Wear a smile and have friends; wear a scowl and have wrinkles.
In a meat-eating world, wearing leather for shoes and even clothes, the discussion of fur is childish.
I want everyone to wear what they want and mix it in their own way. That, to me, is what is modern.
Anything can break at any time.
My favorite thing is a black sweater and skirt, which you can wear all the time by changing the accessories.
I was a fashion addict by the time I was 11 years old. I'd wear a miniskirt and patent-leather boots.
I wear the same outfit or, at least, a different copy of it almost every day.
I wear heels, and it's not for a fashion statement - it's ammunition.
It sounds cliche, but I'm mostly androgynous in what I wear. I'll wear a lot of tomboy clothes but still dress glam if I have a red carpet event. It's a bit of a mix, but mostly androgynous.
While performing, I can't wear anything that I'm not going to be able to dance in or heels that don't have ankle support.
I'm not a computer guy. I'm like an anthropologist. I'm fascinated with people's obsessions. I've learned to wear them.
I'd rather wear jewels in my hair than anywhere else. The face should have the advantage of this brilliance.
I'm no editor, no artisan, no expert. And certainly no arbiter of what you should buy, wear, or eat.
I always have Giorgio Armani's Luminous Silk Foundation, Bobbi Brown's Jenna lipstick, and my Estee Lauder Double Wear Concealer.
Good suits don't come from anywhere, though - I mainly wear Armani, Louis Vuitton and Burberry.
When I get dressed, I do wear Armani.
Conceit is the finest armour a man can wear.
Drip is your attire, the clothes you wear.
But the suit I wear is my work attire, and nothing else.
I like to wear things that are daring but also not seem too avant-garde.