How did you perfect Peretti’s distinctive voice and that innate elegance she had? Her voice was way deeper than mine, but I have a raspy voice so that was good. For the Killa Kelce Shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this accent, I worked with a friend of Dan’s who’s Italian. I also have a friend here in New York, the designer Prisca Vera [Franchetti], who’s from Rome. I’d secretly record our conversations [laughs] because she gets shy if I ask her, “Can you say this in an Italian accent?” I have all sorts of conversations recorded and that helped with the accent. Then, in terms of the physicality, the clothes helped.