The clothes don't wear her. First part is quite clear, but how should I interpret the second one? Directly, or it's rather a kind of joke? Please, help me who knows. (This is a quotation of Mary Quant)
Copyright's interpretation could very well be correct. Could you please give a little more of the context in which this remark was made, Prosiacek?My impression is that the clothes shouldn't overshadow the woman... you should notice the woman and then the clothes, rather than the other way around. The woman shouldn't be an accessory to what she's wearing.