I just like the basic look. I donâ€™t try and do anything contemporary, but just focus on the classics … rather than mixing up colors. I just find it the more basic, the better.
How do you describe your style?
Derivative of the late â€˜60s fashion, (specifically) the British rock movement of the late â€˜60s, early â€˜70s because thatâ€™s where (and when) I grew up.
What are your favorite pieces?
My Ralph Lauren navy blazer and my Alan Flusser flat-front tan pants.
Where is your favorite place to shop?
I never shop. I know exactly what I want and go and look for it. â€¦ I absolutely never shop. Itâ€™s (usually) going to be Macyâ€™s, Dillardâ€™s or Banana Republic, one of those places.
Who is your fashion icon?
The Kennedys, (specifically) JFK, and their vacation photos. They always had those iconic pictures â€“ classic stylish.
You have a stylish bike, too! Is that a big part of your life?
Iâ€™ve always had a motorcycle, since I was 16. Itâ€™s always been a pleasure to me. (My bike now is) an iconic and vintage Japanese bike. â€¦ Thereâ€™s a group in Louisville with vintage bikes who meet every Wednesday night at The Monkey Wrench on Barret Avenue. This one Iâ€™ve had since April last year; I built it. Itâ€™s a handcrafted bike (similar to the ones in) the late â€˜60s, early â€˜70s that were iconic in London, and it won best in class at the Carl Casper Custom Auto Show here in Louisville. I donâ€™t think thereâ€™s another one like it.