Quote of the day

Quote of the day: Mimma Viglezio

quote of the day from Lulu Editor mimma viglezio

“What the schools should also tell you is that it doesn’t matter if you don’t start with a name. There is too much ‘hunting’ of fame. People want to have their name out there, be in the press, and become rich. You know, it’s about learning. The best school in life would be for you to finish your course and get a paid job; I’m against long-term interning. People should be paid – even 20 grand a year – and work. Work next to these people you admire.”
Lula editor Mimma Viglezio, 1 Granary Magazine

Quote of the day: Dick Page

dick page and Kate Moss by Bruce Weber

“Anyone who does shows just knows there’s a raft of the cliché questions or directions you’ll get, and a big part of the training is how not to be a bastard about it. But if I had a penny for every time I heard ‘You know—like she did it herself…'”
Lol at make-up artist Dick Page telling it like it is on Into The Gloss

IMAGE: Bruce Weber

Quote of the day: Alessandro Michele

Gucci Cruise 2016 campaign

“If the industry stopped thinking that fashion is just a product, that would be much better. Because that’s something that has happened in the past 10 years…and it can destroy fashion.”
Gucci’s Alessandro Michele, The South China Morning Post

Quote of the day: Christophe Lemaire

Christophe lemaire on the everyday uniform

“If you can step away from the system of changing a collection every six months, you realize that you do not want to change your wardrobe every season, you just want to build your wardrobe. If you notice someone really elegant, you will notice that there is a kind of uniformity, a kind of stability. I think stylish people know themselves, they know how to dress, they know what suits them, their body — and what makes them feel confident. That’s not changing every six months — that’s just absurd.”
Christophe Lemaire, New York Times T Magazine