Weíre not living in a very creative era. Thatís not good or bad; itís just the way it is. I think itís in very bad taste to buy art right now. People should leave it to the hedge-fund owners who want to satisfy their wives. ďHey, I bought a Chinese avant-garde thing.Ē Good for you.

I think itís very important to look sexy at home. I hate it when people say, ďI will take this to the countryside because itís not fashionable anymore.Ē I love being well-dressed when nobodyís looking at me.

At hotels, they always mess up the cleaning. They will do a crease when itís not necessary. You give them a cotton shirt and they dry-clean it. It smells funny, so you have to rinse it again. So I travel light.

If you can tell a manís sexuality by the way he dresses—like a ďgayĒ uniform or a ďmachoĒ uniform—thatís disgusting.

Nowadays, people work out way too much, and they look like invaders from another planet. A guy who works out two hours a day—focusing on his chest because he thinks itís sexy—you canít dress him, even if you send him to the best designer or stylist in the world.

Finance men have money but no taste. Theyíll say, ďMy wife thinks this tie looks good on me.Ē They donít focus on whatís beautiful and whatís not beautiful—they leave it to women.

The rock star who uses a personal stylist to dress him should go to jail. If youíre doing rock and roll, you should know how to dress. You shouldnít need to hire anybody.

Anybody can be a good guest for dinner. When it gets delicate is after one day. The worst guests are the people who come to your place and in the morning they say, ďOkay, what do we do today?Ē

I once wore a pink, ruffled shirt for dinner, and I wish I had never done it. I thought it was funny, but I felt so bad in it I realized I donít have the humor to deal with ugliness.

After youíre 35, itís difficult to drink unless youíre running 10 miles a day. Iím not talking one dry martini every Saturday or something. Iím talking three dry martinis a night. And I donít think thatís possible—itís too much poisoning. Itís not a very sexy way to talk about drinking, but thatís the truth.