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Quote of the day: Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham quote

“Money’s the cheapest thing. Liberty and freedom is the most expensive.”
There are lots of tributes to Bill Cunningham flying around right now, including this one in the New York Times*. If you’ve never seen the film, now would be a good time to do so.

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IMAGE: New York Times
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Quote of the day: Adrian Joffe on ‘see now, buy now’

Comme des Garcon's Adrian Joffe by Thomas Lohr
“I’m not at all excited. It’s an unimaginative marketing idea that will, if anything, kill off retail even quicker. It smacks a bit of totalitarianism. I feel it takes away the freedom of the buyer and herds the consumer even more into what is supposed to be hot and enforces the idea that instantaneousness is the new paradise. Individuality and choice are reduced. Where is the suspense, the patience, the surprise, the happy accidents? Where is the art, where is the risk, and where is the space for creation to flourish in the see-now-buy-now mind-set?”
Adrian Joffe nails it, Vogue

IMAGE: Thomas Lohr

Quote of the day: Bob Colacello

The business of being an influencer

“If everybody’s promoting themselves and everybody has two million hits or followers… it’s like if everybody’s famous then nobody’s famous. All of these selfies, where are they going to go? Where are they all going to end up?”
Bob Colacello in WWD’s article on the Business of Being an It Girl

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IMAGE:  WWD
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Quote of the day: Karley Sciortino

Karley Sciortino on how to write

“Once all these pieces are in place, then I can start writing. And by ‘start writing’ I mean that I can start staring at a Google Docs page, occasionally writing a few sentences, but mostly just pacing back and forth across my apartment, biting my nails, making tea, checking my phone, feeling bad about checking my phone, turning my phone off, writing a few more sentences, turning my phone back on. And so on.”
Karley Sciortino, Apartamento. Thank god it’s not just me…