I wanted so badly to study ballet, but it was really all about wearing the tutu.
if your wearing lingerie that makes you feel glamorous, you're halfway thereto turning heads
For 15 years, I've been playing the same character - which is myself - and I'm bored with 'myself'.
A celebrity name is never enough for an intelligent mass market, ... truly successful businesses are born of passion and heartfelt interest.
I see myself as the consumer. I'm a working mother and I don't get a lot of time to myself. I create products that I need in my life, and which make me feel good.
It's like the underwear in the sense that they are premium products at competitive prices. I spent a long time researching the products, and the philosophy is the same as the lingerie.
Underwear is such an emotional thing.
When I stepped out of the campaigns, we decided we'd focus on the word intimate and capture a model in a moment
With the anthology we've taken that concept one step further and we've asked certain people to give their opinion of what's going on. I like that intellectual side.
G-strings are uncomfortable. Girls want real knickers now.
As long as people want to see me in movies, and as long as I find it interesting, I'll keep working.
I used to wear heels because I wanted to show people I wasn't ashamed of being tall. But I don't wear them any more because you don't have to wear heels to be beautiful. I can't even remember the last time I wore heels.
People in the fashion industry have used the press a lot more than people in the film industry, because you have nothing to sell except for the image: The image is everything.
The image is where you have dinner at night, who you're seeing. It's what car you drive and how you dress. People in the industry sell that, and it creates a dream. There's nothing else.
You check to see the facts are correct where business is concerned but if I read everything that was written about me, I'd end up feeling totally insecure about myself.