"I struggle to put together outfits. My vintage leopard print blouse looks less jokey Cavalli and a bit Barry Manilow. My trusted Ferragamo patents aren't retro-quirky any more: they make me look like my mum. My jewellery, which used to be witty, now looks tacky. They may not have been perfect clothes in the first place but the protective enclave of the Vogue office had given me confidence to leave home wearing them." - former Vogue UK Features Editor Jo Craven, on getting dressed for a life outside of fashion.
Natalie: "Do you know what an okapi is? It's like a cross between a zebra and a giraffe." Britt: "Oh my god, that's like Roberto Cavalli's dream!"