"Prince tells us that he was born in the Panama Canal Zone and hints that his parents worked as spies. His mother used to hide in closets to watch people, he claims. Asked about his father, he gets awkward and diverts attention by announcing that his parents locked him in a wardrobe for much of his childhood. 'For my first 15 years,' he jokes, 'I thought I was a suit.' He will also declare, 'I don't think it's really that important to know who I am.' He warns that he has a short attention span, that he immerses himself in the fantasy worlds of films, books and magazines. 'I make things up,' he says frankly. 'I can't be trusted.'" - on Richard Prince, from the Daily Telegraph.
"I had no idea about Louis Vuitton, or what it was... The only reason I did it was because of Marc." --Richard Prince, in Influence.