A DAPPER MAN:
You’re a scoop of ice dream, which taste would you be and why?
I would probably be the most sour lime sorbet found on this earth. A bit misunderstood from time to time, but pretty fresh.
What’s your favourite ’00s video game?
I played a lot of Tekken on my Playstation 2. Never figured out what buttons to press for the different moves, but I won anyways.
If you and your closest friends was a band, what type of music would you play?
We would probably try to be pretty exclusive with a mix of jazz, soul and something fancy. But we would probably end up with some more mainstream beats in the end.
Describe your style with two words.
Classic and less is – definitely – more.
What can be bought today and still be worn in 10 years?
Good jeans, a good coat or a necklace.
What’s the oldest piece of clothes you have and still use?
When I was about 12, I stole one of my dads wool Hugo Boss turtlenecks. It was way too big back then, but now it fits perfect and makes me feel very adult.
Your three favourite brands?
All Saints, Our Legacy and Tom Wood
Stylewise; witch movie character are you?
I would love to say legend James Dean in ‘Rebel Without A Cause’ – but I’m not there yet. For now, I’m probably more a Brandon from ‘Beverly Hills 90210’.
What is your favourite accessory?
A silver ring or a piece of gum.
How do you pick your accessories?
Out from proportions. The size and style depends on the clothes I’m wearing.
What has been your biggest fashion-fail?
When I was younger, I loved those denimshorts that lengths underneath the knees. Not my favorite anymore.
How many minutes do you use on grooming in the morning?
About 10 I think. Shaving followed by washing my face and hair. It’s the evenings that takes a bit longer.
Your “can’t-live-without”-grooming product?
A faceoil. My skin doesn’t really greet moisturisers, so I always use oil-based grooming products.
How do you drink your coffee?
I drink it differently every time. I like to appear mysterious like that.
Your signature drink/cocktail?
A Tom Collins with a bit more lime than how the bartender would mix it.