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What Was Your Biggest Fashion Mistake?

I think you're looking at it right now. ¿Jason Biggs

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Kanye West

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Charlotte and Samantha Ronson

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Naomi Watt

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WWD Scoop issue 09/29/2008

I think you're looking at it right now.
Jason Biggs

I just learn from my mistakes.
Kanye West

Growing up, it was important that my twin sister [Samantha] and I looked exactly the same. So when we were 13, she cut her hair really short at a barber shop and I had to do so as well. Not cute.
Charlotte Ronson

Way too many.
Jessica Alba

Many, but I'm always prepared to rake risks. Sometimes I feel like blending in and sometimes I don't.
Naomi Watts

I’m young. Everyone makes fashion mistakes then. You're supposed to look like a dork.
Kirsten Dunst

Knock on wood, I haven't had an awful one yet. Now, I'm going to fall over and my dress is going to rip.
Kate Mara

There's this really long Gaultier coat with broad shoulders I bought when I was still a student. It must have been 1996. As I'm not very tall, on me it was terrible!
Olivier Theyskens

The MTV Awards in the nineties. I wore yellow leather jeans. They were a creamy colot. They were beautiful. On top of that, I had a striped tube top — it was high-fashion, designer cashmere. And over that, a fur vest. It was overload central.
Sheryl Crow

 

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