Q: Please describe your style in three words.
Feminine, classic, winsome.
Q: What is the biggest mistake one can make when getting dressed?
Being too trendy, not dressing for oneself.
Q: Do you believe in role models?
Q: What are your favourite fabrics?
I love antique sequins and tarnished shine.
Q: Are there any style combinations that you object to?
Not really. I believe in “to each his own.”
Q: Which city has the best-dressed women?
Q: Would you say that you are conservative or bold?
I’d like to be bold, but I am probably more on the conservative side.
Q: What are the rules, if any, in the way you dress?
My only rule would be to wear what works for you and follow your individual style.
Q: Celebrities and style…
Can be good, can be bad.
Q: One garment/accessory that you can never have enough of?
I have a rainbow of cardigans living in my closet. I love topping off every outfit with a bit more color.
Q: A woman should always look like…
She doesn’t try too hard. Effortless.
Q: Who taught you what you know about style?
Q: How do you select your clothing every morning?
Depends on my mood.
Q: Your biggest regret is…
Getting rid of some Chanel jewellery a few years ago. I was bored of it and didn’t have the foresight to realize I wouldn’t always feel that way.
Q: The three essential things a woman should know about style are…
Don’t be afraid of color. Red lipstick makes everyone look good in photos, and flats are underrated.
Q: Do you have any shopping rituals?
Shopping from friends who are designers—best way to shop.
Q: We will never see you wearing…
Q: Which new designers do you follow/admire and why?
I love Erdem. Pretty prints, so feminine.
Q: The most stylish person you have ever seen…
Q: What is the first thing you notice on a woman?
Q: What are the most treasured items in your wardrobe?
Jewellery from my grandmother.
Q: The one image that defined your approach to style…
Pictures of Kate Moss in the ‘90s.
Q: Which designer never fails to impress you?
Q: One article of clothing that a woman needs to pay close attention to is…
One’s coat. It’s what is seen most.
Q: Is comfort an enemy of style?
Not at all. I find effortlessness inherently chic, and certainly comfort can find its way in there somewhere.
Q: Who would you like to see next in “My style”?
I’d love to see Leith Clark of Lula.
Q: The best word of advice you have ever heard?
Better great tomorrow than good today.