“I’m not selling celebrity, I’m selling fashion. We’ve graduated at this point. We own fashion-tainment. I don’t want to run from who I am.” — Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs on his menswear brand.
“I took a photo in my library and I was listening to a song on my iPhone and I couldn’t understand why the two couldn’t be together. It’s a powerful connector.” — Justin Cooke.
“We just felt it was really time for us to do a significant event that focused on the women’s universe here in New York. We always felt that the U.S. holds a lot more potential than we’ve experienced as of yet.” — Robert B. Chavez of Hermès USA.
“When I go into the stores, I pet the saddles. Until security comes and takes me away.” — Jodi Foster at the Hermès’ “All About Women” event.
“Raf is very successful with Italians, they like modernity, with a couture spirit, and thanks to Raf, we are having a strong impact in Italy,” — Christian Dior ceo Sidney Toledano on opening a boutique in Florence.
“I’m so happy to be chosen by Mr. Armani to be his ambassador for Armani Junior. I felt the same excitement when I got cast for a major film. Me? Wow,” — actress Quvenzhané Wallis on being chosen as the face of his Armani Junior fall ad campaign.
“She got me from behind, knocked me down and I hit the sidewalk.” — swimmer Ryan Lochte, during a visit at Macy’s Herald Square, recalling how he was injured after being tackled by a fan in November.