Marriage is an extremely difficult relationship.
I eat like a horse; sometimes I think I must have cancer.
Divorce is a 50-50 thing, and it can be a number of petty things that finally drive you out of your mind.
As a child, the person I admired most in the world was Lana Turner! She seemed the epitome of glamour, and her glitzy surroundings so enviable, the opposite of my mother’s extremely banal taste.
If I see an orchid that’s fantastically expensive, I’ll buy it. It’s worth it, for no other reason than it gives me pleasure.
I’ve always been interested in art, architecture, color.
Decorating has always been my hobby.
When I was married, I didn’t work. When I had my children, I didn’t work. But before that, I’d work for Diana Vreeland at ‘Harper’s Bazaar.’
My childhood taught me nothing… zero.
I think grieving is the same for everybody that lost someone you love deeply. It’s the same. You know, you’re really no different than anybody else who’s lost somebody they adored.
One can’t help but be a bit melancholy when you see how the world has changed, and I don’t mean that nostalgically.
I think there’s nothing that makes you happier than to be really involved in something. I can’t imagine a totally idle life.
Regrets? I think everyone has regrets, and people who say they haven’t are either liars… or narcissists.