I think that sexiness should be in the subtleties.
I did not have a van, or wear Birkenstocks and tie-dyes.
Every other day there's something - I'm dealing drugs, I'm starving people. I have never done a drug in my life.
When you look like you stepped out of a catalog, that's never good. People shouldn't succumb to trend, they should interpret trend.
We've had Audrey Hepburn, we've had Twiggy, we've had Veruschka, we've had Kate Moss. I'm trying to figure out why I am to blame for skinniness.
I've always been obsessed with style and glamor and if I want anyone to get anything out of my book, it's how we can all have them in our lives.
As far as I can remember, every dime I ever had went to something extravagant. I would rather spend more, buy fewer items and have them forever.
I don't think that people should wear dresses two sizes too small. I just think that sexiness is better left to the imagination. It's just more tasteful.
Truthfully, I've never seen myself as being too thin. Sometimes I'll look at photos and be like, 'Oh, that's not a good look.' But generally speaking, I'm not too thin.
Sexiness should not be overt. Something shapeless that drapes across your hip, hangs off the shoulder; something that cowls in the front, drapes low in the back, that's sexy.