|There you go, words to live by. The way we dress also tells the rest of the world what we think of ourselves.|
Clinton Kelly of the many books and the popular television programs, “What Not to Wear” and “The Chew” — the man cooks, decorates, entertains and is a sartorial guru for men and women of all ages — asked me if I would be interested in doing an interview for his website. (Actually he asked me through the executive editor of his site, Ayn-Monique Klahre.)
He recently visited France and saw that the precepts he has been preaching are actually on the streets of Paris, which is to say: French women care and take care of how they look. No matter her age she considers her appearance a matter of self respect and no one goes public looking like she she doesn’t at least slightly polish the image she presents to the world. It’s good manners to look good. Simple as that.
Of course I was thrilled by the request. You can read the interview here:
Clearly Clinton Kelly knows what he’s talking about when it comes to l’art de vivre from dining to dressing. Above are his two latest books, click here for all of them.
P.S.: Tomorrow I shall rectify my embarrassing oversight yesterday. As I mentioned in the comments, I had all sorts of pictures selected to illustrate fall/winter 2014 Pantone colors and mistakenly selected 2013 because I liked the symmetry of the circle arrangement. Oh, to have an editor checking back on me.