I've worn a dress at my wedding. I've worn 6-inch Louboutins. I've got no fear and no shame.
The way you dress or the car you drive or what you spend is to impress other people with how, I guess, successful and rich you are. But you're not, and you shouldn't, and who gives a damn what other people think anyway. So, that mentality, I think, is very destructive.
My favourite outfit was this black lace dress that I found in a vintage shop in Williamsburg, New York.
I don't feel like I have to dress up to go to the deli.
I was the kid growing up who would play with G.I. Joes in a pink dress and then run off to play with my Barbies. It doesn't mean that I'm less girly, it just means that I have this other side of me. It's kinda cool to be a little bit of both, I think.
I love shopping; I'm a jeans and a T-shirt kind of girl, but I go classy when I dress up - with a little bit of sexy.
I dress like a tomboy.
My mum used to always dress me and my sister in matching Laura Ashley dresses. And I'd be like, 'Mum, I just wanna wear my Doc Martens!'
I've never shown up to the set of 'SNL' or 'Girls' without having a million options for me to try on. They don't bat an eye at my body or how to dress me because they dress all kinds of bodies as costumers.
I know seeing bigger women looking great would have mattered to me when I was younger - that's why I try not to wear a black dress every day.
I want to feel like I can dance or party all night and not be worried about people stepping on my dress.
If I went to a regular job, if I was a secretary or something, I'd want to look good. I'd dress up for that part.
I met my best friend in a sandbox when I was three, and he would grow up to be gay and loved to dress in my clothing any chance he got.
Almost every collection I do has 200 different references. I don't have two of the same coat, two of the same dress. I have it in one color, in one fabric. I've tried to adapt the culture of couture, and the know-how and the heritage, but I try to update it.
I wanted to go out of fashion, to study medicine. I thought, you know, who needs fashion? How important is it if you wear a red dress and an orange jacket? It's not, really.
When I'm not working, I dress like a surfer. I look like I'm going to come into your house and clean your pool.
I like to dress pretty basic during the day, but with a sophisticated bohemian spin, and sometimes a little rock chic. At night I like to go glamorous.
Luxury means that you show the way you dress with eccentricity.
For premieres, you get designers offering to dress you for the evening, which is nice.
I come from a different era and I design clothes for our era. I think of people I want to dress when I design.