"I think all the clothes that I’ve loved make me think of something that a woman would of worn. I have this whole fantasy of this woman who did what she had to do and took pleasure in it, as opposed to being afraid. There’s a certain bravery that I want to piggy back off of [because] I maybe feel [it] isn’t my own. They went through life enjoying and taking pleasure in not looking like everyone else and not acting like everyone else. That’s what I’m attracted to: that sense of beauty, order, shape and form that emerges outside the status quo. It makes me feel safer to think that this isn’t something new: people have always lived in the world, and the world has always been intolerant and yet people have always survived."
- Damian Rogers (via century66)