MONTGOMERY FRAZIER: “I feel like myself when I dress in this fashion, possibly a re-incarnate feeling from a past life, in the days of Czarist Russia….”
MONTGOMERY FRAZIER: “Pattern against pattern dictated this ensemble and then pairing them with solids, which helped to not overkill the patterned theme…”
MONTGOMERY FRAZIER: The contrast between mustard and burgundy is such a fashion viewpoint….not commonly paired together by the masses…and the geometric design sweater with the pinstripes gives it a conservatively radical edge…
MONTGOMERY FRAZIER: “My “personal relationship in this outfit” was to achieve the objective of coordinating a specific amount of outfits, unplanned, in a finite amount of time…”
MONTGOMERY FRAZIER: “This outfit has more to do with the silhouette, colors and patterns….not so much about textures.”
MONTGOMERY FRAZIER: “I was in a rather patriotic mood when I composed this homage to Americana-ism…I wanted to look crisp, modern and patriotic without looking red-neck, or tacky by wearing an American flag anywhere on my person.”
MONTGOMERY FRAZIER: “I’ve always been influenced by Hollywood movies, and certain actors’ style has always resonated with me, namely Cary Grant and Gary Cooper.”
special guest interview: MONTGOMERY FRAZIER talks about 1st OUTFIT: #1 in 9 acts + with introduction
MONTGOMERY FRAZIER: “I dress myself like I’m always in some kind of movie, called The Montgomery Frazier Story."
ELEMENTS OF STYLE: is specifically assembled in between special guest features as a pictorial complement to theCHIC INDEX interview. Viewing the.....
LUCIA HWONG GORDON: “…I try to purchase individual things that will become a part of the whole wardrobe ensemble. The dress has my favorite Indian fabric colors of bronze, gold and jewel tones.”