In this post, you will find great Carpet Quotes from famous people, such as Julie Foudy, R. Kelly, Jameela Jamil, Sarah Lancashire, Conor Oberst. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
I love the smell of a theater. The old rooms and the carpet and all that stuff. I love to tell stories. Even before I was doing music, I saw myself as a director. So most of my songs come in a play form, you know, where there are characters and stories, so I like to go beyond just the song sometimes.
I rarely, rarely – unless it’s a big red carpet – wear all one designer.
Being on the red carpet is both fun and a little nerve wracking, but more fun.
All of these red carpet events may seem natural for you journalists, but it doesn’t feel natural for actors.
Fashion is something I’ve always been interested in… I used to watch the Oscars but paid no attention to the awards… It wasn’t until I started attending red carpet events and was flown out to Paris for my first show, and saw how much is put into it all, that I had this new appreciation for everything.
My clothes are for the international jet set. They are very much for the red carpet.
I live in trainers and baggy clothes, but on the red carpet, I either go for something very pretty from Temperley London or a structured Roland Mouret dress.
Phryne Fisher could walk down the red carpet; Essie Davis is something else.
I didn’t even know I was considered plus-size until I was on the red carpet here in L.A. one day and a lady said, ‘How do you feel about being a plus-sized girl in Hollywood?’ I was like, ‘What’s she talking about?’
When I was younger, I would set up Grammy parties at my house where I would invite all of my friends over, and my whole family would sit in the living room glued to the TV. But I would just dream of someday going there, and I would watch the red carpet interviews over and over and study what was happening.
I like the quiet life sometimes. I also love a bustling press conference sometimes as well. I love a 600 metre red carpet.
I get embarrassed on the red carpet at awards ceremonies. The whole celebrity thing is embarrassing.
Whenever we’re on the red carpet, we look like competition winners. It’s a joke.
I think carpet bombing is an absolutely tremendous idea if the enemy accommodates you by laying himself out like a carpet in the middle of the desert without any civilians or infrastructure around him. Sadly, the Islamic State has learned that that is a losing proposition and does not accommodate us in that way.
Like most people – unless they’re very practised at it or have no warm blood at all in their veins – I feel a little apprehensive about the red carpet. It’s always a bit bewildering when people are taking pictures and asking questions before the ceremony.
For the red carpet, I’m totally a stiletto girl. But in the rest of my life, I’d say I’m 50/50. I love a good heel, but I also have a really great sneaker collection. That’s the Bronx girl in me.
I’ve braved the red carpet when I didn’t feel comfortable, and when I look at the pictures, it always shows!
I have been criticized a lot for not looking perfect in every photograph. I’m not embarrassed about it. I’m proud of it. If I took perfect pictures all the time, the people standing in the room with me, or on the carpet, would think, ‘What an actress! What a faker!’
When I was younger, the red carpet used to terrify me because it’s not about playing a part: you’re not in a film pretending to be someone – you are yourself. It’s intimidating.
We have to review our foreign policy and stop rolling out the red carpet for countries we know to be funding fundamentalism: countries like Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
My favourite way of getting ready for a red carpet event is to turn the hair and makeup time into a bit of a pre-party. I use the same artists all of the time, so we know each other so well – so it’s a ‘hanging with friends’ session. Music, lots of laughing, and food – because you must eat before the event.
I’m not particularly good at ‘celebrity’; I don’t think it was something I was born to do. I think I can get by as an actor, but I’ve never been one for the red carpet and don’t put a lot of stock in celebrities that are famous for being famous.
I go to auditions even now and people say, ‘Oh, she’s too pretty,’ or ‘She doesn’t look like a small-town girl or a girl in high school who would get bullied.’ But that’s the whole point of being an actress – you can look glamorous when you’re on the red carpet, and then bring it all down and be raw onscreen.
If the powers that be really knew how much time I spent thinking about and researching celebrities, they probably wouldn’t let me anywhere near the red carpet. But, please promise not to tell them. I’m harmless, I swear.
There’s something rich and nourishing in the mundane – that isn’t sparkly or red carpet.
Your wedding is your red carpet moment, and while brides definitely can take some chances with style, you don’t want to look like a fad.
I find this wave of super-skinny women scary. I’m not going to lie to you, I’ve got to drag myself down to the gym like everybody else. But I look at the red carpet sometimes and it’s like a pageant.
Jews have had to carry around their own sense of self in a carpet bag and I think perhaps too much emphasis might be being put on nationality and on the other hand patriotism, that sort of thing.
Whether you are a stay-at-home mum, or on the red carpet, or in Afghanistan, the better you feel, the better you do your job.
I prefer clean silhouettes that are almost utilitarian, but I’m not afraid to take risks on the red carpet, either.
It’s always a weird feeling being on the red carpet, but the more I go, the more I try to connect myself to the here and now. And breathe. That’s the way I make the experience a good one. If I think too much – if my head is somewhere else because I’m stressed out – it shows.
I love being on stage and connecting with 2000 people, but you don’t really see me that often at the Logies and all that red carpet stuff. I’d rather just have dinner with my wife and kids.
I’m happier on the runway than I am on the red carpet. Because then I am not being myself. I think, on the red carpet, it’s a weird, like, ‘Who am I? Am I me? Am I them?’
I do not like the red carpet; I prefer the green pitch.
The personal appearances and red carpet events are very glitzy, but it’s a bit false.
At the prom, you are more about boys thinking you’re cute. On the red carpet, you have to please everyone because there are a lot more people looking at those pictures.
I mean, I cried on my first red carpet. I literally walked off and cried because there were so many people and they were all taking pictures and I just felt overwhelmed because I’m a feeler and I’m sensitive.
For the most part, these awards shows, while they are fun, they’re high-pressure for the people who are nominated and for those walking the red carpet.
Since I have that edgy, rocker-tomboy kind of vibe, it can be very difficult to translate my style for the red carpet.
You know, I love plays. I love the smell of a theater. The old rooms and the carpet and all that stuff. I love to tell stories. Even before I was doing music, I saw myself as a director.
It feels good to be a role model for little girls who don’t often see natural hair on the red carpet.
The red carpet is really the only thing that makes me nervous.
Everyone wants to go to the party and the red carpet, but my life is 90% the work.
While red carpets always existed, the importance given to fashionable appearances wasn’t that much in the mainstream music space. And now, even though everyone walks the red carpet, singers are expected to just walk down without waiting to be clicked or celebrated.
Infidelity has always existed, but I feel like it was brushed under the carpet, behind the scenes. Now everyone is at it – and they’ve stopped pretending they’re not.
Imagination is the true magic carpet.
It’s strange for my friends when they see me on TV and in magazines, because the person that they see doing interviews and pictures on the red carpet is not the person that they know.
When I first started going on the red carpet, I wore a lot of Armani, but I didn’t really have my own style apart from that. I think I was just lazy.
I was on this bridge overlooking the carpet… I think it went all the way back to Oregon.
Directing is like looking at the stars on a cloudless night. You get away from all light sources, and you look up, and you see 50 points of light. And a minute later 100 and another minute later 1,000 and then 10,000. And then this swirling gigantic carpet above you, and somehow it all seems to connect.
Faviana is a line that girls can feel super-glamorous in. A lot of their designs are kind of based off of what celebrities wear on the red carpet!
A lot of people didn’t realize that with the carpet being pulled out from under me in such a short time frame I got to such a bad place.
The only place I want to be recognised is the red carpet or an actor, where I am in my professional capacity. Otherwise I just want to be left alone.
I just became less rebellious with clothes, and today, I can slip into appropriate attire according to what the occasion requires, but off the red carpet, I am not that particular about what I wear, and comfort is my main priority.
As much as we love an excuse to dress up, the red carpet is not the place.
I never look at any pictures of myself on the red carpet. I can’t do that.
If Munshi Premchand or Harivansh Rai Bachchan come from U.P., I am ready to put out a red carpet for them, but not for the goons of Azamgarh and Pratapgarh.
I love the Cannes Film Festival. From the lavish parties and events to the red carpet attire, this star-studded week-long event is where I get a lot of inspiration for hair and fashion.
My experience with music, I’m not going to say extremely negative, but it’s definitely been a grind; it’s been grimy – it hasn’t been a pretty process. It’s left me crying, you know, on the carpet in my tiny apartment with, like, no money. But it’s been worth it, it’s my passion, my dream, it’s what I love to do.
The smell of the carpet in a hotel room is the same everywhere.
I live my life outside of the glitz and glamour of the red carpet events, and so you’ll never see me there. I’m never at parties.
Transformation as a female actor is allowed up to a certain extent – as long as they can still recognize you on a red carpet. For a woman to be a shape-shifter, and to be that malleable in spirit, is really not OK with the patriarchy.
I’m not a great socialiser. Nor am I a red carpet person.
You can get racially abused 10 times before you even reach the football stadium. If you’ve been confronted every day with something like that, it’s hard. This is not about people playing the ‘race card.’ This is a reality that people like to sweep under the carpet.
People are looking more and more to Hollywood for fashion trends: who got dressed in what, and what was on the red carpet. Hollywood is becoming a big advertisement.
The Ivory Coast had been begging for ages. The country and the fans love me already, and I haven‘t even done anything. I may not get the red carpet – it may not have the same Nike deals as when you play for England – but I’m going to be playing, I’m going to be loved, and that’s all I want. Nothing else.
I definitely don’t like red carpets. I go on the red carpet because I have to but I’m not a big fan. That’s not my thing. I’d rather be in the studio making music and performing.
That red carpet has to be felt to be believed.
Leaving my house and getting on to a red carpet is always crazy for me, because you have to find a way to be comfortable in the most uncomfortable situation imaginable.
I used to look like a deer in headlights on the red carpet. You step out of the car and it’s bedlam. Everyone’s got crazy eyes.
I want you to be able to go to Aquazzura and find a shoe for every occasion, whether that’s a red carpet ball or picking up your kids from school.
The only thing an actor can do is, whatever lands on the carpet in the hall, you read it, and if you can’t put it down, that’s the job to do.
Red Carpet has a nice package abstraction layer that allows us to support RPMs and DEBs transparently.
I hate all the red carpet stuff. It’s weird, because it’s part of what’s expected of you now.
There are some people, who place enormous value on their home and feel that it defines them, that a stain on the carpet is a personal defilement. There are others, and I think I am one of them, who are entirely indifferent to where they live.
On set is where I feel comfortable. The red carpet stuff, talking about the film, explaining your own life, it doesn’t come naturally. It’s all necessary stuff I suppose but it’s not my strength.
Often you see people on the red carpet with tight up-dos, but that makes me feel stiff.
If you’re blindly loyal to me, then you’re just acting like a crony of mine. If you say you admire me because of the principles for which I stand, I understand that, but then you also have the right to call me to the carpet when you think I’m falling short.
The red carpet is very important. You have to be very careful to have the right person dressed in right way. For me, it has to be a perfect look.
I like to be other people, not me. And when you’re on the red carpet, it’s like, ‘Here’s Tom Hardy.’ I don’t want to be me. That’s why I play other people.
I have a no-kids policy on my website, meaning I won’t publish paparazzi photos of celebrity children. I’ll only post photos that celebrities themselves share on social media, or if the kids are photographed at a red carpet event.
I don’t like dressing up, and I don’t like putting on make-up or doing the red carpet. The only red carpet events I go to are if I’m supporting a friend.
The first red carpet I did was at New York’s Paris Theatre… It was this beautiful night, and everyone is screaming my name. I’m the least pretentious actress you can ever meet. Someone said to me that I look like I’ve been doing this forever, and I said that’s because I watch E!
They never ask the celebrities why they don’t wear their own clothes on the red carpet.
You never want to be caught off guard on the red carpet.
The red carpet is not something I really know how to work. It intimidates me. I feel very tiny.
I guess I get to make films and I love what I do, but there’s also the downside of having to be constantly present and do a lot of press, and go to festivals and do the red carpet. And that’s something that’s more and more part of an actor’s job.
On any given day, if I play the guitar, I can put myself somewhere. I always thought, ‘This is the way you go.’ It’s like a magic carpet, see?
As a woman, and as somebody in the public eye, we always have to be ready for the red carpet and have the nicest outfit, work with the best makeup artist. While all that’s nice, we’re also human beings.
I think the only time that I worry about looking good is on the red carpet.
For me, people see me working with my celebrity clients, but it’s important to show people how they can make their lives their own red carpet every day.
I see all the red carpet paparazzi stuff and I’m like, ‘Really? Do I have to?!’ I like to work and I know that’s part of the job. But you kind of take it in stride.
I’ll definitely wear orange on the red carpet!
Smiling makes a huge difference. A lot of people walk the red carpet and try to be sexy. I don’t do that; I always smile.
For many years I’ve been using Swarovski accessories when styling editorial photo shoots and also for red carpet appearances.
As soon as I walk down that sticky six-mile patterned carpet that welcomes you at Heathrow, I buy the Sunday papers and read the fashion supplements cover to cover. Even though hardly a single word in them seems directed at any male who ever lived, I find them compulsive reading.
I exercise to stay strong, healthy, and stage-ready. I never prepare for a red carpet – I just go with the flow.
The memory of that scene for me is like a frame of film forever frozen at that moment: the red carpet, the green lawn, the white house, the leaden sky. The new president and his first lady.
I really hate the duties of being a celebrity, like getting dressed up for the red carpet.
I don’t get much out of doing a red carpet.
The man who invented the red carpet needed his head examined.
I’m old enough to know that a red carpet’s just a rug, and I’ve been able to enjoy the pageantry without letting it go to my head.
I’ve never been a red carpet hugger unless it is for charity.