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Michael Kors Quotes

Michael KorsMichael Kors quotes: your sister’s bestie’s esthetician’s favorite handbag designer’s top quotes.

“Know who you are and enjoy what you do.”

“Figure out why we are who we are, why we do what we do.”

“The sky is the limit, as long as you listen to your customers and grow and evolve with them. But no matter how much the company has grown, I have always remained true to my vision.”

“I think that change and growth are essential to sustaining a long-lasting career. The basis of those two things are that you must have curiosity and you need to have energy. I always say that when you think you’ve arrived, you are done. Life is faster than it ever has been before and a lot of that has to do with technology. You can either get left in the dust in life or you can learn to speed up and move with the times.”

“One of the things that has been key to establishing my brand’s DNA is staying true to my vision from the beginning. That is ultimately what has helped the company grow in the most genuine way. I focus on the customer.”

“I want my customers to hear not only what I’m thinking about the brand, but also to be able to connect on a more personal level. It’s a way of communicating so they know I am actually living the life that my collection reflects.”

“Believe in yourself, but also listen to your customers.”

“It’s hard when you’re learning along the way, but you’re always learning. You have to. I mean even now, something new happens every day in the world, so never think you know it all.”

“I’m always willing to try new things. Even with social media. I like to communicate with my customers.”

“We have to realize the world is now smaller. Everyone’s getting the information and you don’t have to be in a big city to be informed. You can be in a small town or a village or a farm and, if you are interested, it’s in your hand. I like that feedback. And I can’t meet everyone, so the only way is through social media.”

“So you think to yourself, ‘Yes, I’m moving in the right direction. I’m not crazy.’ Also, different forms of social media appeal to different age groups.”

“I listen, I talk to my customers and I make sure I understand their lives so that I can predict what they’re going to need before they even know it themselves.”

“You have to know your customer and be able to put yourself in their shoes.”

“If you want to have longevity, then I think that you have to have a point of view, but at the same time still be elastic. Things evolve, the world changes, but people have to know you for who you are so they know what you stand for.”

“I hate the idea that you have to give up anything. I think you can be powerful and still be provocative, you can be smart and have a softness, you can have all of it.”

“It’s okay not to be perfect.”

“I like to work with people and see an idea or a moment evolve.”

“Everyone in my family was a fashionista. I grew up in a family of people who were obsessed with fashion. My mother was a model, my grandmother never wore the same thing twice, and my grandfather worked in the textile business. It was in my blood. There was just no question that I was going to be a designer.”

“In high school and while I was attending FIT, I was a slave to the trends. I skipped my high school prom to go to Studio 54 and draped myself in handmade raw silk diaper pants.”

“There was just so much excitement for me figuring out what it means to run my own company and how to establish myself as a designer. But every day since has been an incredible learning experience! I remember thinking I’d be happy if my clothes were sold to a handful of the top retailers in the United States and Europe. And now, here we are with Michael Kors stores around the globe.”

“I think that to be successful in fashion really means being authentic to who you are as a designer and as a person. Women are so smart; when something seems inauthentic, I think that she skips it. Women today want it all. If you listen to that, you’ll be successful.”

“Fashion is an athletic competition. Personal style is knowing yourself, your lifestyle, your body and finding clothes that become the frame. You become the star.”

“Clothes are like a good meal, a good movie, great pieces of music. Fashion is like food! Some people like sushi, others think hamburgers are divine! People like different things!”

“Sexiness is all about self confidence. Many people think that sexiness is about wearing a provocative dress or looking plunged to the waist, but to me sexy is more of an attitude or a mood.”

“You make sexiness strong by balancing it out: something familiar with something unfamiliar, something masculine with something feminine, something streamlined with something rococo. It’s a yin and yang. Women are made of layers, your mood shifts, no one is neither one extreme nor the other.”

“Now that life is faster, you’re juggling more things, so how do you do all of that and not give up the love of indulgence and glamour. That’s very Michael Kors, so that’s a good thing.”

“I not only enjoy it, I think, how do you design things that are applicable to life—unless you live it?”

“Fashion is constantly changing and no day is ever the same; otherwise, I’d be bored.”

“Fashion fame is nice fame. It’s not like celebrity fame where you can’t step outside without being followed by the paparazzi.”

“When I’m not working I’m a slug, a full slug. I am not good at the in-between. I’m either fever-pitched or want to just pass out on a beach with a really sleazy book and eat a cheeseburger.”

“If I think about the calendar, it keeps me awake at night, so I’ve learnt now not to look, and just try to be in the moment.”

“Travel is the ultimate inspiration.”

“I think the older I get, the more I realize that the ultimate luxury is time.”

“I believe after lockdown we all want to dream.”

“When you feel better about yourself, you feel better about your life, your family and your work. I have been very fortunate. I have met many such amazing people around the globe, who I don’t think I would have been able to meet any other way.”

“I have no regrets. I’m doing exactly what I have always wanted and I needed any, and all, of the bumps in the road to get where I am today.”

“I feel unbelievably fortunate. How many people get to do what they always wanted to do and do well with it and continue to be surprised and see amazing places and meet amazing people?”

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