Yes, of course. I’ve been showing my collections in Tokyo. Fortunately our brand recognition got better but then ironically I kind of started to feel less challenging and competitive to keep showing merely here. In addition to that, the timing of the Tokyo collection season is a little off compared to rest of the cities, which makes it harder for us to show international buyers and media. In Paris, everything is way more universal and major people from all over the world will come to see. I wanted to challenge myself from the scratch in such environment, And also wanted to have Christian Dada
widerly known internationally. Paris Fashion Week takes place earlier than rest of the cities, and buyers have bigger budgets there. World’s best journalists will always be there. These are the things you cannot see happening in Tokyo.