Yeah, that's what I'm working for. The couture house of the future.
What about David Bowie? He's a sexy creature.
I don't love dolls. I love women. I love their bodies.
What you're paying for is technique. And the opportunity to look truly wicked. Isn't it worth it as long as you look wicked and feel good?
There's room for the Gap, but the joy of dressing is an art.
The problem is with men. I know I shouldn't say this, but they've shrouded and hidden women to hide their incompetence.
I'm an accomplice to helping women get what they want.
I love New York. But the energy is so intense.
But I'm not an artist. Maybe an artist with a small a.
Women are women, and hurray for that.
Men don't want another man to look at their woman because they don't know how to handle it.
Dressing up. People just don't do it anymore. We have to change that.
But I'm going to be a real good boy and take it day by day and try to concentrate on what's most important to me, and that's offering women a service.
Sure, I'd like to be like the House of Chanel.
My dresses are very reasonably priced, for dresses that are cut on the body.
I don't care about money. I really don't care. I just want to do what I do.