Gloria Vanderbilt - Quotes

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I do take very good care of myself, and I'm always in love. And by that I mean I have an appetite for life. I'm in love with beauty and things and people and love and being in love, and those things I think, on the inside, show on the outside.

I do take very good care of myself, and I'm always in love. And by that I mean I have an appetite for life. I'm in love with beauty and things and people and love and being in love, and those things I think, on the inside, show on the outside.

I'm in love with beauty and things and people and love and being in love, and those things, I think, on the inside, show on the outside. ---->>>

I was born during an eclipse. I believe very much in astrology. If you were born on an eclipse it indicates your destiny is chaotic. ---->>>

You must always have great, secret, big fat hopes for yourself in love and in life. The bigger, the better. ---->>>

I've always believed that one woman's success can only help another woman's success. ---->>>

In mythology and palmistry, the left hand is called the dreamer because the ring finger on the left hand leads directly to the heart. I find it a very poetic idea. And that's why I only wear nail polish on my left ring finger. ---->>>

I believe in marriage and fidelity. ---->>>

I love to think that animals and humans and plants and fishes and trees and stars and the moon are all connected. ---->>>

The heart of another is a dark forest. ---->>>

When anybody says, 'Why me?' Why is 'me' exempt? ---->>>

All art, from the paintings on the walls of cave dwellers to art created today, is autobiographical because it comes from the secret place in the soul where imagination resides.

All art, from the paintings on the walls of cave dwellers to art created today, is autobiographical because it comes from the secret place in the soul where imagination resides.

A work of fiction is conceived very much the same way as a dream occurs in the mind of a sleeper. But a lot of it is imagination. It's not based on real people. ---->>>

I do spend money. I like to spend money, on houses - on furnishing houses. And I love to give presents to people. It's just in my nature to be that way. I always spent money I had. And I always spent what I made. I'm not stingy. ---->>>

Everything in life is elusive. ---->>>

I don't categorize myself as an 85-year-old woman who has written an erotic novel. I categorize myself as a writer who's written an erotic novel. ---->>>

I don't like cold people at all. It makes me feel really insecure. ---->>>

And it came to me, and I knew what I had to have before my soul would rest. I wanted to belong - to belong to my mother. And in return - I wanted my mother to belong to me. ---->>>

I don't read anything about myself. As a child, there was something in me that was just instinctive. I want to be clear in my spirit, and I don't want to be blocked by things that get inside of you and kill you. ---->>>

Art brings a message into a room. It should make us perceive in a new way - either through color, form or narrative content - something we had not perceived before... and perhaps reveal something to you about yourself. ---->>>

Many times, working is kind of like channeling, and I really don't know what's going to fall on the page. I just did this image of a fat girl and put her on a tiny mountain peak of grass that she's walking over. It just amused me. ---->>>

The minute that you bring a unicorn into a story, you know that it's a fairy tale or a fable, because unicorns don't exist as animals. They exist as fantasy creatures. ---->>>

I can't bear to look at Paris Hilton and all that. I mean, it really doesn't grab me. I don't think she's interesting, and the sense of values seems sort of off-kilter. ---->>>

The fame you earn has a different taste from the fame that is forced upon you. ---->>>

If you've never had a mother or a father, you grow up seeking something you're never going to find, ever. You seek it in love and in people and in beauty. ---->>>

I don't think age has anything to do with what you write about. ---->>>

I lived in Europe until I was 9, really. ---->>>

I've had many, many loves. I always feel that something wonderful is going to happen. And it always does. ---->>>

In anything there has to be dark and light. There's a lot of joy in my paintings and a lot of darkness. ---->>>

The only thing that would ever embarrass me would be something I would write that would be badly written. ---->>>

Throughout my life I have taken detours in acting and writing, but art remains my abiding passion. ---->>>

A work of fiction is conceived very much the same way as a dream occurs in the mind of a sleeper. ---->>>

I do think all art is autobiographical, and I do think I know quite a bit about women. I don't know anything about men. ---->>>

I've been really very fortunate with the men I've been involved with. They've always really treated me very, very wonderfully. And whenever anything broke up, I was always the one to leave. So I think I've been really very, very lucky. ---->>>

If you don't have a father, you don't miss it, because you don't know what it is. It was really only when I married Wyatt Cooper that I understood what it was like to have a father, because he was just an extraordinary father. ---->>>

When I started travelling, I would go to a city and be on television and I used to get the question, 'Why do you work? If I were you, I'd just go and lie on a beach somewhere.' And I'd answer, 'Well, I wanted to make something of my life.' ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 02-20, 1924
Birthplace: Manhattan, New York City, U.S.
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Occupation: Designer
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Gloria Laura Vanderbilt (born February 20, 1924) is an American artist, author, actress, fashion designer, heiress, and socialite. During the 1930s, she was the subject of a high-profile child custody trial in which her mother, Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt, and her paternal aunt, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, both sought custody of the child Gloria and control over her $5 million trust fund (wikipedia)