Dress code: David Furnish, Film Maker
Monday 14 December 2009
What are you wearing right now?
I am wearing a Tom Ford Prince of Wales check suit, an Hermès scarf and Hermès croc slip-ons. Oh, and 2(x)ist underwear.
Who's your style icon?
Without a doubt, my style icon would be Tunisian-French fashion designer and former creative director of men's clothing at Christian Dior, Mr Hedi Slimane.
What can't you live without?
Tough question! I know – a dog's affection.
Describe the best outfit you've ever worn
I think that the best outfit that I have worn would definitely be the beautiful custom-made Dior suit that was tailored by Hedi Slimane, that I wore for my civil partnership four years ago.
What's in your wardrobe?
After the clear-out for 'Out The Closet,' it's really been pared down to the bare bones. I have, however, saved some Dior for posterity, as Hedi doesn't have his own archive and I just couldn't bear to part with these pieces!
What's in your man bag?
At the moment, it conatins some lip balm, my keys, my BlackBerry, some ginger lozenges, a Moleskin notebook and my Louis Vuitton pen. There's also Bach's Rescue Remedy and some sugar-free mints.
If you could live in any decade, style-wise, which would it be?
The 1920s – I love that era, because it was a time when everything was all about glamour, elegance, and celebrating life.
How often do you look in the mirror?
As little as possible.
The latest Elton John Aids Foundation pop-up shop 'Out the Closet' is open to the public until 19 December.
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