Dress shabbily and they remember the dress; dress impeccably and they remember the woman.
I was a teenager with braces and into sporty dresses with bright colors and cut-outs. For awhile, I really experimented with what I wanted to do. Some really extreme things, I recall.
I'd love to design bridal dresses.
I love designing bridal. I do not follow trends - I design dresses that are relevant to the times.
When I say that I'm a businessperson and a dressmaker, it's the truth. I run a business, and I make dresses, I make blouses.
I love the '70s, I'm very into that right now. The long Chloe dresses, very Virgin Suicides.
I really like the Chloe Sevigny for Opening Ceremony collection - all of those kind of laser-cut leather dresses.
I wanted to be considered a good craftsman. I wanted my dresses to be constructed like buildings, molded to the curves of the female form, stylizing its shape.
My wife dresses to kill. She cooks the same way.
The novelty of corsets and dresses and hats very soon wears off.
I've worn dresses from all different price ranges, and the thing that couture dresses have in common is that the fit is amazing.
I love designing dresses and tops.
My dresses are for women of all different shapes and sizes. Actually, the one I tried on yesterday was the one Jennifer wore. And who'd have thought I'd be the same size as Jennifer Lopez!
When art dresses in worn-out material it is most easily recognized as art.
It's what I've trained for, from the first sketch to the fabric. Making dresses that are different from the usual style, and a lot of fun to wear.
I wear a lot of tight dresses, so I'm like, 'I need to do my sit-ups!'
The media dresses things up. There's a lot of inaccuracy.
In L.A., I did a lot of vintage flea market dresses and Doc Martens.
Dresses, I find, are impractical in social situations, but I enjoy wearing them a great deal on stage.
My clothes are an extension of my personality. I'd look awful in ladylike dresses.