You have become a household name in the fashion industry – to what do you attribute your status?
Lots of hard work, a love of the hustle, and a persistence to not accept the word 'no'.
You have been coined one of the 50 most stylish men in media – we agree. When do you feel the most comfortably dressed?
In sneakers, jeans, and a cashmere sweater. I always say comfort trumps all.
Speaking of comfort, we understand you collect sneakers – what are your go-to kicks these days?
I'm into Adidas Stan Smith's recently. And Adidas' Rod Lavers. There's something about the all white thing with a hint of green that I'm into. Reminds me of a golf course.
If Yale Breslin was a brand, what would its signature piece be?
A grey cashmere crew neck sweater with elongated arms (my arms are long!).
What key items do you always have on-hand when running around town?
iPhone, my written diary, my computer, all sorts of chargers and power cords and a slew of pencils.
How do you prefer to 'run' around town? Walking? Taxi? Subway? Citibike?
CITIBIKE in the Fall/Summer, Subway/Taxi if it's longer than a bike commute.
You often travel to London for work – what are your travel essentials?
You have recently interviewed extremely high caliber talent such as Cara Delevigne for Vogue Japan – who have been some of the most interesting people with which you have sat down? Who is your dream interview candidate?
I always wanted to interview Anderson Cooper, only because I'm sure I could learn a tip or two from his tactics. I also think it would be fun to interview/cook with Martha Stewart. Who wouldn't love that?
Do you have plans to take your fashionable writing to any other levels? Into any other space?
Maybe a book?! Time will tell.
If there were 5 things you could change about the city you live in, what would they be?
Bigger apartments, more parks/gardens, the ability to jump in a car if I needed to, decrease the price of rent, and have those people that I value most in my life not take jobs in other cities.
We hear that your apartment is as sartorial as you are – how would you describe your interior décor style?
Thank YOU! It's functional, a little bit colorful, very comfortable, and extremely practical. Oh, and very very very clean. Always!