They said whaaat? Celebs best quotes.
“I love working with the costume designers on movies. You can visually represent the character through a dress or a bag or shoes. In Blue Jasmine, clothes illustrated my character’s demise. If I pair a Birkin bag with a knockoff sweater from Wal-Mart that looks like Chanel, I can subtly reveal the character, and I don’t have to play that emotions.” Cate Blanchett to w magazine
“The mink was old and it kept falling apart. Between takes, Sandy Powell, the costume designer, would sew it back together by hand. I considered changing coats, but when you find the right thing, you know immediately: That coat was the one to tell Carol’s story. It was perfect.” Cate Blanchett On showing her outfits in Carol.
“When I was younger I remember being told ‘no pain no gain’, but recently my willingness to wear something that makes me freezing cold or that I can’t walk in has changed. I want to feel fabulous and comfortable and sexy and strong and beautiful” Emma Watson to Porter magazine.
“I think I have to remain eternally oblivious to age. Honestly, when you put a number on it yourself, it’s just like, why? Why do that?” Mariah Carey, on her secret to staying um, er youthful.
“I know some of the most beautiful women on the planet-unequivocally, objectively friggin gorgeous – and they are rife with insecurity and self doubt, and you just think, ‘Well how can that?’ I’m attractive enough. I can do the work I want to do. I’ve found a wonderful man who wants to make out with me. I’m good.” Claire Danes to theedit.
“No one ever asks me out. I am lonely every Saturday night. Guys are so mean to me. I know where it’s coming from, I know they’re trying to establish dominance, but it hurts my feelings.” Jennifer Lawrence to Vogue.
“You look back, you think, well, this is actually kind of a good thing to talk about, introducing [the idea that] you could break up in a way where you remain a family, even if you’re not in a couple.” Gwyneth Paltrow, on conscious uncoupling.