“Fashion, like cinema, is a business of injustice. You succeed for other mysterious reasons. It’s not about fairness. It’s just a horrible fact of life. My business plan has always been to work more than the others, to prove their uselessness.”—Karl Lagerfeld
A little boy sat on the curb in front of his home while his parents, neighbors and police officers surveyed the damage. The boy had crashed the family car into the garage and damaged a fire hydrant which flooded the street before fire fighters were able to turn it off. I asked the little boy why he did it.
"If I get in big trouble now, I won’t get in big trouble later when I grow up."