There are two cool things about the Esquire March piece on violinist
1. As the latest face of Giorgio Armani's new fragrance, Eau de Nuit, we'll be seeing more of him in Armani's super-sleek cuts.
2. He shares the sartorial secrets of how he manages to look so good in bespoke menswear while playing:
"To play the violin, I had to wear badly fitted jackets that allowed me to move the way I needed to move. And because I loved clothes and I loved to perform, this was a big problem. So when I was 19, I went to a tailor to get a proper tailor-made suit - something that would fix this problem of mine. And the suits he made me...no luck. So I went to another tailor a few years later - someone who made clothes for people who shoot and hunt - and he found a way to make me a structured, fairly close-fitting jacket with a slit in the back so that I could have full mobility in my shoulders to perform. It made all the difference in the world."