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The sixties were a time when ordinary people could do extraordinary things . . . !
At sixteen, I was a funny, skinny little thing, all eyelashes and legs. And then, suddenly people told me it was gorgeous. I thought they had gone mad.
There's no need to dress like everyone else. It's much more fun to create your own look.
I've always loved life, and I've never known what's ahead. I love not knowing what might be round the corner. I love serendipity.
Confusion is the best form of communication. It's left to be unexplained.
I want to continue to try and break the barrier between male and female.
Always be natural. Putting on airs will make a giggle out of you. Be yourself and if you don't know something say so.
I used to be a thing; I'm a person now.
Being a grown-up woman doesn't mean you can't look beautiful, individual and different.
You can't be a clothes hanger for your entire life.
Fashion should be stylish and fun.
Ageing doesn't mean giving up on style and individuality; it doesn't mean abandoning fashion and living in comfy slippers and flannel knickers.
I don't understand people getting depressed about getting older. There is nothing you can do about it, so you might as well embrace it.
Tailored jackets with jeans is a great look for all ages. Dress up with a heel and pretty shirt, or just wear a smart T-shirt under the jacket.
I was very, very underdeveloped for my age, I hated what I looked like, so I thought everyone had gone stark raving mad.
It is no longer acceptable to ignore the suffering, and designers must take responsibility for the way that their fur is produced.
I’m just mad for San Francisco. It is like London and Paris stacked on top of each other.
If you just say nothing, there is no way they can make you talk.
[On her thinness:] It's not what you'd call a figure, is it?
Can you imagine wot it was like. All the girls gettin' luvly figgers and me stayin' flat as a pancake? It was no fun, I tell you.
I ate like a horse when I was younger, and not very sensibly, though no one ever believes that.
The trick is to find the style that is right for you. When it comes to trying new clothes, my advice is not to take it too seriously - it's all about having fun.
I think everyone should sing - it's so good for you, as it makes you breathe deeply, and it's good for you emotionally, too. It's a brilliant release way of lifting the spirits.
I am very sad that some designers are still using real fur when the fake alternatives are so effective and so easily obtainable.
Back in the '60s, there was a car sticker that read, 'Forget Oxfam, Feed Twiggy,' but I ate like a horse.
My weakness is chocolate - especially butterscotch and nut varieties.
I like to get on with people. I don't go around being nasty, but if someone crosses me, I can be horrible back.
I love exercise but I find it boring doing the same thing all the time, so I fluctuate between going to the gym, doing Pilates and taking dance lessons.
It's hard to see how anyone can fail to care about innocent children and animals being blown up by landmines.
I eat healthily because that's the way I prefer to eat, and I'm sure it helps keep the weight off.
I didn't really know about Marilyn Manson - it's not my sort of music, not exactly the sort of thing I would curl up and listen to!
I love flat shoes, more so than heels. One of my obsessions is men's co-respondent lace-ups.
Fluted sleeves or any sleeve that flares out before coming in again at the wrist are very feminine and a great way to distract from the dreaded 'bingo wings.'
You won't often find me in a pair of killer heels: my heel height doesn't rise above two and a half inches, as I would just fall over!
For special occasions, I love pretty dresses - but nothing too frou-frou!
I'm grateful for my lines of wisdom. Of course, there are days when I think: 'Oh my gawd, I look a bit tired.' But I can pull it together if I have to.
I'd love there to be more larger models, but it's just not going to happen. Designers love to design for slim girls.
I don't like it when people say, 'You're 45, so you should be wearing X and never Y.' For me, dressing is about attitude, not age.