Saturday, December 16, 2017

Questions from Women in Clothes- Fashion Interactions


Question: What is the most transformative conversation you have ever had with someone on the subject of fashion?

I can't think of one. Most of my friends are interested in fashion at a very basic level. They like clothes Some of them enjoy shopping. One time a friend brought me a fashion magazine from her trip to Spain. She talked about the different colors and patterns she saw on the street. My personal interactions with fashion are through my customers when I host trunk shows. It's fun to see them try on things that they don't like on the hanger. I also hosted a couple clothing swaps which brought a diverse group of women together on the subject of fashion. I also watch a lot of fashion documentaries and read books about fashion. But a transformative conversation? No.


Clothing swap with friends


Question: Do you notice women on the street? If so, what do you notice? What sort do you admire? If not admiration, what is the feeling that a compelling woman on the street gives you?

I am always aware of people on the street- men and women. I notice how they dress, how they move, how they interact with others. I admire people who look pulled together. Like they thought about what to wear. I also look to see whether they check themselves out in mirrors or store windows. I notice good posture, body types, whether they wear clothes that emphasize their best features. The feeling I get when seeing them is reassuring. I like knowing that people care about their appearance. When traveling, I like taking pictures of people who catch my eye.



A gentleman in Buenos Aires getting his shoes shined

A good looking woman in Paris

Italian men take great pride in their appearance


Question: If there was one country, culture or era that you could choose to live in, what would it be?

Paris today. Parisians have a sense of style that I've not seen anywhere else. More emphasis on well made clothes, less on accessories and makeup.


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