In this economic context we are living in right now, real fashion is being pushed to the side. Brands no longer care for quality. Not in the clothes themselves, and not in the process of creation, which is even more important. Creation requires time. It has a procedure to be followed. You cannot pretend to present a completely different collection, better than the last one, every four months, and still maintain quality in every aspect. You would need a huge team, resources and even if you had that, you would have to force your mind to be unnaturally productive. I guess that is actually one of the reasons why we saw great fashion designers leaving their jobs at very important houses. There is very little of fashion in that. It is us, emerging designers, who have to realize these problems, and try to come up with a solution. We have to think of fashion in a different way. We should no longer follow this path because that makes fashion poor and unsustainable. We might have to look back to the past, where every piece was made under order. Collections were made with time, taking care of every single detail in the process of creation. We should be clever, make an analysis of why things in the fashion industry are not working so well. In changing the rules, it's probably where we are going to find our place in this field.