Quote of the day: selfie sticks

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“It’s no longer just the vain teenager who wants to do the duck-face picture.”
Noah Rasheta, chief exec of iStablizer, on the selfie stick craze, New York Times

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Quote of the day: Ben Kirchhoff

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“The way the industry works, you’re driven to do all these grandiose shows, all these things that are incredibly expensive. And then one day, the sponsorship runs out. You’re on your own.”
Ben Kirchhoff, Style.com

Quote of the day: Jaime King

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“There is something very intimate about shooting on film, it’s just between you and the photographer. Now, everything is like ‘Oh, we’ll fix it in post!’ I fucking hate those words. I just want to be like, ‘Why don’t you fix it now and get it right?!’ ”
I hear ya Jaime King, Into The Gloss

Quote of the day: Raf Simons on fast tech

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“I have a huge disinterest in technologies that accelerate cultural speed. Immediately, they make me uncomfortable. But I’m fascinated by what society is becoming, and its evolution. I am watching the behaviour more than the thing itself…I am more interested in mystique and romance, what’s difficult to find, aesthetics that are not in your face. There are things you immediately know are surface, and other things the opposite, and I’m more interested in the opposite. When you find everything so easily, you don’t look deeply anymore and you don’t investigate anymore. And you get bored.”
Raf Simons, Style.com

Quote of the day: Suzy Menkes on fashion’s merry-go-round

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“In my heart, I would wish for young designers not to get hooked on this fascinating but dangerous game. There may be an instant buzz, but I think that a long and steady read – for example, as for Alber Elbaz at Lanvin – is the way to lasting fashion happiness.”
Suzy Menkes said it best. As Frida Giannini vacates Gucci, Menkes laments the fashion merry-go-round, Vogue.com

Quote of the day: Graydon Carter

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“It’s like heroin. You get on Twitter, and then you are dispensing advice about face cream to 500 followers, and the next thing you know you are a lifestyle guru.”
Graydon Carter in the New York Times on Goop and the actress-content-creator phenomenon

Quote of the day: Ronojoy Dam

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“My ma used to give me a box of sterilised safety pins to put through my ear, bless her; this Bengali woman in her late fifties in her sari helping me out with my punk homage.”
Ronojoy Dam, Another Magazine

If you buy one book this year, make it WHAT WE WORE, Nina Manandhar’s brilliant visual compilation of youth culture through the years with first class first-person storytelling throughout.

Quote of the day: Helen Mirren

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“I am not gorgeous, I never was, but I was always OK-looking and I’m keen to stay that way…I hope I can inspire other women towards greater confidence by making the most of their natural good looks. We are all worth it!”
Helen Mirren quoted in The Guardian, in an excellent piece by Alyson Walsh (AKA That’s Not My Age) on older women in beauty advertising

Quote of the day: Thomas Maier

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“I think nobody needs another fashion show. I think all of you sit in so many fashion shows that you can’t take it anymore at the end of the season. And you have to look at so much crap, too, that you probably don’t even want to see.”

Always good to hear what Thomas Maier has to say. Here he shares his thoughts on everyday design, fashion show fatigue and the intersection of physical and digital in retail. Via Style.com.

Quote of the day: Alex Katz

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“I like generic. I get a pair [of Levi’s 501s] every year and that’s about it. I’ve paid to have suits made, and it was incredibly expensive and then I never wear them. My wife and I were nominated for some best-dressed award in Europe and they asked, ‘What’s your favorite jacket?’ I told them it was red nylon from L.L. Bean, and that was the last I heard of that!”
Alex Katz, T Magazine

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