Stylish quote

02/04/2014

Jeisa Chiminazzo wearing Haider Ackermann, Gucci, Wunderkind & Tsesay in Rebel Chic editorial, Harper's Bazaar UK November 2008 (photography: Alexei Hay, styling: Alison Edmond)
"With the internet, everybody's got an opinion and everybody's free to say whatever they want. I'm sorry - no. Some people have knowledge of what they're talking about, but when people  just put their comments out there, I find it difficult. What do you hope to express by saying "I didn't like this show"? It's not that easy to judge things."

Haider Ackermann
...read the full story in the Spring 2014 issue of i-D

Photo source: Jeisa Chiminazzo wearing Haider Ackermann, Gucci, Wunderkind & Tsesay in Rebel Chic editorial, Harper's Bazaar UK November 2008 (photography: Alexei Hay, styling: Alison Edmond)

26 comments:

  1. Excellent point Natalia! Totally agree with this quote.

    Emma | Fluff and Fripperies

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  2. I love him even more for this quote. Just because your mouth talks, it doesn't mean you have something to say.

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  3. I agree with it, words have to be justify when you express a comment. It could be also applied for blog comments :) Have a nice day Natalia! xo

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  4. Love the pic! Inspiring! xx

    http://thefashionbrook.blogspot.com.es

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  5. this seem very deep thinking haha, let me ponder on our freedom to portray ourselves

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  6. Haha it's not just with the internet. People always judge things!

    xx Mira

    www.glamdevils.com

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  7. Nice pic and post!
    Kisses
    http://www.milanotime.net

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  8. Yes, it's true, the Internet made ​​it possible not only freedom of expression but also an opportunity not to be responsible for what was said.
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  9. Wonderful, very true statement. And gorgeous photo!

    xx

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  10. I love your post,kisses.
    http://www.fashionismylifebyestefania.com/

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  11. Haha, I love this quote because it definitely separates the amateurs from the professionals. I studied fashion marketing and I still don't claim to know much about the topic because there is still so much to learn. Thank you greatly for your last comment.

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  12. so true! I firmly believe that one should pause and be sure they understand before speaking. Also, I think silence is so much better than negative ranting!
    XO, Gina

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  13. I actually find this quote quite difficult. The close-minded point of view irks me. Everyone starts somewhere, whether they started before the internet age or after. Simply because Haider Ackermann now has the knowledge to speak about fashion does not mean he always did - he simply didn't have a place to document his thoughts when he was younger and they were more unformed. I could write a dissertation on this topic, but suffice it to say that this week, I disagree :)
    xox,
    Cee

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  14. Tell me about it! I've come to get anxious after reading some FB angry status. Never mind about twitter :-)
    Love,
    Coco et La vie en rose
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    Coco et La vie en rose on Facebook

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  15. I like the layering in the outfit above. Yes, the internet, (especially with social media) makes it easy for anyone to just give their two-cents even when it is generalised or unwarranted.

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  16. great post! :)
    you've got a lovely blog!
    would you love to follow each other? we could follow via GFC or via email or G+ and also on another socials like twitter instagram or lookbook
    bloglovin

    just let me know on my blog :)

    xoxo
    Cecilia

    smiles' avenue

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  17. Some people know what they are talking about and others, even if they don't have the same knowledge, are however able to judge, whether they like something or not. At the end of the day it's the masses, the buyers that will determine the success of a product, not necessarily the experts.

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  18. Great Style.

    Lots of Love.
    www.NataliaBosch.com

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  19. It does feel like everybody is a critic...

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  20. Oh my gosh, this is all soooo true. Half of the things I read on the internet, I think to myself, "SERIOUSLY?!?!" I especially feel this way in regards to people who leave really negative comments on things. Sometimes I think people just like to whine and make others feel bad. I agree with this quote whole heartedly!

    xox,
    anna-lamode.blogspot.com

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  21. so true!! love this quote. everyone thinks he/she is an expert. that comes with time, skill, studying the craft, etc.

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  22. Ох, я на все то и даже двести процентов согласна с этим высказыванием. На просторах интернета, впрочем как и в реальной жизни, никто не может претендовать на объективность без целого арсенала знаний, доводов по тому или иному вопросу. И даже самые мудрые люди мира сего вполне могут ошибаться.

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  23. awesome quote! I totally agree opinion means opinion and you are supposed to have point of view and arguments. In fashion it sometimes goes with the emotions (e.i. 'I can't actually explain why it is so but I didn't like the show, it made me feel uncomfortable and I wouldn't style any of those items'). thanks for sharing

    Lyosha
    Inside and Outside Blog
    P.S. I might be out of theme but I loved what you are doing I agree with a lot so.. would you like to follow each other?

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  24. everyone does have an opinion! no matter how right, wrong or what-not... there will always be someone to agree with that person and disagree. LOL
    http://www.averysweetblog.com/

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