20 Beauty Hacks That Will Change the Way You Apply Makeup

16:17 26/09
It was my ambition to understand the world I live in. I get ideas about what’s essential when packing my suitcase.

We have got to change our ethics and our financial system and our whole way of understanding the world. It has to be a world in which people live rather than die a sustainable world.

ATTITUDE IS EVERYTHING. IT’S REALLY EASY TO GET COLORS RIGHT.

Age and size are only numbers. It’s the attitude you bring to clothes that make the difference. Everything I do is a matter of heart, body and soul.

I still appreciate individuality. Style is much more interesting than fashion, really.

  • It’s really hard to get black – and neutrals – right.- You have a more interesting life if you wear impressive clothes.
  • In a meat-eating world, wearing leather for shoes and clothes and even handbags, the discussion of fur is childish.
  • Black is certainly a color but it’s also an illusion. Age is something only in your head or a stereotype. Age means nothing when you are passionate about something.

It was my ambition to understand the world I live in. I get ideas about what’s essential when packing my suitcase. Elegance isn’t solely defined by what you wear. It’s how you carry yourself, how you speak, what you read. I think it’s an old fashioned notion that fashion needs to be exclusive to be fashionable. I am no longer concerned with sensation and innovation, but with the perfection of my style.

 I always thought what you wore underneath was as important as what you wear on top.

The important thing is to take your time and not get stressed. I’m an accomplice to helping women get what they want. I am no longer concerned with sensation and innovation, but with the perfection of my style. It’s a philosophy of life. A practice. If you do this, something will change, what will change is that you will change, your life will change, and if you can change you, you can perhaps change the world.

Beauty is perfect in its imperfections, so you just have to go with the imperfections. War taught me that not everything is glamorous. I didn’t want to be a fashion designer, and for a good half of my career I didn’t like it. I always wanted to do other things.