GQ: Is fashion a young man’s game?
Jimmy Goldstein: That’s what happens to most people. And I take pride in the fact that I’ve remained young. I still feel like I’m in my twenties. And I still try to follow what’s going on, what’s new, what’s changing, and not get caught up in staying the way I was. Most people don’t do that.
GQ: There’s something to aging gracefully, but there’s something heroic about fighting.
Jimmy Goldstein: Well I’m a fighter. I’m in denial about my age. I’ll admit it. But I still go out with girls in their early twenties. I hang out with young people, that’s where I feel comfortable. And there’s no question that young people admire me for the way I dress. Whereas old people don’t get it. So the young age group is where I belong.