“A little Bardot, a little Birkin…our new garden, we just replanted the terrace.” — Michael Kors on his resort collection.
“Within our over overall beauty plans, fragrance will play a leading role in driving revenue and raising brand awareness.” — Burberry’s Christopher Bailey.
“It’s about love. It captures a moment in time when one soul links to another.” — Vince Camuto on his new fragrance, Amore.
“Everyone I have given the book to has cried. My husband cried — I don’t know if that is good…It’s very honest.” — Diane von Furstenberg on her new book, “The Woman I Wanted to Be.”
“Back then, when I played in them, they were considered very high-tech. It was the first leather shoe ever made for tennis. Now they’re just lifestyle.” — Tennis (and sport shoe) legend, Stan Smith.
“[I wanted to] show some flesh and encourage women to be themselves. Fashion has been a little oppressive of late.” — Stella McCartney on looking at her mother’s wardrobe from the Seventies for her resort 2015 inspiration.
“This is the first book that made me dream, a box full of mystery which I had with me when I was a young boy in boarding school.” — Jean-Charles de Castelbajac on Le Petit Larousse.
“People magazine came out and said I’m a cross between Elizabeth Taylor, Kristen Stewart and Emma Stone. It’s mental. I think it was meant as a compliment.” — Actress Sarah Greene on her newfound fame.
“Each element was a process that took a lot of evaluation as to what’s been done before and what hasn’t been done before,” — Alexander Wang on his first fragrance for Balenciaga.
“California Chrome is the American people’s horse. It’s just crazy — suddenly overnight he’s like the star. A hundred million people know who California Chrome is and they’ve never even gone to the track or have seen him.” — Jockey Victor Espinoza.