My dad only ever talked about two things: bicycles and Mercedes.
You cannot have adoration without being criticized.
My whole life, I've always had to be surrounded by creative things. I find it relaxing to be in touch with creations by other people.
For me, Warhol made so much sense.
I'm a designer, and for me, things are always evolving, and such evolution is necessary.
I know this independence is what people like most about my brand.
I am somebody who focuses on a dialogue between generations - that's the drive of my work. I believe the young generation take the power; they'll take over at one point, but the older generation, they'll push it away only because of the fear. I'm the opposite; I'm curious.
Unlike fashion, art isn't applied. It doesn't have to serve anybody. It doesn't have to be there for any other reason than to give an impression of what the world is about.
Dress codes and gestures and attitudes have always inspired me, as has youth culture in general, although now I question it more. If you analyze youth cultures over history, there has always been something strict about them - you have to be like this or like that.
Computers let people avoid people, going out to explore. It's so different to just open a website instead of looking at a Picasso in a museum in Paris.
I'm usually very attracted to things that I can't define. If something's too clear, it's very often not inspiring to me anymore.
Fashion is such an octopus. You're connected to so many people: suppliers, pattern makers, production teams, marketing teams, vendors.
My point of view is that if I love a certain kind of beauty, I want more of that beauty. I don't need 200 different beauties.
L.A. interests me, the whole band scene and relaxed carefree feel, but it does not mean you have to dress like a hippy.
The fashion world doesn't know the word 'stop,' so you have to make sure there are sublime moments every day.
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