Thoughts on Clothing and Attitude: Quotes from the InCompany by Attire Club Summer 2017 Issue

The summer 2017 issue of the InCompany by Attire Club publication was released earlier in July and featured many captivating articles, style guides, photos and interviews with fashion movers and shakers.

We’ve selected a few quotes from the interviews you can read in the magazine, to get a glimpse of the discussions presented in the magazine.

And, by the way, there’s an exclusive that might be interesting for many people.

 

“I think style evolves as we mature and move along in our experiences. It is something we all need to respect. We also need to accept each other’s styles, as style is some – thing that makes us unique.”  – Alfonso Herrero, Fashion Influencer

“I hope and I believe that there should be a change in the value system of many consumers. Fashion should be beautiful, not something that you throw away.” – Juergen Christian Hoerl, Fashion Designer

“I haven’t shared it before, is that we will be opening a new flagship & concept store in Vienna’s 1st district! But that is all I can say at the moment.” – Juergen Christian Hoerl, Fashion Designer

“To me; it’s pretty cool to combine music with fashion. No fashion without music and no music without fashion.” – Barbara Alli, Fashion Designer

“My goal is to spread unity that opens up the eyes and the hearts of many people to see and witness the beauty of Africa just by creating items that can be spread around the globe (…)” – Barbara Alli, Fashion Designer

“I have to say a big “thank you” to Vogue for helping me learn that the fashion industry is not just about creating clothing; it’s also about design planning, business planning and advertising.” – Akaravuth Pantumwanich, Fashion Designer

 

 

“Now, if you’re asking how a man decides to be a designer in a conservative country like Guatemala, I’d respond that it wasn’t an easy decision. You have to fight against lots of clichés and stereotypes. I think that’s what you have to live through being in a country like mine. You have to be courageous to decide to do what you want (…)” – Juan-Carlos Gordillo, Fashion Designer

“ (…) You have to internalize and understand that every workout, every day, is on the way to the desired goal (…)” – Dror Cohen, Personal Fitness Trainer

 

 

“If sportswear had evolved, so could day to day clothing. So he started to look for an existing solution. Among the very few options he could find, the fabric never met his expectations: it felt like plas tic, looked weird and/or was a nightmare to maintain. This is how he decided to invent a fabric that would solve sweat – and while we are at it stain – problems but that would also be comfortable and hardly no – ticeable.” – Pauline Guesné, Designer and Innovator

“On the other hand if fashion wasn’t the way it is, I would be left with nothing to say.” – Tigran Avetisyan, Fashion Designer

 

The thoughts, opinions and stories of designers, stylists and other movers and shakers are always fascinating to discover, which is why we love presenting you with compelling interviews each season. The fashion world is wide and colorful, so there is a lot to learn from the people who give it shape.

 

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Further reading:

Discover the Summer 2017 issue of the InCompany by Attire Club magazine

Thoughts on clothing and attitude: Quotes from the InCompany by Attire Club Spring 2017 issue

Discover the Spring 2017 Issue of InCompany by Attire Club

Discover the InCompany by Attire Club Winter 2016 issue

Discover the InCompany by Attire Club autumn 2016 issue

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