“BareMinerals is launching a foundation in the serum form that is very different from other liquids on the market. If you need to use liquid and won’t use anything else, we finally have a solution for you,” — Bare Escentuals founder Leslie Blodgett.
“Much has been done. Now the factory inspections must be completed, compensation claims processed and the labor law implemented in full.” — ILO’s Gilbert Fossoun Houngbo.
“I’m not discounting the challenges but I see so many forces coming together in a constructive way that gives Bangladesh an opportunity — and I think they will seize it, although there are no guarantees in life, so we don’t know.” — Dan Mozena.
“Lee Alexander McQueen was brought up in London, studied here, and based his globally successful McQueen fashion brand here. By staging the exhibition at the V&A, it feels like we are bringing his work home.” — Martin Roth.
“He was into head-to-toe dressing, taking the church lady look from his southern upbringing and glamorizing her,” — Dilys Blum, Philadelphia Museum of Art curator, on the new exhibit, Patrick Kelly: Runway of Love.”
“We found some great real estate. The openings happened to be consecutive but we wanted to make a bold statement in Shanghai and build something that really reflected the totality of the brand.” — Christopher Bailey.
“You know, I’d never met him before. I think we have some kindred history and obviously a kindred relationship. And meeting our families, we were just joking about what it means to us. It was really warm.” — Bill de Blasio on meeting Robert De Niro.
“People say the difference between the Americans and the Europeans is that the Americans have the tax breaks and the Europeans don’t. That is not so.…” — Leonard Lauder.
“Our brand has so much history and so many prints. This collection gives a little taste of that back to the public — and this is a totally different price point.” — Carolina Herrera’s daughter Patricia Lansing