I use this Italian-made, soft-leather bag to carry around my MacBook Air and a couple of legal pads, for when I brainstorm ideas. I feel embarrassed writing on a computer in public, especially in LA, where every aspiring screenwriter and every established screenwriter is sitting in a café with a laptop. I sometimes try to be counterculture and pull out a scruffy-looking notepad instead.
My wife and I got them for our 10th anniversary. It's one of those things that, when you first put on, you think, "I don't know if I can wear this all the time", but once it's on, you feel lost without it. You have to bolt it shut so removing it is tricky, especially when flying; there's nothing more emasculating than being strip searched because you can't get your LOVE bracelet off.
I don't go many places without my laptop, iPad and BlackBerry. I just got an iPhone too, so I've turned into one of those terrible people who have two cell phones. It's pretty ridiculous as I don't have that much going on, but I hate typing on the iPhone. I feel that if I've my gadgets with me there's always a chance I'll get some work done, even if it's just an excuse.
They're just the greatest shoes in the world. I feel very cool whenever I wear these. You don't usually get compliments on shoes, but people always notice them. I think the double monk strap gives you an extra piece of jewellery down on your feet in a weird way - it's a little highlight down there, which is nice.Ralph Lauren Purple Label
Monk Strap Shoes
I love really slim-fit suits and one of my favourite suit makers is Ralph Lauren Black Label, which has a very European cut, and also Purple Label because it's more sartorial. I also have a love affair with Tom Ford. I feel he has an ethos of the Seventies-meets-the- Gatsby-era,which I find so elegant. We have our premiere this week and I'm going to wear Tom Ford.