1950s “I don’t want to dress up a picture with just my face.” — Grace Kelly, actor and Princess of Monaco.
1960s“Sex is a bad thing because it rumples the clothes.” — Jackie Kennedy, First Lady.
1970sIn the early 70s, I had shoulderlength hair, bell-bottom pants, love beads and shirts that laced up at the front. But then I smartened up.” — Tom Ford, American fashion designer.
1980s“I didn’t like the 80s at all; it was a vulgar moment of fashion.” — Valentino Garavani, Italian fashion designer.
1990s“Fashion was in a crisis up until the mid-90s and, when it came out of the crisis, it was a very different place. It was a place that nurtured and cultivated young entrepreneurial designers.” — Tim Gunn, fashion consultant, Project Runway
2000s“I like my money right where I can see it — hanging in my closet.” — Carrie Bradshaw, fictional star of Sex and the City, seaon six, episode 75.
2010s“I have an image of what a British gentleman looks like, and that image finds real expression in Prince Charles. He is beyond fashion — he is an archetype of style.” — Donatella Versace, fashion designer