"At the moment I'm working in the studio wearing a pair of obligatory G Star tight fitting black denim jeans. I have a nice, black V neck jersey I found in a store in Covent Garden with a black shirt from H & M. I like black."
Favourite designers / labels?
"My favourite designer is without a doubt Vivienne Westwood as I love couture and she always makes something which I can wear both formally and in the club while DJing. I also like DSquared, Diesel, G Star and Galliano (when I'm feeling flush) but I also like to wear simple stuff from the likes of H&M and Zara the saviours of high street fashion."
"I live in Sheffield and my favorite shop was without doubt Brother to Brother as they stocked Westwood, amongst others but now that's closed I have to travel to Manchester, London and Leeds for my clothes. American Apparel is always a favorite and I love the G Star shops for daywear."
How do you shop? Online / often?
"I like the whole experience of going to the store and trying the clothes on so I never ever shop online. I love to browse around, get somebody to pull out all the new gear and dress me up. As far as how often I would do it, every day if I could and sometimes do. I have to say I'm a complete shopaholic and very dangerous with the old plastic."
Most treasured possession and why?
"I have a Vivienne Westwood full-length winter coat in tweed which cost me an absolute fortune. I can only wear it when it's really cold as it's so bloody big. Needless to say it doesn't come out very often but I love it nevertheless."
What are you up to?
"I'm currently writing a D.Ramirez artist album which I'm aiming to get done in a few months. After that I plan to take the live show on the road and tour over the summer (if the album's ready, I'm a slow worker) I'm also doing a few club tracks which I'll be releasing on my label Slave and I'm touring every weekend around the world with my DJ sets."
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