A bow tied Goreski (above) took a break from his on-camera duties to discuss his love of Louboutins, his despair over “deep-v” T-shirts, and his penchant for all things shiny and bright.
Define your style in three words: Colorful, geek, chic.
Daily uniform: Jeans of varying styles and washes, a button down, always a killer pair of shoes—and a pop of color somewhere.
Greatest hits: Thom Browne grey suit, Versace fringe jacket, bright orange Jil Sander suit, and Swarovski Crystal Christian Louboutin high tops.
The stylist's well worn Wooten slippers.
Preferred footwear: Christian Louboutins, Stubbs and Wootens.
Finishing touches: Bow tie, glasses.
Nighttime look: A well-tailored suit with some kind of flair, whether it’s sequins or a bright color—or, I add a leather jacket to give myself some edge.
Best recent discovery: Maison Martin Margiela Untitled candle, SK II Signs Eye Mask.
Goreski's bow ties.
Favorite stores: Gray Gallery in LA, Momofuku Milk Bar, Flight Club, Lawson Fenning.
Style pet peeve: Embellished jeans, deep v-neck tees.
Style icons: Michael Bastian, Thom Browne, Tom Ford, Simon Spurr.
Last purchase: Thom Browne brogue boots with taps on them, half of the Mr. Porter sale.
Lusting after: Givenchy Bird of Paradise sequin pants from Spring 2012, floral printed pants and bedazzled shoes from Prada Spring 2012, a Tom Ford suit, gold lurex suit jacket from Gucci Spring 2012, and a royal blue suede cropped Versace bomber.
Favorite haunts: ABC Kitchen, the TV room in my house, Boom Boom Room, the Mercer Hotel, One Lucky Duck.
Winter survival strategy: Stay in LA—and/or try not to go anywhere cold for more than two weeks.
Portraits: Marco Vasini/Bravo