How do you put together your stage outfits?
– It depends from time to time, but I actually do have some key words that works for everything. It’s been the same key words for a long time although fashions change. For example, one of my rules is that my look should feel effortless and timeless. I like to show legs but almost no other skin, I want my look too be sexy but at the same time, it must be a bit sporty or hard. Moreover, I don’t want my outfit to be lady like or too cute… Finally yet importantly, I like to have a dark, tight outfit together with one outstanding piece, like an eye-catching jacket. I think it’s fun to be a little dogmatic and not just follow the trends.
Which is your favourite shopping city?
– Well I guess I have to say New York, that city is simply the best.
Do you have any style icon?
– Many of years ago, I had a pretty intense style crush on Debbie Harrie, and I have to admit that one’s still linger… I like her a lot. I also like David Bowie. A more contemporary style icon is Kirsten Dunst. I think she got an aura of easygoing glamour and she’s not perfect and trendy all the time. It gets so boring when people never make mistakes.
Dress or jeans?
Sneakers or high heels?
Fancy details or easy basics?
A perfect hair or a flawless make up?
Staying in or going out?
I NEED both.