In 2007, before Tyler Okonma was even legally allowed to vote, he co-founded the hip-hop collective Odd Future, in Los Angeles. Fifteen years later, Tyler, the Creator (as he’s better known) has released six solo studio albums, won two Grammys for Best Rap Album (for 2019’s Igor and 2021’s Call Me If You Get Lost), created a musical festival (2019’s Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival), and turned his talents to fashion. Odd Future makes streetwear, such as hoodies and T-shirts with graphic designs of donuts that spell out O.F. In December, a few months before he started a world tour, he launched a high-fashion line, Golf le Fleur. He designs everything, from the mohair sweaters to the embossed top-handle attachés and the hair picks, and people are loving it, as evidenced by the line’s brisk sales at retailers such as Neiman Marcus. Herewith, he shares his key components to the good life. —Jensen Davis

Airline: Private.
Airport: Van Nuys.
Album: In Search Of …, by N.E.R.D.
: “Yeah, I did!”
App: Notes.
Bag: Louis Vuitton trunk.
Bedtime: Nine p.m.
Birthday: March 6.
Breakfast: Anything that I can put maple syrup on.
Car: A darkened-Kelly-green Ferrari LaFerrari.
: Seattle.
: I don’t drink alcohol, but I do like a vanilla chai latte.
Couple: Tina Kunakey and Vincent Cassel.
Date: Bike ride during golden hour.
: Tyler Okonma.
Diet: Whatever makes you happy.
Dinner, weekday: I eat anything I want during the week—or on the weekend—because my life’s awesome.

Disguise: A bad wig.
Dress: A pretty dress to match that really bad wig.
Drive: Sunset Boulevard during golden hour.
Enemy: I have no enemies.
Escape: Music.

I don’t really make excuses—it is what it is.

Family: They’re cool.
First Lady: Fuck the government.
Flaw: My voice.
Good-bye: Just leaving the place.
Jacket: My brown Golf le Fleur bomber jacket.
Last meal: Soul food or Eggo waffles.
Movie: Napoleon Dynamite.
Pants: Brown Gucci pants that I wear every day.
Pet: I want a crested gecko lizard or an Airedale terrier, but I’m allergic to dogs.

President: President Shawn Carter of Def Jam back in 2006.
Restaurant: I love Cracker Barrel’s pancakes.
Ride: Any ride on the tour bus at night to the next city.
: Black Solovair loafers.
Singer: Pharrell Williams.
Stage: Madison Square Garden. Not that it’s the best shows—but being able to perform there back-to-back is very monumental.
TELEVISION series: Freaks and Geeks.
Theme song TO your life: “You Can Do It Too,” by Pharrell Williams.
Time of day: Golden hour.
Vacation: My life’s kind of a vacation—I’m mad blessed.
View: I love the view at my house.
Wake-up time: Six a.m. I do not like nighttime.

Tyler’s Essentials

Clockwise from top left: Tina Kunakey and Vincent Cassel; Sunset Boulevard; Gucci pants; a Golf le Fleur x Globe-Trotter suitcase; Solovair loafers; Napoleon Dynamite.