What do you think separates your generation's designers – in terms of ways of thinking, ways of expressing themselves – from the enfant terrible, who are now considered classics?
I think that this generation spends more time looking for a reason for what it is that they do: values, a vision for that region known as fashion's future. I don't know if it is good or not, but today there are so many ways of getting information, that it is easy to loose your way. Possibly, many designers do get mixed up somehow. And then you no longer believe in yourself, but you conform.
Things that are ordinary, right in front of your nose, are important to us; to show that you can suddenly see them from a different viewpoint. You're told a word, and upon hearing it, everything changes. And you think, dang, how did I miss that? That is the essence of what I'd want to achieve in my work.