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Fashion as Folly? Not so fast.

I’ve been following a few blogs of designers lately. My brain says to tune out the idea of fashion, but my instincts somehow draw me towards it. I think it has a heart in the art, after all. Here are some interesting quotes from Karl Lagerfeld on Twitter, who says,

Guilty feelings about clothes are totally unnecessary. A lot of people earn their living by making clothes, so you should never feel bad.”

He also says this:

“I’m open to everything. When you start to criticize the times you live in, your time is over.”

“The most important thing is to do things. Not to have done them.”

2 Responses to “Fashion as Folly? Not so fast.”

  1. roger hartsell Says:

    Clothing is a uniquely human phenomenon.
    fashion/function/fun/adorne-ment/survival/economy/vanity/seduction/identification/recognition/being human
    you wear it well
    clothes make the man
    all dressed up and no where to go

  2. phyllisdiehl Says:

    i got to see you 2 weeks ago…..and your more beautiful then ever, was it the clothes? the hair? don’t know but i got the most beautiful daughter-in-law. i love you in jeans, i love you in vintage, i love you in shiny, i love you!!

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