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The clothes chosen for me as a child had a strong element of the Pre-Raphaelite, muted greens and ivories, dusty rose, what seems in retrospect an eccentric amount of black.
I like to delude myself that I'm in the old-Hollywood mode. I just tailor my clothes well and try to keep my skin clear. While it would be great to work out an hour a day, there is something inherently sort of selfish about it. I can't do it.
I'm really quite conscious of clothes and the way they fit and don't regret wearing anything. Not even the five-inch stack heels I wore with three-button high-waisters at comprehensive school. Regret is for wimps.
I love clothes, but really I don't have that much to say about skirts. Before I was writing, I went to fashion shows only when the designer was a good friend and I was there to show support.
I make clothes; women make fashion.
I do enjoy fashion - a lot of runway clothes are pretty unwearable, but if moderated, the trends can be worn by just about anyone.
I like to wear beautiful clothes, but I don't have that many.
The object of man's worship, whatever it be, will naturally be his standard of perfection. He clothes it with every attribute, belonging, in his view, to a perfect character; and this character he himself endeavors to attain.
I once knew a chap who had a system of just hanging the baby on the clothes line to dry and he was greatly admired by his fellow citizens for having discovered a wonderful innovation on changing a diaper.
Paris is a danger for people like me. We spend our rent money in Paris on clothes.
The first duty of government is to see that people have food, fuel, and clothes. The second, that they have means of moral and intellectual education.
I'm not interested in clothes; I just like them.
I used to do my own taxes. You know how you buy that gigantic sheet at Staples, add up the restaurants, clothes, and taxis and glue your receipts into the book month by month? The more money I made, the more complicated things got.
I'm a bit of a clothes hoarder, admittedly.
Of course I want to look good in clothes. And it never makes me feel good when somebody who has an insane figure tells me, 'I eat whatever I want.'
I really see myself continuing to design clothes, fragrances.
On TV people look at your hair and then they look at your skin, and then they look at your clothes, and by the time they're listening to what you're saying, you're off the screen.
I think I look better in darker clothes. And maybe the fact that I wear black so much makes me more aware of putting people at ease.
There we were in the middle of a sexual revolution wearing clothes that guaranteed we wouldn't get laid.
I think the important part is picking clothes that are flattering to your figure, and obviously I want a big say in what I was going to wear, 'cause it's still me that's out there.
I like the discipline of well-cut, impeccable clothes. I think it's a very healthy discipline.
I don't weigh myself - it's all about how I feel in my clothes.
A designer is only as good as the star who wears her clothes.
I still like my antique clothes.
I think it is a good thing to buy less and choose well - it's good for the environment and to be fair it's also good for me because my clothes are quite expensive.
John F. Kennedy
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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