"I didn't always like gold because, growing up really modest and without money, I never put importance in showy displays of one's means. You know what I mean? But I started to realize that it wasn't about a showy display; it was just about taste and appreciating the beauty in things. I think my perspective shifted. It didn't represent showing what I had anymore; it just represented showing what I liked. I have a very specific taste. I may have a couple options, but I'm not very lavish. I like nice things, but I take care of those nice things. And I think for who I am, that works for me."