Diane Kruger Doesn't Know What it Means to Be a Muse
The actress--and Giambattista Valli muse--talks about being a fashion icon, the best piece of fashion advice she's ever received, and what makes her feel beautiful.
Released on 5/28/2015
I have no idea what makes a muse.
I think it, naturally when you design clothes
I think you think about what ideal woman would
like to wear them and I think Giambattista
lime most designers
get inspired by
their friends and by people and
I guess people from the past,
fashion icons that they had growing up.
So, it's fun to be a part of
an idea sometimes.
He's designed dresses especially for me
for special events and the collaboration is what
in my opinion, brings out the best out of both of us
in a way.
You know, what I like about Giambattista is that
he doesn't, it's not so, his clothes just make
women feel beautiful.
They're not particularly, you know, cutting edge
and outrageous so that they you know demand attention.
What I like about his stuff is
they, he loves women.
He wants women to feel beautiful, his materials are
always luxurious and they're very, you know,
they're fashion forward but they are simply beautiful.
Like, it lets each woman's natural beauty come out
rather than you know, being whatever is in fashion
that month, you know.