Well, first of all, Fiorucci’s legacy is quite amazing. Not only for their graphics and prints, which were truly amazing and made the brand but also for the whole universe around it: the people, parties, magazines, etc. The idea of being a part of an Italian label’s return to London’s fashion scene was quite exciting.
I was rehired by Annabel Lacuna, who I worked with at Margiela, who just got an offer to be the head of womenswear there. Obviously, it didn’t turn out as expected. It was a short period of time and, to be honest, compared to previous experiences at Celine and Margiela, quite underwhelming, but also very chill (work-wise). The funny part is, there wasn’t a single mannequin in the studio and all work was just computer-based or research.