“When I arrived, I was so jet-lagged that I fell asleep during the massage, looked out the window and thought that I was in Hong Kong and they changed the skyline. But then I saw the tower and I said: ‘No we’re in Shanghai.’” — Michael Kors.
“Who doesn’t want to have equity, especially at a company that is in its beginning stages?” — Jennifer Aniston at WWD’s Beauty CEO Summit on her role overseeing hair-care brand development for the hair products company Living Proof.
“…it’s much easier to do something like this with someone you know so well and that you’re intimate with in real life, but on the other hand, it’s also funny to be intimate with your life partner and have people around.” — Christy Turlington Burns.
“This marks the beginning of the implementation of our social media strategy for Isaac….We want our Isaac Mizrahi customer to experience one brand in all the channels, with one consistent experience.” — Robert D’Loren.
“She lives in Nepal so we’re separated by thousands of miles, but always find time to speak daily. I like to think I honor Mother’s Day every day of the year.” — Prabal Gurung on celebrating Mother’s Day.
What my mom wants from me for Mother’s Day: To visit her. — Thom Browne on Mother’s Day
“It’s not so great on one hand that traffic is down, but on the other hand, it’s a pretty good sign that those who are making it into stores are spending more across all regions of the country.” — Chitra Balasubramanian.
“You have the tech companies getting into retail, the retail companies getting into tech and you’re starting to see a convergence.” — Deborah Weinswig.
“Jewelry is more than a luxury; it’s a work of art.” — Judith Price, president of the National Jewelry Institute.
“One of the things we see in the beauty industry is that trends come, but not everyone survives.” — Peter Lichtenthal.