The iconic fashion designer admitted he has problems choosing ''it girls'' to star in his campaigns because he thinks they're all so ''stylish, energetic and curious''.
He said: ''I think Gigi (Hadid) is divine and amazing. Karlie Kloss is unbelievable. Rihanna rocks you at every point. These are always the girls I'm attracted to. They're all stylish, energetic, curious ... I love them if they're opinionated.''
The 55-year-old star also listed several A-Listers he's worked with in the past, including Jennifer Lawrence and Jennifer Lopez and said they remind him of Pedro Almodovar's films, which were famed for their themes of desire, passion and family.
He told the New York Daily News newspaper's [email protected] column: ''J.Law'' and ''J.Lo'' ''run through my brain like I'm in an [Pedro] Almodovar film.''
However, it was all about the boys for Michael at Men's Fashion Week in New York on Wednesday (15.07.15), where he presented his Men's Spring 2016 collection in front of critics.
Michael told the audience to ''forget the rules'' and that sweaters are an ''all year round'' must-have.
He said: ''We need sweaters all year round. We need cotton in the winter. We need wool in the summer. Forget the rules!''
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