Why I think Ivanka Trump’s hair was too short
This week, we have an interview with one of the most influential voices in fashion history, the former fashion editor and stylist of the New York Times, the most talked about and talked about woman in fashion, and the daughter of the fashion industry.
The conversation is part fashion editor, part fashion historian, and part fashion observer.
You’re a writer for The New York Post, and your book, The Hair Revolution, was named one of The New Yorker’s 100 Greatest Books of the 20th Century.
What was it about the hair that you found so compelling?
Well, I think for me, it’s about the way we’re treating our hair, and in my opinion, it was a very, very brave moment for women.
I think it was very brave for the women of the world.
There was a time, especially in the United States, where you were considered less feminine than your father, and we were doing things like trying to make women’s hair thinner.
It’s not just that it was cutting your hair short, it is also trying to force women to conform to a certain standard, to a particular way of looking, to some very rigid standards of beauty.
And I think there’s this kind of expectation that women who are wearing tight, short hair, they must be feminine.
They must be beautiful.
And that really just didn’t happen in my lifetime.
But I think I’m more interested in the way that women have managed to reinvent themselves in terms of their hair.
I was surprised that, even in the 20s, when people were still struggling with hair, it wasn’t that they were trying to shave their heads.
It was more of a thing where they were saying, I want to change my hair to look more feminine.
And so they would shave it.
And then they would have it professionally done, or they would do it by the salon.
And it was just a very different kind of hairstyle than it is now.
So it’s really a story about the journey of women, and I think that’s why I’m really interested in it.
What are some of the other stories you can tell about your experience as a stylist and a journalist?
The most interesting thing that I remember from working with other women in the fashion world is how they were dealing with the pressures and the fear that you have to be feminine in your appearance.
You have to look like a man.
You must be masculine.
You should look like an American, or a European, or whatever.
So you have these sort of cultural expectations, and women are constantly under those.
And they’re constantly told to conform.
And if they don’t, it means they’re not masculine enough.
And in a way, that’s very liberating.
And you can get away with that for a while, but it becomes very hard to change those expectations.
So I think the thing that has been most striking to me about the fashion industries is that it’s the first time in history that a woman has managed to manage to transform her hair and not just her appearance.
And I think part of that is because, for me as a fashion editor for 20 years, it just didn`t seem possible to do that.
So even though the models and the models’ agents and the designers are all women, they are all very, much like me.
And what I saw with these designers and models was that they had to do what was necessary to achieve the best results, and they were often doing things that were actually very painful to the women who were working in those industries.
So that really helped to make me want to start writing about fashion in a very direct and very authentic way.
I have a kind of voyeuristic view of it, but I can imagine it was an amazing experience to work with so many women who had no idea how to do it properly, and to be able to get to work on women who, in my view, were still trying to break down that cultural barrier and create a whole new kind of femininity for themselves.
I don’t think you ever quite get there, I just think you eventually kind of stumble into it.
You start to see how people really work in a fashion industry, and you see the kinds of expectations they have to live up to.
And at the end of the day, I feel like that is the most liberating thing about being a fashion stylist.
What was the most surprising thing about working in fashion?
When I first started, I never thought that there would be an issue in the industry.
I never imagined that I would be doing this, that I’d be doing it in a professional way.
But I think when you really do the research, you really think about the people who are making those decisions.
And once you start to look at the way they do it, it makes it kind of like a real-life experiment.
And the most incredible thing about that experience is that I was able to talk to these people,