Greg Gorman, Andy Warhol

Greg Gorman, Andy Warhol

I admit to having worn suede and leather pants myself for a while, but you just never feel clean, and it’s degenerate, anyway, to wear animal skins unless it’s to keep warm…So I went back to bluejeans after that degenerate period. Very happily. Bluejeans wind up being the cleanest thing you can wear, because it’s just their nature to be washed a lot. And they’re so American in essence.

A good plain look is my favorite look. if I didn’t want to look so “bad,” I would want to look “Plain.” That would be my next choice.
Think rich, look poor.Fashion wasn’t what you wore someplace anymore; it was the whole reason for going.

I`d prefer to remain a mystery. I never like to give my background and, anyway, I make it all up different every time I`m asked. It`s not just that it`s part of my image not to tell everything, it`s just that I forget what I said the day before, and I have to make it all up over again. Andy Warhol, The Philosophy of Andy Warhol (From A to B and Back Again).


With Warhol it’s not so much how he looks, but what he says about fashion.  The “plain” look famously offset with dark glasses and innumerable wigs.

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