I don't have any style icon, but I get a lot of inspiration from historical fashion.
I don't read much about the celebrities, but of course I sometimes see pics of nice outfits. However I am a bit tired of everybody praising the originality every time Kate Moss is caught by paparazzies wearing some old or comfy clothes.
My style icon, the person who has had the biggest influence on my style, is my dad.
We used to buy all my clothes together as a child, and I can remember so many hours sat on the floor of tailors whilst he went through suit after suit. I've grown up seeing him put himself together in the morning before work, and I think watching him build his outfits has really affected how I built up my outfits.
I really see his sense of colour and texture in the way I dress, and although we obviously don't dress the same, I think we have the same style.
The other month I went to a costume party as Karl Lagerfeld and I realised that I don't actually dress much differently from Karl! For a start I had the costume at hand in my wardrobe.
Plus, I have a ponytail and Chanel sunglasses and skinny jeans and velvet jacket. Plus, over the past year I have lost a lot of weight, like he did. I think I am him reincarnated :O!
Ha, he is a style icon for me - he has such a perfect style.
The Rolling Stones
Women as seen by Schiele, Klimt and Monet.
Angela in Une Femme est Une Femme
Jane Birkin, her daughters and Serge Gainsbourg.
The Vogue Paris team
Wallis Simpson aka the Duchesse of Windsor