Your sources of inspiration are...
My deconcentration is my primary source of inspiration: I see a man on the street and a mental movie is in the works, at home while working I might open a link and from there open a hundred others and finding myself who knows where. Then there's physical activity, which allows me to think lucidly, and compensate the nebula I often find myself in, so that I come up with coherent and (more or less) possible ideas.
A typical day for you?
I've very well organized: I wake up at 8am, have breakfast and sit at the computer. At 3pm I spend 35 minutes at the pool, then I have meetings around town, or go to showrooms, if I'm in Milan. In the evening there's either an event, or I go out with my girlfriends, or I read and watch documentaries.
How would you define your style?
Random. Actually #atrandom. I don't have a precise style. It all depends on my hair, which I constantly change. When it was platinum blonde I only dressed fifties-inspired, when it was styled like Jean Seberg I'd go with the sixties, now I'm between the seventies and the nineties. The common denominator is definitely vintage, because I hate the idea of homologation and prefer research.