Q: Your biggest regret is…
Getting into a street fight wearing a lace shirt — God bless the 80’s.
Q: Please describe your style in three words.
Function, function, function.
Q: What is the biggest mistake one can make when getting dressed?
Wearing anything a size too small.
Q: Do you believe in role models?
Only dead ones!
Q: What are your favourite fabrics?
Cotton and cashmere.
Q: Are there any style combinations that you object to?
Matching socks and underwear.
Q: Which city has the best-dressed men?
Q: Would you say that you are conservative or bold?
Q: What are the rules, if any, in the way you dress?
Never judge a book by its cover.
Q: Celebrities and style…
Rarely go together.
Q: One garment/accessory that you can never have enough of?
Money clips: different ones for different currencies.
Q: A man should always look like…
He’s just had sex!
Q: Who taught you what you know about style?
Q: How do you select your clothing every morning?
In the dark.
Q: The three essential things a man should know about style are…
1. Where to buy a great suit.
2. Style has nothing to do with fashion.
3. What you can wash when the label says dry clean.
Q: Do you have any shopping rituals?
Avoid until absolutely necessary and if it works, buy multiples.
Q: We will never see you wearing…
A lace shirt to a street fight…again!
Q: The most stylish person you have ever seen…
Daniel Day Lewis.
Q: What is the first thing you notice on a man?
Q: The one image that defined your approach to style…
Steve McQueen — Bullitt poster.
Q: Which new designers do you follow and why?
Kiki de Montparnasse. Need I say more?
Q: The only article of clothing that a man needs to pay close attention to is…
His birthday suit.
Q: What are the most treasured items in your wardrobe?
Q: Is comfort an enemy of style?
No! Style is the enemy of comfort.
Q: Which designer never fails to impress you?
Q: Who would you like to see next in “My Style”?
Q: The best words of advice you have ever heard?
“Don’t drink from the mainstream!”