Her vague yet wise witticisms throughout the film are wonderful...
"How boring to copy the past -- with all the magnificence of today and tomorrow."
"Within every girl is the possibility of arousing emotion. Without emotion there is no beauty."
While at Harper's Bazaar at the beginning of her career, she wrote these articles called "Why Don't You..." in which she would create an irreverent prose about fashion and modernity.
"The future holds a golden world. It will be for beauty; it will be for intelligent productiveness."
"To me, since the gondola, there's never been anything like the blue jean."
"The first rule that a geisha is taught, at the age of nine, is to be charming to other women... Every girl in the world should have geisha training."
"Prohibition. Insane idea. Try to keep me from taking a swallow of this tea and I’ll drink the whole pot."