is huge. I don't think there is another profession that is so open to so many possibilities.
I think more and more, if you live in the current world - and live internationally - it's all a mix of interests, and the same people who are interested in fashion are also interested in movies, art, and culture.
The fashion world is very active and generous, despite the fact that it is not very well respected - or at least not as much as it should be.
Fashion is an instant language.
For me, it's important to anticipate where fashion is heading.
I’ve never wanted to be called an artist. The term itself seems old-fashioned. It’s a term that does not relate to modern times. And it’s too confining. What I love about fashion is its accessibility and its democracy. Everyone wears it, and everyone relates to it.
What you wear represents you to the world, especially now, when communication between people is so fast. Fashion is a universal language that everyone understands.
Now, I'm not saying I'm fashionable, but there are sociological interests that matter to me, things that are theoretical, political, intellectual and also concerned with vanity and beauty that we all think about but that I try to mix up and translate into fashion.
If I have done anything, it is to make ugly appealing. In fact, most of my work is concerned with destroying—or at least deconstructing—conventional ideas of beauty, of the generic appeal of the beautiful, glamorous, bourgeois woman. Fashion fosters clichés of beauty, but I want to tear them apart.
I realized that so many clever people respect fashion so much.
Women often don't want to admit that they like fashion. And yet fashion enthralls everyone, from the taxi driver to the mega-intellectual. I have often asked myself why this is. I don't know the answer.
I love clothes. Maybe I can say I don't love fashion, but I love clothes completely.
I'm not interested in how people dress. Of course, I recognize if somebody's elegant. But fashion doesn't interest me.
I was a feminist in the Sixties, and can you imagine? The worst thing I could have done was to be in fashion. It was the most uncomfortable position.
Fashion is a little help in the life of a person. But very little. After all, if you have a serious drama, who cares about the clothes?
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