"women relate to ivana because she suffered. if she is over the top with her wardrobe, or the things she says, it is forgiven because she has been beaten down and she has risen to the top. america loves an underdog.”
- cindy adams, page six columnist
heidi klum on karl lagerfeld's comments that he'd never heard of her and didn't know who she was: “i don’t know why [karl] said that. maybe he wanted to be in the paper? maybe he doesn’t understand what i do? it’s bizarre to me that he says he doesn’t know who i am because he’s dressed me in the past. i’ve worn karl lagerfeld. not even chanel — his line. lagerfeld doesn’t just send random things everywhere, so it was a big thing for me [to wear his label] to the cfda awards a few years ago. i don’t know how he missed that, when he dressed me that time. but, you know, it’s cool. people can say whatever they want to say. you can’t please everybody, and you can’t live your life wanting to please everybody either.” get the full page six interview online this friday.