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Isabel Marant, who happens to be many a woman's spirit-designer, told Into the Gloss's Emily Weiss that "I like the fragility of the woman, but I like a strong woman at the same time. I think I try to put those two ideas together. I don't like the image of a woman being just a sex object. I've always loved those feminist women that were strong and fighting, proving that they are equal to men." Also, "I drink a lot of carrot juice; I feel that my tan and skin is much better because of carrot juice—that's why I'm always quite sun-tanned." [Into the Gloss]