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"A gentleman never talks about his tailor." - Nick Cave

"Tailor gang they rolling up those paper planes." - Wiz Khalifa

"God's the seamstress that tailor-fitted my pain." - Curtis Jackson

"Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor, Rich man, Poor man, Beggarman, Thief." - Nursery Rhymes

"Be yourself. Know your proportions. And have a good tailor." - RuPaul

"I like having a tailor everywhere because I am everywhere." - Waris Ahluwalia

"My father was a tailor, my mother a machinist." - David Bailey

"I don't have a tailor, but I do love clothes." - David Oyelowo

"You cannot tailor make your situation in life, but you can tailor make your attitudes to fit those situations." - Zig Ziglar

"You cannot tailor-make the situations in life but you can tailor-make the attitudes to fit those situations." - Zig Ziglar

"Tailor Made will help Ferrari's clients tailor their cars in a very personal, specific way. It's a bespoke service, like visiting Huntsman or Anderson & Sheppard or whoever your favourite Savile Row tailor is." - Lapo Elkann

"The only sensible person is my tailor. He measures me anew each time he sees me." - George Bernard Shaw

"I help people with not just the 'what' but the 'how' and tailor for individual needs" - Matt Prior

"ARMOR, n. The kind of clothing worn by a man whose tailor is a blacksmith." - Ambrose Bierce

"Th' embroider'd suit at least he deem'd his prey; That suit an unpaid tailor snatched away." - Alexander Pope

"There goes a man made by the Lord Almighty and not by his tailor." - Andrew Jackson

"If you are out to describe the truth, leave elegance to the tailor." - Albert Einstein

"So, after school, I needed to learn a trade and started to work as a tailor." - Desmond Dekker

"I've got the luxury to tailor make the songs so I can sing them." - Glenn Tipton

"Thou art a strange fellow: a tailor make a man? Ay, a tailor, sir; a stone-cutter or a painter could not have made him so ill, though he had been but two hours at the trade." - William Shakespeare

"(Cornwall:) Thou art a strange fellow. A tailor make a man? (Kent:) A tailor, sir. A stonecutter or a painter could not have made him ill, though they had been but two years o' th' trade." - William Shakespeare

"Now the melancholy God protect thee, and the tailor make thy garments of changeable taffeta, for thy mind is opal." - William Shakespeare

"If youre wearing suits and you want to create your own sense of style, get to the tailor." - Matt Bomer

"I start casting early in the writing process, so I can tailor the script to the gifts of the actors." - Judd Apatow

"We must learn to tailor our concepts to fit reality, instead of trying to stuff reality into our concepts." - Victor Daniels

"It's essential to tailor rehab to what impassions someone. The brain gradually learns by riveting its attention-through endless repetitions." - Diane Ackerman

"The prime necessities for success in life are money, athleticism, tailor made clothes and a charming smile." - George Orwell

"Just because a suit fits, doesn't mean it looks good. You need a tailor. You want to get bespoke." - Ryan Tedder

"I travel a lot, and I hunt for fabrics, then I have the tailor make me something." - Waris Ahluwalia

"Macroeconomic adjustment programmes are tailor-made to the situation of the country concerned and no models or templates are used." - Jeroen Dijsselbloem

"If you're wearing suits and you want to create your own sense of style, get to the tailor." - Matt Bomer

"I've tried different things through the years to get some play on mainstream. I'll try to tailor-make it." - Dolly Parton

"You can tailor garments all you want, but if it doesn't fit in the arms or legs, it never will." - Amare Stoudemire

"If you are out to describe the truth, leave elegance to the tailor. On being reproached that his formula of gravitation was longer and more cumbersome than Newton's." - Albert Einstein

"A tailor can adapt to any medium, be it poetry, be it criticism. As a poet, he can mend, and with the scissors of criticism he candivide." - Franz Grillparzer

"I go to a better tailor than any of you and pay more for my clothes. The only difference is that you probably don't sleep in yours." - Clarence Darrow

"You have a different crowd every night, so you should do a different show to suit them. I tailor the show to their mood." - Jewel Kilcher

"The fanboy community can smell in an instant, like smelling fear, when something was tailor-made in order to reach them as a demographic." - Rian Johnson

"The only person who acts sensibly is my tailor. He takes my measure anew every time he sees me. Everyone else goes by their old measurements." - George Bernard Shaw

"Now the melancholy god protect thee, and the tailor make thy doublet of changeable taffeta, for thy mind is a very opal." - William Shakespeare

"Yes, if they would thank their maker, And seek no further, but they have new creators, God tailor and god mercer." - Philip Massinger

"Thou villain base, Know'st me not by my clothes? No, nor thy tailor, rascal, Who is thy grandfather; he made those clothes, Which, as it seems, make thee." - William Shakespeare

"If the Japanese want to be taken seriously as world financial powers, they'd better quit using the same tailor as variety show chimps." - P. J. O'Rourke

"The intellect always cuts and divides like a pair of scissors. The heart sews things together and unites like a needle. The tailor uses both." - Mata Amritanandamayi

"Relationships are not tailor-made and people are flawed. You have to work around that and love the other person anyway. Our flaws are what make us unique," - Jay Crownover

"The Hunchback of Notre-Dame, who said to his tailor Irving, Forget the slacks - please work on the blazer! Never got a dinner!" - Red Buttons

"A very, very impressive director, Tomas Alfredson. It's only his second film [ 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy'], but he's a real find." - John Hurt

"Think through whom you are trying to reach. Tailor what you do and how you do it to appeal to those communities." - Martin Sorrell

"The idea that the reader is important enough to me that I'd tailor my words to either please or offend them always seems amusingly alien to me." - Jim Goad

"I don't much admire your taste, my dear, because he's a hundred and fifty years old; - and what there is of him comes chiefly from the tailor." - Anthony Trollope

"I want my attorney, my tailor, my valets, and even my wife to believe in God, and I fancy that then I'll be robbed and cuckolded less." - Voltaire

"I prefer live musicians whenever possible. And I tailor the ensemble to what is appropriate for the film and the score I'm writing." - Geoff Zanelli

"The only person who behaves sensibly is my tailor. He takes my measure anew every time he sees me. All the rest go on with their old measurements." - George Bernard Shaw

"I think if you try to tailor your act to anybody, you end up with an act that doesn't work anyway." - Colin Quinn

"Wherever the want of clothing forced them to it, the human race made clothes for thousands of years, without a single man becoming a tailor." - Karl Marx

"You have a different crowd every night, so you should do a different show to suit them. I tailor the show to their mood." - Jewel

"A lot of the time, if I have samples, I can't tailor a sample. Or, I might have just bought something and I don't have time to go to the tailor, there are ways to take thin, skinny belts and layer them, and do quick little fixes." - Olivia Palermo

"We are finally entering an exciting time in medicine where we have the technology to custom-tailor treatment and preventive protocols just as we'd custom-tailor a suit or designer gown to one's individual body. But it all begins with you. You have to know yourself in a manner that you've probably never done before." - David Agus

"In the time of swords and periwigs and full-skirted coats with flowered lappets - when gentlemen wore ruffles, and gold-laced waistcoats of paduasoy and taffeta - there lived a tailor in Gloucester." - Beatrix Potter

"I always say I hope to God I die in a town with a good tailor, a good shoemaker, and perhaps someone who's interested in a little quelque chose d'autre." - Diana Vreeland

"I'd say that the No. 1 attribute you need as an actor is to be malleable. You need to be able to change and tailor what you're doing to what the situation dictates." - Jay Baruchel

"To buy books only because they were published by an eminent printer is much as if a man should buy clothes that did not fit him, only because made by some famous tailor." - Alexander Pope

"A tailor, though a man of upright dealing, - True but for lying, - honest but for stealing, - Did fall one day extremely sick by chance And on the sudden was in wondrous trance." - John Harington (inventor)

"Simple routine have a greater impact. It is not just to cut costs that we avoid luxury hotels. We do not need fancy cars, posh titles, tailor made uniforms or other status symbols." - Ingvar Kamprad

"Stripped of the cunning artifices of the tailor, and standing forth in the garb of Eden - what a sorry set of round-shouldered, spindle-shanked, crane-necked varlets would civilized men appear!" - Herman Melville

"Fashion is more about taste than money - you have to understand your body and tailor clothes to your needs; it's all about the fit. I do the alterations myself - I'm quite a seamstress - it's the influence of my Hungarian mother." - Carmen Dell'Orefice

"God's word is tailor-made for gray-slush days. It sends a beam of light through the fog. It signals safety when we fear we'll never make it through." - Charles R Swindoll

"God's the seamtress that tailor-fitted my pain yo I got scriptures in my brain I can spit at yo dane straight the good book, look, niggas is shook 50 fear no man, warrior swing swords like conana" - Curtis Jackson

"The only man I know who behaves sensibly is my tailor; he takes my measurements anew each time he sees me. The rest go on with their old measurements and expect me to fit them." - George Bernard Shaw

"He's the hairy-handed gent who ran amuck in Kent Lately he's been overheard in Mayfair Better stay away from him He'll rip your lungs out, Jim I'd like to meet his tailor Werewolves of London." - Warren Zevon

"This is not work but a kind of workmanship. First out of paper, then from the body. To provoke thought into form, molded according to a measure. I think of a tailor who is his own fabric." - Dana Gioia

"I feel like Twitter was tailor-made for me, because I can do short spurts all day long. I loved my blog, but doing daily, then thrice weekly entries was really time consuming. 140 characters is perfect." - Sarah Dessen

"I'd really want to - just from my own experience as an artist working with a writer, I'd want to do everything I could to tailor it to the artist I was working with." - David Finch

"Options allow a woman to tailor her role to her personality, but if a man expects to provide well, he expects to wear a suit, not to wear what suits him." - Warren Farrell

"I don't think the federal government should be a part of everything. I think that governing should be done state-by-state... so that you can tailor your governing to the people's needs." - Stacey Dash

"And you know, the baby boomers are getting older, and those off the rack clothes are just not fitting right any longer, and so, tailor-made suits are coming back into fashion." - Amy Irving

"I like to dress up in a tailored suit from time to time, and there's a tailor I go to in Naples who's fantastic. But if I told anyone his name, I'd have to kill them." - Hugh Jackman

"It is the accuracy and detail inherent in crafted goods that endows them with lasting value. It is the time and attention paid by the carpenter, the seamstress and the tailor that makes this detail possible." - Tim Jackson

"I got a custom-made silk dress from a Chinese tailor for really cheap. I sketched it out on a piece of paper, and they took my measurements and made the dress for me in a day!" - Alicia Sacramone

"It seems like if you are not painted up special way or have some tailor made outfit to put on to go out on stage... I don't know... there's too much of it out there." - Phil Anselmo

"Fashion is more about taste than money - you have to understand your body and tailor clothes to your needs; it's all about the fit. I do the alterations myself - I'm quite a seamstress - it's the influence of my Hungarian mother." - Carmen Dellorefice

"If you're going to buy a suit, don't buy one off the peg if you can afford not to. Go to a tailor, as I always do; find the style you like, and have it fitted to your shape." - Tamer Hassan

"Everyone should have a tailor. David Wilkes, the guy who does my stuff, is like, 'Well you're a writer - do you want a special pen compartment or something?' Bespoke: That's the term you want to get out there." - Douglas Coupland

"The tailor from 'Avatar' actually made my suit for 'Uncharted 3.' And no, it's not a hand-me-down from Sam Worthington. My 11-year-old would fit in Sam Worthington's. I'm 6' 1", 180 pounds." - Nolan North

"You can't really plan for how that training session or competition is going to go. You have to see what your horse is giving you to work with, and then you tailor all your training around that." - Edie Campbell

"A tailor, though a man of upright dealing,- True but for lying,-honest but for stealing,- Did fall one day extremely sick by chance And on the sudden was in wondrous trance." - John Harington

"I learned early in my writing career that if I try to tailor a song for someone else, I'm usually off base. They're usually looking for something from you with your character." - Brenda Russell

"The poorest of the sex have still an itch To know their fortunes, equal to the rich. The dairy-maid inquires, if she shall take The trusty tailor, and the cook forsake." - John Dryden

"The tailor from 'Avatar' actually made my suit for 'Uncharted 3.' And no, it's not a hand-me-down from Sam Worthington. My 11-year-old would fit in Sam Worthington's. I'm 6' 1', 180 pounds." - Nolan North

"If you tailor your news viewing so that you only get one point of view, well of course you're going to think somebody else has got a different point of view, and it may be wrong." - Peter Jennings

"I bought a small thirty-two automatic, and when I arrived in Berlin I went to a tailor with a sketch for a silken holster which was to fit neatly under my arm. (I had read about Chicago gangsters wearing their guns in this fashion.) Arching a brow, my Berlin tailor made the holster, which was comfortably padded. From then on my thirty-two automatic accompanied me everywhere, especially to concerts." - George Antheil

"I think that something that people in general forget to do - and it's true, not everyone has the financial means to do this - whatever clothes you buy if you really want them to fit well, you need to have them altered or tailored. And whether you're doing that yourself, whether you're taking it to your drycleaner that has a tailor, you need to alter and tailor everything, whether it's expensive, whether it's, you know, whether it's inexpensive. If you want it to really fit your body, even the best clothes have to be tailored." - Tom Ford

"My parents were Hungarian immigrants; my father was a tailor and we lived in the back of a tailor store. And that was my first inkling of what it was like to be raised in America. It had a profound effect on me - I saw different people coming in all the time with different attitudes and I liked it. And as I grew older, I found that I was able to use something inside of me to get some sympathy if I wanted it. I used to shine shoes, and I would use a waif-like look. I'd get a dime and I'd be as happy as could be." - Tony Curtis

"We humans have indeed always been adept at dovetailing our minds and skills to the shape of our current tools and aids. But when those tools and aids start dovetailing back - when our technologies actively, automatically, and continually tailor themselves to us, just as we do to them - then the line between tool and user becomes flimsy indeed." - Andy Clark

"Children need both latitude of expression and firmly enforced limits on their behaviors, in a blend that results in calm, patientmanagement. The key to success is to tailor the rearing environment to the developmental level of the child-what she or he can handle-and to individual differences among children." - Sandra Scarr

"A gentleman's taste in dress is upon principle, the avoidance of all things extravagant. It consists in the quiet simplicity of exquisite neatness; but, as the neatness must be a neatness in fashion, employ the best tailor; pay him ready money, and, on the whole, you wi11 find him the cheapest." - Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton

"Tailor your space to your needs. In one closet, I have upper and lower rods for skirts, pants and tops. The second is all shelves for bags and linens. In the third, there's just one rod for suits and dresses. To hang evening gowns, I use hooks on the ceiling." - Thelma Golden

"We live in a world that's very fast, where we get bombarded with huge amounts of information very quickly, and I have tried to tailor my voice to the times, which I think, writers, over the course of history - many have always done." - James Frey

"I was literally 3 years old when I started drawing. I did it all my life, through primary school, secondary school, all my life. I always, always wanted to be a designer. I read books on fashion from the age of twelve. I followed designer's careers. I knew Giorgio Armani was a window-dresser, Emanuel Ungaro was a tailor." - Alexander Mcqueen

"A gentleman's taste in dress is upon principle, the avoidance of all things extravagant. It consists in the quiet simplicity of exquisite neatness; but, as the neatness must be a neatness in fashion, employ the best tailor; pay him ready money, and, on the whole, you wi11 find him the cheapest." - Edward Bulwer-Lytton

"As if thou e'er wert angry But with thy tailor! and yet that poor shred Can bring more to the making up of a man, Than can be hoped from thee; thou art his creature; And did he not, each morning, new create thee, Thou'dst stink and be forgotten." - Philip Massinger

"You let him go alone? (Kat) Well, given the fact that it was in this time zone and there's a little thing outside called the sun...yeah. Burnt-up Daimon would' be helpful to nobody, least of all me and my tailor. (Damien)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"You let him go alone? (Kat) Well, given the fact that it was in this time zone and there's a little thing outside called the sun...yeah. Burnt-up Daimon wouldn't be helpful to nobody, least of all me and my tailor. (Damien)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"Cordings make the best Covert coats, corduroys, moleskins and all the accoutrements. When I need a covert coat I get it from Cordings rather than make one myself and I'm a tailor so I should know! Cordings is without doubt, the best at what they do; they produce a quality which surpasses any other company of its kind in Britain." - Mark Powell

"I'll be true, I'll be useful...I'll be cavalier...I'll be yours my dear.and I'll belong to you...if you'll just let me through.this is easy as lovers go,so don't complicate it by hesitating.and this is wonderful as loving goes,this is tailor-made, whats the sense in waiting?" - Chris Carrabba

"A man is known to his dog by the smell, to his tailor by the coat, to his friend by the smile; each of these know him, but how little or how much depends on the dignity of the intelligence. That which is truly and indeed characteristic of the man is known only to God." - John Ruskin

"I spent my entire experience with Gary [ on Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy] staring at him and not returning any lines because I think he's God. The second time [ on The Dark Knight Rises] I was playing God, so I ignored him. Kicked him a bit, that kind of thing. Gary Oldman is one of my heroes, I did nothing but glean from him." - Tom Hardy

"Of all the human qualities, the one I admire the most is competence. A tailor who is really able to cut and fit a coat seems to me an admirable man, and by the same token a university professor who knows little or nothing of the thing he presumes to teach seems to me to be a fraud and a rascal." - H L Mencken

"Don't feel that you have to tailor your literature a particular way to please any school of ideology. There will emerge in its own right, effortlessly, some kind of ideological direction which is a reflection of your thinking and you want your thinking, above all." - Wole Soyinka

"I think it's really good not to get published. It sounds crazy but it's true. People want to get published very soon, but the moment that happens, you lose a bit of your originality. Once you publish, you are always doing things made-to-order. You stop being a weaver and become a tailor. You are tailoring things to suit other people's fashion." - Sarnath Banerjee

"Both Italy and Britain have a great tailoring tradition. British men are famously elegant and careful with their style: they love to have their clothes tailored, and they often have a trusted tailor who is passed on from father to son. Plus you have this great textile and fabric tradition, which has been a source of inspiration to us." - Domenico Dolce

"When I started in the league, I went to a tailor and told him I wanted long t-shirts. But they were like, "You know, you don't know what the trend is." I was like, "Look dog, I don't care about trends or your fashion sense. If I'm going to pay you money, this is where the shirt is going to end."" - Iman Shumpert

"I'll be true, I'll be useful... I'll be cavalier...I'll be yours my dear. and I'll belong to you... if you'll just let me through. this is easy as lovers go, so don't complicate it by hesitating. and this is wonderful as loving goes, this is tailor-made, whats the sense in waiting?" - Chris Carrabba

"To be a gentleman does not depend upon the tailor or the toilet. Good clothes are not good habits. A gentleman is just a gentle-man, - no more, no less; a diamond polished, that was first a diamond in the rough." - William Croswell Doane

"To buy books as some do who make no use of them, only because they were published by an eminent printer, is much as if a man should buy clothes that did not fit him, only because they were made by some famous tailor." - Alexander Pope

"Oh, Jeeves,' I said; 'about that check suit.' Yes, sir?' Is it really a frost?' A trifle too bizarre, sir, in my opinion.' But lots of fellows have asked me who my tailor is.' Doubtless in order to avoid him, sir.' He's supposed to be one of the best men in London.' I am saying nothing against his moral character, sir." - P G Wodehouse

"Now the melancholy of God protect thee, and the tailor make thy doublet of changable taffata, for thy mind is a very opal. I would have men of such constancy put to sea, that their business might be everything, and their intent everywhere, for that's it, that always makes a good voyage of nothing." - William Shakespeare

"You're being cast for your acting ability. It's not based on the way your body functions. If you're playing a lead in a movie, it's for that character and they'll tailor it to you. In a dance company, you have to fit in a definite mold." - Neve Campbell

"I need to make things mine. It annoys me to buy something that is imposed on me. When I have a suit made, I go to the Sicilian tailor Alessandro Martorana in Turin. I like shorter jacket sleeves and often fold the cuffs up. It's more modern that way." - Lapo Elkann

"Once, as an experiment, I travelled around the world with a single suit. Before I left, I went to a tailor in Savile Row and asked him to make me a suit that I could wear in any climate and which I could use as a tuxedo, a dinner jacket, a lounge suit and a blazer." - George Hamilton

"I have observed that you treat a man as an old garment to be taken apart and stitched again. Perhaps you could think of him as good cloth, rich fabric that wants only to be embroidered upon. And perhaps, if you will do that, you will see that you love Tailor yourself." - Martine Leavitt

"I think the reason for my fascination with craft is what it represents, what it means in our culture, what it means in our history and in humanity. It was the idea that you could go to your butcher to get something, you could go to your tailor to get this, and you could go to your cobbler to get that." - Waris Ahluwalia

"My diminished girth, in tailor phraseology, was hardly conceivable even by my own friends, or my respected medical adviser, until I put on my former clothing, over what I now wear, which is a thoroughly convincing proof of the remarkable change." - William Banting

"There are similarities between being an editor and a tailor. Tailors have a vast supply of fabrics, buttons and thread at their disposal and put it together to make a whole. That's what an editor does - looks at society at a given time and pulls together the interesting aspects into a single issue each month." - Graydon Carter

"I went out of my way to make 'Immortal' sound perfect. 'Immortal,' 'Just What I Am,' and 'King Wizard,' those are perfect beats. Not a lot of people can perform on them. I say that meaning they're tailor-made for me." - Kid Cudi

"Everyone and his Big Brother wants to log your browsing habits, the better to build a profile of who you are and how you live your life - online and off. Search engine companies offer a benefit in return: more relevant search results. The more they know about you, the better they can tailor information to your needs." - Barton Gellman

"Costume designers don't care about trends. They appreciate, above so many other qualities, that tailoring is everything, which is a mantra for the way I dress. Ladies: The most important thing in clothing is to find a good, inexpensive tailor, because clothes at the stores are made for bodies that are anomalies." - Ginnifer Goodwin

"The creation of George Smiley, the retired spy recalled to hunt for just such a high-ranking mole in 'Tinker, Tailor,' was extremely personal. I borrowed elements of people I admired and invested them in this mythical character. I'm such a fluent, specious person now, but I was an extremely awkward fellow in those days." - John Le Carre

"Bespoke tailoring: yes! I found this one pair of pants - they're Canali - and brought them into a tailor and said, 'Clone these, dammit.' They just do all the right things. I've got eight pairs in different colors and I never have to think about pants again. The only look otherwise that suits me is, like, the Professor from 'Gilligan's Island.'" - Douglas Coupland

"I like to delude myself that I'm in the old-Hollywood mode. I just tailor my clothes well and try to keep my skin clear. While it would be great to work out an hour a day, there is something inherently sort of selfish about it. I can't do it." - Tina Fey

"My favorite movies are the ones that are different the second time, or where you're constantly discovering new things. It's not just genre movies, either, and it's not just about twists. I saw 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy' four times in the theater before I realized it's a love story. I love that." - Drew Goddard

"North Americans as a whole need to embrace having clothes altered to their body. I hear it all the time: why do the Europeans always look so good? They have a relationship with their tailor and spend the time and money to make their clothes look their best." - Michael Kors

"The big budget films have money to do things that are not necessarily essential but sure are comforting. The catering is usually much better. And you have way more of anything you could possibly need. You definitely get a trailer. My shirt and suit for 'Million Dollar Baby' were tailor made." - Mike Colter

"If we study learning as a data science, we can reverse engineer the human brain and tailor learning techniques to maximize the chances of student success. This is the biggest revolution that could happen in education, turning it into a data-driven science, and not such a medieval set of rumors professors tend to carry on." - Sebastian Thrun

"Our entire being is fashioned as an instrument of praise. Just as a master violin maker designs an instrument to produce maximum aesthetic results, so God tailor-made our bodies, souls and spirits to work together in consonance to produce pleasing expressions of praise and worship. When we use body language to express praise, that which is internal becomes visible." - Lamar Boschman

"I then wrought at my trade as a tailor; carefully attended meetings for worship and discipline; and found an enlargement of gospel love in my mind, and therein a concern to visit Friends in some of the back settlements of Pennsylvania and Virginia." - John Woolman

"It's hard enough to make a good song and a good recording of that song. But to try to tailor it to some outside force is just like - It's never been a factor in what I've done or what the band's done." - James Iha

"If you sequence a cancerous tumor, you should be able to tailor the therapy according to the root cause of the cancer. But it has taken so long to do the sequencing - which also requires time to prepare the samples and interpret the deluge of data that comes out - that the patients are already undergoing therapy by the process if over." - Eric Topol

"I don't say I create. I copy, of course. I've never been interested in the point of view of the tailor or creator. Fashion is a visual impression. This is why I often refuse the name of fashion designer. It's a superficial, stupid job. The social-psychological aspect is more interesting." - Franco Moschino

"Born of the impossibly varied options we have to amuse ourselves, cutting-edge companies are finding innovative ways to tailor our entertainment choices to who we are, relieving us of the burden of finding the diamond in the rough of 500 TV channels or thousands of movies and music albums released every year." - Marcus Buckingham

"Allah has tailor made the test for each and every one of us and none of us will be given something which we can't bear. I am given something that I can bear and you are given something that YOU can bear. The tests won't be the same for you and me. This is why suicide is the a great wrong because by suicide you're basically declaring, 'Oh Allah this is too much, I can't take it anymore!" - Bilal Philips

"We belong to the community. It is not the tailor alone who is the ninth part of a man; it is as much the preacher, and the merchant, and the farmer. Where is this division of labor to end? and what object does it finally serve? No doubt another may also think for me; but it is not therefore desirable that he should do so to the exclusion of my thinking for myself." - Henry David Thoreau

"See, I think our whole society is much too problem-solving oriented. It is far more interesting to participate in 'problem creation'... You know, ask yourself an interesting enough question and your attempt to find a tailor-made solution to that question will push you to a place where, pretty soon, you'll find yourself all by your lonesome - which I think is a more interesting place to be." - Chuck Close

"The mistake many people make when they go to a bespoke tailor is they often think they need to do something special - either an interesting design feature, or a particularly interesting or unique-looking cloth. I say do the opposite. Stick to something really simple, because this will be a suit that you will really want to wear, so start with something very straightforward and you will get an enormous amount of joy wearing it." - Patrick Grant

"We live our lives by philosophies, amid worldly affairs and occupations that totally absorb us and are a great distance from the manger. In all kinds of ways, God has to prod us and reach out to us again and again, so that we can manage to escape from the muddle of our thoughts and activities and discover the way that leads to him. But a path exists for all of us. The Lord provides everyone with tailor-made signals." - Pope Benedict Xvi

"Our public credit is good, but the abundance of paper has produced a spirit of gambling in the funds, which has laid up our ships at the wharves as too slow instruments of profit, and has even disarmed the hand of the tailor of his needle and thimble. They say the evil will cure itself. I wish it may; but I have rarely seen a gamester cured, even by the disasters of his vocation." - Thomas Jefferson

"A man may be a great statesman, and yet dislike his wife, and like somebody else's. A man may be a great hero, and yet he may have an unseemly passion, or an unpaid tailor. But the British public does not understand this. ... It thinks, unhappily or happily as you may choose to consider, that genius should keep the whole ten commandments. Now, genius is conspicuous for breaking them." - Ouida

"The root of honesty is an honest intention, the distinct and deliberate purpose to be true, to handle facts as they are, and not as we wish them to be. Facts lend themselves to manipulation. Many a butcher's hand is worth more than its weight in gold. What we want things to be, we come to see them to be; and the tailor pulls the coat and the truth into a perfect fit from his point of view." - Maltbie Davenport Babcock

"When you parent, it's crucial you realize you aren't raising a mini-me, but a spirit throbbing with its own signature. For this reason, it's important to separate who you are from who each of your children is. Children aren't ours to possess or own in any way. When we know this in the depths of our soul, we tailor our raising of them to their needs, rather than molding them to fit our needs." - Shefali Tsabary

"There's no question about it. Beaumarie St. Claire and I, we created Irish DreamTime after GoldenEye hit. We made movies like Thomas Crown and The Matador. And in between my stints as James Bond, I'd go off and I'd do something like The Matador or Tailor of Panama, which was spy related, just so I could shake it up. It's a genre which really appeals to me." - Pierce Brosnan



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