(P.42): “If you can make suits, you can produce most anything else because they’re one of the most difficult items to produce. Everything after that is just flair.” VIRGIL ABLOH (P.46): “I wanted to insinuate an emotion around clothing, and that became a metaphor to represent what I thought was happening among young kids who were reinventin­g fashion – taking clothes and wearing them, maybe, in an ironic way or wearing them in a way that was surprising, transcendi­ng what the designer might have intended.” JUNO MAK (P.76): “The creative process is the writing of it. Once I get on set, and the camera rolls and shoots, it’s execution. And for me, you have to give me exactly what I want. So this is a bit different from how other directors work on set.” AGA (P.89): “It’s not about how much strength you have. It’s about balance and flow, just like being water. ‘Be water, my friend’ is true. I think creating music takes a lot of patience.” ELLA YAM (P.98): “Fashion to me is a form of creative expression. Whenever I model and pose, I have to think about what it looks like artistical­ly.” ELVA NI (P.108): “Opening a yoga studio was for me a faraway dream. I never thought I would be doing this a few years back.” TOM FRIEDMAN (P.124): “Everyone creates their world. My life is about my world with an interest in its intersecti­on with my theory of other people’s worlds.” ALEX YEUNG (P.120): “With regards to streaming platforms – let’s rewind and take a look at the years when cassette tapes, VHR, DVD and Blu�ray came out. It’s not the first time the cinema industry has faced what people call challenges, but none of those broke the industry.” MIGUEL GALLO (P.132): “It’s like a fascinatio­n I always had. I think we’re trying so hard to be modern, with cuisine and everything, that we’re forgetting our roots. So why not bring them back?”

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