„We manipulate fabric.“

—  Anna Sui

via Vanderbilt, Tom. Made in Midtown: Meet Anna Sui. The Huffington Post (June 12, 2010). http://www.huffingtonpost.com/tom-vanderbilt/made-in-midtown-meet-anna_b_534509.html

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