I'm reading this week's issue of Time Magazine and the back cover catches my eye - Kate Winslet is the 'ambassador of elegance' of Longines Swiss watchmakers. She is beautiful as ever, but what really attracts my attention is the single sentence on the entire page - "Elegance is an attitude".
I'm going to try my best to believe this, no - really believe this, since we so often believe that a perfect 10 figure, flawless skin or the most amazing hairdo (or preferably a combination of the three) equals style or grace. How does the saying go? Beauty is in the eye of the beholder - elegance is in the attitude of the bearer.