“I have a twin brother, and our parents dressed us almost identically for years. When I was a teenager, it started to bother me. I really wanted to have my own life, my own personality, and clothes were the perfect vehicle for that. I tried a lot of styles over the years before I found my own. Ironically, my brother is also into clothes now and dresses a bit like me, but in a more corporate style.“
A Marni jacket I found on eBay. When I received it, the box was all torn up, but it was in perfect shape, like new. The fabric is very dense and dry, which I love.
This belt was made by a friend – his brand is called Maximum Henry. He’s also made several Western belts for me over the years. I have them in a range of colors, from pink to red to yellow to brown.
Someone important to me gave me this vintage T-shirt. I have no idea what the print means, but it makes me laugh. I’ve always loved these oldfashioned ringer tees: T-shirts with the neckline in a contrasting color.
Celine jeans. I don’t often buy designer pieces, but when I saw this style, I couldn’t resist. I had to wait a few months to get them hemmed because of lockdown. There are more serious problems in life, of course.
Leather boots by the Australian company R.M. Williams. I’ve been wearing almost nothing but this brand since college, with the exception of a few classics by Chuck Taylor, Stan Smith or Samba. I don’t need anything else.