“The reaction was so huge. I never imagined in my life that the 2017 ‘We should all be Feminists’ T-shirt would have such an impact and such an important reaction from the audience.
“I think fashion has to reflect on this argument, this idea of feminism. We are always reminded of our industry and business – but in fashion we must not forget to speak about identity, and I think my collection is about that.”
“I have been organising my apartment – normally I don’t have much time to do this. Rearranging pictures, books, and a little bit of the wardrobe.
“For the last four years I have been living between Paris and Rome – it is impossible to organise well. So this is a good chance to do something now. I spend a long time reflecting on my job and fashion, because in these difficult circumstances it is not only about business, but also identity – and it’s a good opportunity to reflect on the future.
“I am happy that I am working with Dior and the women artists, writers, and dancers, and to help them have a voice – I really like it a lot. The conversation with these women is something I really like to do; this relationship is a new way to work. Also during this time I am in contact with these women – we speak about the situation and our personal life. It’s like a community, in some way, and that is the part I am very happy about.”
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