Glamour is what makes a man ask for your telephone number. But it also is what makes a woman ask for the name of your dressmaker.
Are you conscious of the restful influence which the stars exert? To me they are the most soothing things in Nature. I am proud to say that I don't
know the name of one of them. The glamour and romance would pass away from them if they were all classified and ticketed in one's brain. But when
a man is hot and flurried, and full of his own little ruffled dignities and infinitesimal misfortunes, then a star bath is the finest thing in the world.
The Past: Our cradle, not our prison; there
is danger as well as appeal in its glamour. The past is for inspiration, not imitation, for continuation, not repetition.
Romance is the glamour which turns the dust of everyday life into a golden haze.
Well, there are always those who cannot distinguish between glitter and glamour . . .
Glamour cannot exist without personal social envy being a common and widespread emotion.
There is no gilding of setting sun or glamour of poetry to light up the ferocious and endless toil of the farmers wives.
It's the most unglamourous glamour business in the world.
Romance is the glamour which turns the dust of everyday life into a golden haze
This is true Hollywood glamour! I am taking personal jewels from a screen legend and creating a one-of-a-kind pair of shoes,which will be worn by a movie star of today.
There's a certain glamour in IT now; it's the glamour of the dot-com. A lot of kids are attracted to the major because they hear about the great job offers and the high salaries.
The appeal was that they were big, sweeping escapist stories full of glamour and excitement. Most teenagers are dissatisfied with their lives and dream of bigger and better things out there.
It's not that I don't want to be a beauty, that I don't yearn to be dripping with glamour. It's just that I can't see how any woman can find time to do to herself all the things that must apparently be done to make herself beautiful and, having once done them, how anyone without the strength of mind of a foreign missionary can keep up such a regime.
I did enjoy it," he says. "But it was very, very weird. You can blab on about seeing the other side of fame, but it doesn't mean shit until it happens to you. It wasn't so much the going on TV, or going to award ceremonies, or having a camera focused on your face. It was being famous in the supermarket, being famous in a restaurant. Fame is not just about being able to get out of a limo in Leicester Square, it's about trying to get into your house when there are eight photographers outside. When you think about being famous, you don't think about all that stuff. You think about the glamour. I wanted to turn the tap off when I'd done my job. But you can't.