I liked masculine fabrics: Prince of Wales checks, city pinstripes, and flannels - worn with black tights, flattish shoes.
As a child, I used to spend nearly all my summer holidays with my aunt in Wales, and we used to catch mackerel in a boat and then cook them on board.
Good taste is death; vulgarity is life.
One thing I longed to do was to design a complete look, from head to toe, so I started a make-up line in 1966.
In America, they never make anything without first having a market survey to ask the public what they want. People only ask for things they already know about, so you don't get anything new that way. That's why American fashion is stuck.
I didn't get fat even when I was pregnant. You have to work very hard at staying slim, and it's a bore. But it's worth it.