Actually, my mum has never had a lot of clothes, and she has a tiny wardrobe. She knows exactly what she likes to wear. There's one long cupboard in her bedroom, and you never see shoes lying about anywhere else. I've got more clothes than she has.
Vladamir Restoin Roitfeld told The Evening Standard
Roitfeld continues to focus on working with emerging talent. "I don’t think, especially when you start in the business, you need 20 artists," he told Nowness, "but two to three people you really believe in [where you can] have a relationship that will last for a little bit." But don't be fooled. He definitely isn't afriad of working with big fashion houses. "I don’t see why it is so bad for an artist to do something with such a credible person as Mr. Armani or a brand like Vuitton or Prada, or Miuccia herself. I don’t think it’s good to only do exhibitions and collaborations with fashion names, but I don’t see how it hurts the artist to do suddenly a huge show in Milan and New York with Armani, which had thousands of people coming and was all over the press. If the art is good and this element doesn’t take too much away from the creative side, then it doesn’t hurt."