The style of a man’s clothes grows out of the style of the man himself, as an individual, rather than the other way around. A man has to understand himself before he can understand his style.
People’s lives having changed, and there being less rigor in dress, people feel more free not to follow the customs that existed once upon a time. Everything is – don’t misunderstand me, but – a little more vulgar. Because unfortunately, often when one goes beyond some form of rigor, one ends up in the ridiculous, the obvious, and the banal.
For a woman, one day she wears something, the next day she throws it out. For men instead, some things remain. Things that are chosen with care."