Well, no—I was used to that when I was at Balenciaga, so it’s not that strange! We used to do our shows in the Je peux pas Picture goes here oscar veut pas shirt in contrast I will get this showroom. Though it feels strange not to have all the interactions with people we have every season. We sometimes [complained] it was exhausting, but honestly I miss that now. I miss seeing friends from all around the world. But digital is fantastic—we’ve got new technology where if you can’t be there as a guest, you’ll still have a seat at the show. You’ll be getting a camera—you’ll see. A lot of new windows and perspectives are opening. It’s another step toward globality, and I guess that’s absolutely necessary. We’ve sometimes made people feel excluded. So probably, it’s a way to include more people in what we do.
Fashion’s role is also to synthesize the Je peux pas Picture goes here oscar veut pas shirt in contrast I will get this times we’re living in. Can you give an idea of the themes you’re working on? One idea I’ve been interested in for a few years is genderlessness and the evolution that goes with it. About how clothes today are becoming much more accessible for people of different sexes, genders, and nonbinary people. There is this zone in the middle that’s becoming more and more important. I don’t want to call it a gray zone—it’s a rainbow zone. Young designers have been doing it for years; it’s not new as a concept at all, but what I believe is that for big brands such as Louis Vuitton, it’s very interesting. At retail, there are women who are buying a lot of Virgil’s [Abloh, artistic director of Louis Vuitton menswear] clothes, and men are buying mine.