Fashion

  • Trendy is the last stage before tacky.


    Fashion, Passé, Style

  • Her frocks are built in Paris but she wears them with a strong English accent.


    Fashion, Style

  • Haute couture is like an orchestra, for which only Balenciaga is the conductor. The rest of us are just musicians, following the directions he gives us.


    Fashion, Inspiration, Style

  • Arraigned in what she distinctly calls 'dress', scented, adorned, displayed, she achieves by artifice a sexual differentiation prfounder than any other vertebrate animal.


    Fashion, Style, Women

  • The contemporary woman pro of fashion, who sets the tone of accidental intercourse, is a stimulant rather than a companion of man.


    Attraction, Fashion, Women

  • Some people are born with a sense of how to clothe themselves, others acquire it, others look as if their clothes had been thrust upon them.


    Dress, Fashion, Style

  • You will have noticed how seldom a dressy woman knows how to dress


    Dress, Fashion, Style

  • A seersucker suit is one of the most iconic styles dating from the 1920s and is still a gentleman's best bet when it's hot and sticky.


    Fashion

  • Fashion is not style. Nay, we can say more: Fashion is instead of style. Style is an idiom springing spontaneously from the personality, but deliberately maintained. If you have no personality, you may be able to save your face and, possibly, your entire anatomy by following the current fashion, but all we shall know.


    Fashion

  • Fashion is a way of not having to decide who you are. Style is deciding who you are and being able to perpetuate it.


    Fashion

  • Fashion is what you adopt when you don't know who you are.


    Fashion

  • I wish I had invented blue jeans.


    Fashion

  • Elizabeth Taylor is wearing Orson Welles designer jeans.


    Fashion

  • Fashions of thought, as well as the fortunes of the world, come round on the whirligig of time.


    Fashion

  • Most things are praised or decried because it is fashionable to praise or decry them.


    Fashion

  • I like to dress egos. If you haven’t got an ego today you can forget it.


    Fashion

  • If Botticelli were alive today he’d be working for Vogue.


    Fashion

  • Her frocks are built in Paris, but she wears them with a strong English accent.


    Fashion

  • His socks compelled one’s attention without losing one’s respect.


    Fashion

  • She made her look like a lampshade in a curry house.
    [on Carole Caplin dressing Mrs Putin on a State visit]


    Fashion

  • A woman’s dress should be like a barbed wire fence; serving its purpose without obstructing the view.


    Fashion