Every time I do a show, I want it to be an event that captures the people who witness it, since my idol is McQueen – his staging of shows is, and will forever be, untouched. But what he taught me was that a fashion show can have a story line, can shock people, or even push boundaries. So there is not only a well-thought concept behind my collection, but also behind my fashion show. The message differs from season to season, but it’s always very personal. I basically present the audience a piece of myself, I make myself vulnerable, which is why my shows are always very melancholic but powerful at the same time (such as my garments).