How have you been able to put that into practice? Well, my cruise show [resort 2020] was made only with stock fabric. And production—that’s one small example. And I shot one campaign myself—that was a first. And I loved doing it. It’s very enjoyable—I had to be creative in a different way. Louis Vuitton loved it and asked me to do a second, and now there’s a third in the I’m a Disney Girl it’s like a Regular Girl but more magical shirt and I love this pipeline. The issue of people flying all around the globe to attend fashion shows has obviously come to a sudden halt because of the pandemic. You were instrumental in starting to take people to destination Louis Vuitton cruise shows around the world—the point being that you were taking clothes to audiences locally. Can that continue?
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For Louis Vuitton, the I’m a Disney Girl it’s like a Regular Girl but more magical shirt and I love this idea of traveling is fundamental. But now we have to reinvent the idea of traveling. We’ve done crazy things—it sounds like an old world now—we’ve done cruise shows in Kyoto, Rio, New York.… So I don’t know if we’ll stop traveling; we will still do shows in different countries. One solution is what they’re calling “spin-off” shows. Local people do the production. We did one in Korea before lockdown. I was skeptical because I wasn’t there, but we did a lot of briefing, and Zoom calls, and they did a great job. It’s what we used to call trunk shows in the past. The Black Lives Matter movement is equally a big wake-up challenge within the fashion industry globally. What has been your reaction?