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Liz McKiver

Interview

What is your ideal office?

 

190 Bowery. Watch this space!

 

What idea has made a defining impression on you?

 

That love conquers all.

 

What is the good life?

 

Spending time with my family.

 

What do you consider your greatest achievement?

 

My children.

 

How would you like to be remembered?

 

As having integrity.

 

What has been your biggest disappointment?

 

None so far.

 

What was your most difficult decision?

 

Moving to America.

 

What does love feel like?

 

Safe, peaceful, excited. Happy and sad. Wanting to be with that person always but with a deep fear of losing them.

 

What is your most treasured belonging?

 

I don’t really get so attached to stuff.

 

If you had to do something different for a living, what would it be?


Working as a doctor.

 

What is the last thing you changed your mind about?

 

Lunch, ten times over.

 

What is the first thing you think about in the morning?


Checking emails and coffee.

 

What would your uniform be?

 

Anything navy with Tabitha Simmons shoes.

 

When was the first time you were emotionally affected by style?


Getting ready for a school disco in Glasgow and wearing a very cool glitter jacket and feeling amazing!

 

What do you look for in a talent?

 

That they are having confidence in their craft, that they are owning it.

 

What was the last encounter that made a remarkable impression on you?


A few days ago I saw the body of a very young man lying on an empty street in DC from a drug overdose. It was incredibly sad and I can’t get him out of my head.

 

What is more important for you, talent or skill?

 

Both are important qualities. But true talent is unique and something that cannot be learned. 

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