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“My father, who was a cabinetmaker, told me, ‘Wood has a grain and if you go into the grain, you have beauty. If you go against it, you have splinters; it breaks.’ And I took that as my view of life. You have to follow the grain, to be sensitive to the direction of life.”

“You need to believe in yourself and what you do. Be tenacious and genuine.”

“When you do something you love, you have a passion for it. It comes naturally. Staying true to yourself and doing what you love keeps you going; everything else falls into place.”

“Passion, not obsession. I mean, I have obsession, but I don’t think it’s obsessive. I always hear you should never sleep in your office. Well, I slept for years in my office and I never had a problem with that. If it comes from your passion, you work so much but it’s fine.”

“I always laugh when people say, ‘You really did something which is completely different. Do you know if it’s going to work?’ I have no idea, but when it works, that’s great. If it doesn’t work, I will be proud of everything I’ve been doing.”

“Success is another story. Recognition is an added value for sure, but the reality is I don’t understand people who are working for a long time on something which is boring. If it’s successful, there’s been a purpose. But if it’s unsuccessful and you’ve been working on something which has no substance, I would have the feeling that I wasted a lot of time.”

“In a creative business, if you’re happy, it will come out in your work. I don’t see how you can be happy if you don’t like the people you’re working with and if they aren’t a joy to have fun with.”

“If you are not bored by life, and your primary motto is enthusiasm and if you like your friends, family around you, it all translates into your designs. That’s what keeps the creativity alive.”

“Boredom is a concept that I don’t understand.”

“I hate the whole concept of comfort! It’s like when people say, ‘Well, we’re not really in love, but we’re in a comfortable relationship.’ You’re abandoning a lot of ideas when you are too into comfort. Comfort is not part of my creative process.”

“I think that this is almost a duty; if you make a new object it should be beautiful because there is so much crap. I’m not talking of fashion, I’m talking in general. It’s important for the environment that if you add things, they should be beautiful. Otherwise, just stay on the side.”

“Nothing needs to be perfect to be good, and no one should need to feel perfect to feel right.”

“When you are too specific on a target, it can drain you. Ask me where I will be when I am 60, and I will have no answer to give.”

“I think every market has lot of things in common, and at the same time, every market has lot of different things.”

“Just know one thing: the important thing is to last.”

“My mother was a huge influence on me. She was a free spirit and helped me appreciate, from a very early age, that everyone is different.”

“It’s all down to my mother. She never judged anyone and no one judged her. All her energy was driven towards making people happy and loving people who loved her. She was quite an example. She was so nice to people, so encouraging. She gave me the best start.”

“I never had the dream to be a great designer. My focus was just to do beautiful things.”

“My job is designing shoes. It’s work that happens behind the scenes, as they say, and that suits me just fine because in general I am a shy person.”

“You know, I’m behind my company. My company has been a big part of my life. And it’s not that I been buying a company or that my father bought a company and tried to do something out of it. You know, it’s not the same thing. It’s my name, it’s my company, it’s my signature.”

“I feel I am a role model to many, not just for my designs, but also for the fact that I started my own company with the help of my two friends. I became a success story, and people relate to that.”

“Fashion isn’t interesting when it comes from an uninspired place. It’s like voodoo; we don’t want things that are soaked in blood, sweat and tears. I adore life, and I’m very easygoing and it shows in my work.”

“I wanted to create something that broke rules and made women feel confident and empowered.”

“I’m very detail-oriented. Everything that takes a lot of dedication and creativity I do in the morning when there is light and I’m really concentrated.”

“As I was growing up I trained myself to become sensitive to form. I really studied architecture and objects and paid a lot of attention to lines. It’s very important because beauty is all about form; proportions and the relationships between one line and another. It is really a big achievement if you can understand form.”

“I’m pretty much an enthusiastic person and a very positive person, so for everything that is negative, I’m a bit of an ostrich. I’d rather not look at it, that’s sort of my way to not feel too annoyed by these things, like forms of copy or trashing someone else’s work. Sometimes I just prefer not to know.”

“There is the association of what I’m doing with a sense of feelings that you want to keep for yourself. You would never leave those feelings to somebody else.”

“Rather than the final product, it’s often the process that gives me the most joy.”

“I sort of don’t believe in trends. I know that they exist, but what is important at the end of the day is to remain independent.”

“For me, everyone has many personas.”

“It is extremely necessary to realize that the world doesn’t only have one way of seeing things.”

“Meet people from other cultures, so you understand that the world doesn’t swirl around you.”

“I’d rather spend time with someone badly dressed but smart and funny and engaging than someone perfectly dressed and boring, who talks about clothes. To me, that’s the image of a nightmare: a woman incredibly well-dressed, who can only talk about clothes. That kills it for me.”

“I believe that there are some things we can control and other things we cannot.”

“I follow my instincts and I’m open to opportunities. My plan is to see what comes next.”

“I don’t like conflicts. I’m not a competitive person at heart. To be in the middle of turmoil is boring.”

“I prefer buying things and figuring out where to put them later than regretting not buying them.”

“Necessity creates everything in my life.”

“If you do what you love, it is the best way to relax.”

“Be completely true to yourself and you’ll be happy.”

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