“My generation broke out in the Sixties. One of the great battle cries of the Sixties was girls wearing jeans. If I could capture that Baby Boomer audience, there’s a million golden memories in every pant leg.” — Diane Gilman.
“Today, the celebrities have changed. They’re more aware of the cameras. I like stars being themselves instead of posing where you get a phony expression. I keep my distance.” — photographer Ron Galella.
“Buyers have been [somewhat positive] for the last few years, but people are now really responding to the reality that business is moving forward. Each year, we look back and think, ‘We did all right’ but yet it’s as if we can’t believe it.” — Greg Kwiat
“Deciding to work with Belstaff was the easiest decision to make, as I already have a few vintage Belstaff classic jackets in my wardrobe.” — David Beckham on his capsule collection for Belstaff.
“It’s one of those really magical gardens in New York City. You don’t imagine it’s here in the middle of the city.” — Liya Kebede attending the Stella McCartney resort presentation at the Elizabeth Street Garden in Manhattan’s Little Italy.
“You get these phone calls from Steven a couple of times a year and he usually prefaces it ‘You’re going to say no,’ but I sort of surprised him and instinctually and immediately jumped on it.” — Scott Sternberg