From the Daily Mail website:

In the glamorous gloom of London’s Ronnie Scott’s on a stormy weekday afternoon, Bryan Ferry is sitting on a battered velvet chair.

Artfully crumpled, his long legs stretch out to reveal moss-green cashmere socks and Berluti loafers.
The effect is, as ever, faintly remote and effortlessly stylish.

At 67, Ferry remains impossibly handsome, which surprises him.

‘You know, I have a photo of myself taken when I was a fine art student at Newcastle University. I’m standing in Eslington Terrace in Jesmond next to my car, this beautiful American Studebaker. It’s strange.

‘I look at it now and I look exactly the same as I did then. Maybe a few more lines and more than a few years more age but the silhouette is identical. Same haircut, same lines in the clothes, same posture.

‘I’ve never really changed from who I was. I’ve just sort of developed along those same lines I’d always been on.’

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Why Bryan Ferry is taking us back to the Roaring Twenties (Daily Mail)