Famous for designing ready-to-wear, curve-hugging clothes so tight-fitting that catwalk models have to be squeezed into them by the designer's assistants, and for stretch-fabric, second-skin styles with complex seams and snaking zippers.
A woman is like an actress, she's always onstage. She has to look great to feel good. If she's going to wear clothes by a designer, ... then the clothes should make something happen, something unexpected. The dress has to be part of her, she has to feel it on her body. ... I prefer the woman to be seen rather than the outfit. Her head, her body, her hands -- the garment is there to cover her, to underline something, and make her beautiful.