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Remember my first tenet in getting dressed is how you feel in the morning. So if you're not being true blue to that, it usually shows.
It will go wherever women want it to go. It's unbelievably extraordinary to remember that when I came to New York, it was a time when women couldn't wear a pair of pants to a restaurant. What women have achieved in the last 50 years, I wish men would have achieved in the last 100. I'm sorry to say it, but we're really stupid.
Oscar de la Renta
I hope that people will remember me as being a very helpful person.
You can win all the tournaments you want, but the majors are what you're remembered for. It's how you're measured as a champion in our sport. The majors are where it's at.
For us, working with enslaved children has never been an easy task. It very often involves quite traumatic situations. These children have been in bondage ever since the time they can remember. Liberty for them is an unfamiliar word.
On Robert De Niro: I remember seeing things that Bob had done in the past, and very recent times, and have been taken with the work so much that I even wrote him about it. Some of his great work -- which is plenty -- I was staggered by the subtlety of his portrayal and the warmth, which is what we often talk about with Bob among us actors who admire him so. It is the warmth and the way he approaches things.
I remember once, actually the first race I ran, I fell.
Remember: life is a rhythm between day and night, summer and winter. It is a continuous rhythm. Never stop anywhere! Be moving! And the bigger the swing, the deeper your experience will be.
When I started, the woman went to the store to buy a dress. She saw it in pink and red, and then she remembered that the husband, who is probably going to pay for the dress, loves it in pink. So she buys the pink. Today, the same woman goes to the store and remembers the husband likes pink, and she buys the red.
Oscar de la Renta
The true art of memory is the art of attention.
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