QUESTION: Riley, what name so ... original. Does it mean anything?
ANSWER: I'm Irish. Well, I was born in Los Angeles, but my father (the musician Danny Keough) is Irish. And I had a name that comes from Ireland.
Q: And your last name is pronounced ...
R: 'Kio', is also Irish.
Q: But you use more Presley.
A: No, no. Presley is the maiden name of my mother. I am Riley Keough, pure and simple.
Q: So in your face is something of your famous grandfather.
R: See? I do not need the name (laughs). I take writing in the face.
Q: Has worked for Dior, Dolce & Gabbana ... ¿Mango is not too casual for you?
A: Absolutely not. It is an honor that I have chosen the image. I love to make quality clothing at a good price.
Q: In one month turns 20. Would you like to move to the score?
A: Well ... The truth is that I love being a 'teenager'. I'm not exactly looking forward to meet the twenty.
Q: What good is being an adolescent?
A: It lets you do more nonsense ... Just kidding.
Q: Teens often difficult.
A: It is not my case. I've never been a difficult teenager. Seriously, I've always been pretty good girl. I have my moments of rebellion, but in general I have been obedient.
Q: Your mother, Lisa Marie Presley, despite having been a rebel, has a reputation for being very strict on their children's education.
A: It is. Even the 18 years she put many limits, such as not arriving home late. But now I have the majority, I am an adult.
Q: Is it true that the parade 14 years in Milan against the will of his mother?
A: Not really. But it is true that at first she was very skeptical. Was concerned that the business of fashion can be a tough environment for a child. In the end, agreed.
Q: You worked with Kate Moss. How is it?
A: Great. I love it.
Q: Do you want to look like her?
A: I have thought about doing this for the rest of my life. I do not know very well what I am going to dedicate ...
Q: What music, perhaps?
A: I love playing the piano, but I never devoted to music in a professional manner.
Q: To avoid comparisons?
R: So because I never thought about being a singer. Yes I wanted to be a classical pianist. But it was not difficult because I learned music theory. I play the piano by ear. I guess it was something in the genes ...
Q: Elvis, your grandfather, is a myth. For you too?
A: It seems strange that, no. I feel for him so any grandchild feels towards his grandfather, except, of course, for that little ... difference.
Q: You have known, but what image is it?
A: At home I was never said: "This was your grandfather and was a big myth." Just grew up with it, seeing it everywhere. And finally accepted as something natural. Of course, I admire. I love his music. I grew up with it. It is something that is still alive.
Q: The music or your grandfather?
A: (Laughs) His music, of course, not him.
Q: Do you understand the fanaticism around Graceland?
A: Sure. It seems crazy, but logical, because he did something really big.
Q: You landed on several front pages with your mother and grandmother, Priscilla. Is there something in common in women Presley?
A. In regard to personality? No. We are totally different. My mother is probably the strongest of the three. My grandmother is sweeter. I've gone over it.
Q: Your mother has been married several times ...
(Here the journalist involved, with a dry cut, "Please ask to talk fashion," ordering).
Q. Riley, does not want to answer that?
A. Well, I wanted to ask what exactly?
Q: If you are afraid to pass him like your mother in their marriages with Nicholas Cage and Michael Jackson, which lasted only a few months.
A: I do not know. I have not thought of marrying.
"No boyfriend '
Q: Upon entering, I have been asked not to ask for her boyfriend.
A: You can ask. But at this point is that I am not dating anybody.
Q: I have also been warned not ask about Scientology.
(Again involving the publicist: "Riley, do not answer to that).
A: Excuse me, but is it a secret cult or something? I see Tom Cruise as hidden ...
A: No, no ... (Laughter) Of course, it is no secret. But it is a personal choice and not be able to explain it.
Q: Tell me then, its principles.
A: My principles are: integrity, being faithful to your beliefs and do not hurt other people.
Q: Is a conservative girl?
A: I do not know. Let me think ... I think not much.
Q: Have you recently seen your former stepfather, Michael Jackson?
A: No. I have no contact with him.
Q: What about bad memories?
A: No, no, oh no. All good.