He said he doesnt see much overlap between his and the Givenchy
muses careers, despite their concurrent rises to prominence. [S]he only does womens wear and I think I cover more fields.'
Some people in the industry will use us in a very similar way to represent similar ideas and some will want me to be a bit different from hermore androgynous, more boyish or even sex-less rather than womanly. I think professionally I am capable of being very versatile.
He also called closing Jean Paul Gaultier
s couture show a dream, and said that hes loved to dress up since his childhoodmostly as a female gypsy dancer.