Nick Demetros Q&A

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Scale of 1-10, how much anxiety do you have about answering these questions?

A solid 8! 

Who is your dream wedding date?
Robin Williams. I would want to try to bring him as much joy as he has brought me. 

What is something most people love that you don't understand?

FROZEN. It's a mediocre movie at best. Moana and Tangled are exponentially better.  

What is your pet peeve?
When someone's texting energy doesn't match their real life energy.
If you were an animal, what would you be?
I'd want to be a lobster, because they live for over one hundred years, are blue-blooded like aristocrats, and stay fertile all their lives. I also like the sea very much. Just like Colin Farrell in The Lobster.
Have you ever been part of a photoshoot before? 
Only once before! 
Describe your worst hair cut. 
When I was in elementary school my mom convinced me to let her give me a buzz. She forgot to oil the clippers and I had chunks of hair missing, but it was too late at night to have a barber fix it. I had to go to school like that the next day. It was so embarrassing. 
What do you spend your money on? 
Films, books, records, food, and drink! 
React to this quote: "Either you know fashion or you don't." - Anna Wintour
I don't believe there's anything objective about fashion. Everyone has different tastes and expresses themselves in a unique way. Fashion is an extension of the self, and that's beautiful however each individual interprets it. I don't like the concept of what's "in fashion" or trends. Just like what you like!

    What is a sacrifice you're happy you made? 

    Quitting dating to wait for the right person. 

    What is something you romanticize doing, but probably never will? 

    Moving to the wilderness to escape society like the guy in 'Into the Wild' :)

    Do you have a favorite vintage garment? 

    A brown corduroy hat from my grandfather. I found it in his closet in Georgia after he passed away, and there were still some tobacco remnants in his pocket from his pipe! 


    What is a concept our culture thinks is new, but really isn't?

    This is the question I have to think about the longest. It's a tough one. I suppose I would say any "new age" concepts that appear to be new, but are really as old as time. Living in these modern days it's tough to be human while inundated with all of this technology. I don't think we're meant for a lot of it. Things like meditation, exercise, sunshine, fasting, cold showers, eating right, and anything else that could take you back to the beginning; these things seem new, but they're ancient. 

    Thanks, Nick