I try to tap into his sense of cool and charm when I dress him. It’s pairing a 3-piece suit with a great pair of argyle socks that will be seen when he crosses his legs (I’m very detail-oriented). That usually hits home the hardest with him; when he looks sharp and feels cool is when he’s most confident. But I know he still wears his cargos and ratty tees in the privacy of his own home. And, that’s fine because he’s a down to earth, laid back, ‘what you see is what you get’ Canadian boy.
— Lindsay Zir on the aspects of Cory’s personality expressed through his style