“You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.” Abe Lincoln’s high beams were on when the sixteenth president of the U.S. said that one.
If you factor in the Internet, Lincoln’s quote may require a math adjustment or two, as the transparency of the Internet can stop even the most stylish obfuscators in their tracks. It is harder than ever to keep those fooled people in the dark for very long (Tweet! Tweet!)
Jimmy Kimmel of ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live interviewed several people that attended the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week shows, which were held in New York at the Lincoln Center this week. Their “cool” suffered a serious meltdown once this tape made the rounds.
Remember: It is always better to say I don’t know than to assert that you do when it is painfully obvious you are lying. While it is funny to listen to these cocky wannabe fashionistas make their insipid statements about fashion, it is obviously no way to tailor a credible reputation.
Think twice … speak once … and stop trying to fool people.
“Jimmy Kimmel Live” went to Lincoln Center to have some attendees share their thoughts on a number of brands and designers — if you’re familiar with this segment, you probably know nothing that was mentioned is real.
Read Connor Toole’s the full article at the Elite Daily.