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Jim Lahey I am the Liquor shirt
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Receiving an award for the Jim Lahey I am the Liquor shirt . fashion image you put forward is a huge honor. But when you realize the power of fashion at such a young age, even subconsciously, you know it’s going to be a big part of our life. I think we all realize the power fashion has from the very beginning, when you wear your special dress and your daddy says, ‘Oh, you look so beautiful!’ or your grandma fauns over you. You understand that how people see you is important, and a lot of that is what you wear. But after I started my career and it expanded into movies and music, I learned that it’s much more profound than that. Whether it’s in a movie role or a music video that sets a trend for pop culture, or the red carpet, or transcending into a character, or giving you the confidence you need to perform in front of 20,000 people, fashion is about the powerful moments it creates that can inspire you and the world around you.
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“It’s an honor to be recognized Jim Lahey I am the Liquor shirt . by some of the most talented artists and designers in the world for simply doing what you love—thank you. I grew up in the Bronx—some of you may have heard [laughs]. So, of course, I had to wear Ralph Lauren tonight, [who is] also from the Bronx! I know he understands a girl’s love of crop tops, ponytails, sparkles, and a little drama. Growing up there in the ’80s gave me my first fashion influences. As a girl I didn’t have a lot of clothes, but I would cut up my sweatshirts and jeans and make miniskirts out of them, and I’d try to be like my idols—Madonna, Cyndi Lauper. I was also influenced by the people in my neighborhood and the explosion of hip-hop at that time. Being in the epicenter of that—the baggy jeans and the shell-toe Adidas and the Timberland boots and lots and lots and lots of jewelry. Too much jewelry was not enough jewelry. Some things never change. And of course my hoops; I can’t forget my signature hoops!
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