Y.C.C.M.H. - Hello Sir. Let´start with a quick introduction, shall we? Please, introduce yourself.Jacques Shu - My name is Jacques Shu. I am french, born in Paris from chinese parents.
Y.C.C.M.H. - Where are you located and what do you do?Jacques Shu - I am based in Paris and I work as a PR.
Y.C.C.M.H. - We´re talking fashion here, so describe your style.Jacques Shu - My style is very effortless. A mix of basic pieces with stronger pieces.
Y.C.C.M.H. - Who or what inspired your sense of style growing up?
Jacques Shu - I would say my godmother who was a beautiful woman, very chic, very parisienne and a great intellectual (she was the translator for many novels of Kawabata from japanese to french).
Y.C.C.M.H. - For advertising, what would you choose: Digital or film?Jacques Shu - Digital, more practical.
Y.C.C.M.H. - Favorite article of clothing or accessory.Jacques Shu - My midnight blue velvet suit from De Fursac; My Rolex which was a gift from me to me - Christmas gift (pictured below); and my kimono shirt by Gucci from Tom Ford´s last collection.
Y.C.C.M.H. - What´s the most inspiring you´ve seen lately?Jacques Shu - Landscapes of the coast Vicentina in Portugal (pictured below) and the Atlantic side.
Y.C.C.M.H. - What is the most important accessory for a man?Jacques Shu - A nice watch, self-confidence and a good sense of humor.
Y.C.C.M.H. - If you had the opportunity to run a fashion show, what would be your chosen playlist?Jacques Shu - Disco with mega bass boost.
Y.C.C.M.H. - Where´s your favorite place to escape and maybe, get inspired?Jacques Shu - I am often off to Lisbon (pictured below). I love Portugal. It´s one of my favorite places in the world. And I try to go to Thailand once a year. It is my favorite country in the world.
Jacques Shu - LOVE!
Y.C.C.M.H. - Favorite cocktail? (just because)Jacques Shu - Virgin Mary (I don´t drink alcohol).
Y.C.C.M.H. - Anything else that you feel like sharing?
Jacques Shu - My moto: Il vaut mieux l´échec d´un instant plutôt que le regret d´une vie!
[Better to have the failure of one moment rather than the regret of a lifetime!]