Stylish quote

15/02/2012

Behati Prinsloo in Vogue Turkey February 2011 (photography: Mariano Vivanco, styling: Mary Fellowes)
"Fashioned could be more relevant. It needs to be understood rather than just consumed."

Stefano Pilati

Photo source: Behati Prinsloo in Vogue Turkey February 2011 (photography: Mariano Vivanco, styling: Mary Fellowes)

19 comments:

  1. Unfortunately we're facing a different reality nowadays. xo

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    1. Yep, this is the exact reason why I chose this quote for today... xxx

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  2. I love the editorial published in Vogue Turkey last year, I also used this photo because that electric blue is amazing and how can we describe women than "always looking into a mirror, either a true mirror or a shop window" :)))Unfortunately, there are a lot of women just consuming and not having a style of their own! ;( Have a nice Wednesday, Little Rus! :*

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  3. love this pic!!! on the way to party stoping to window shop :)

    love K

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  4. Very interesting! :)
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  5. I agree, the interest of the majority in the definition of fashion is hard to find.

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  6. Love this quote, and so perfect after just stopping by to read Ada's post on Adrian! Hope you had a lovely valentine's day!

    xo Mary Jo

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  7. Love this quote and so perfect after just reading Ada's post on Adrian!

    xo Mary Jo

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    1. I loved that post, too, Mary Jo. Ada always chooses wonderful books and stories. x

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  8. This quote is so true. And i love your Stylish Quote posts!

    Red x

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  9. This pic is simply gorgeous!!! Love it:)

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  10. Absoutley. We do consume a lot of it. So a slower approach may lead to more understanding. Xxxx

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  11. great photo, dying over this girls style!
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  12. Now that's a consoling quote: I might never have the means to "consume" YSL for instance, but at least I'm intelligent enough to try and "understand fashion"!

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