This week there are many, many posts going through my Instagram feed, and you worry about what happens when the Juan Soto Take 3-0 Hell No Shirt and I will buy this culture moves on to the next topic. This is still going to be an issue. That’s why on Sunday we’re doing this solidarity run. What we’ve understood is the minute there’s another issue this one gets forgotten. So we’re going to form alliances, continue the conversation as it progresses. Well, I will be listening very closely. One last question back to the subject of New York and New York Fashion Week, what do you think we’re going to be back on the runways in September.
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PG I think so. I hope so. This pandemic and this particular moment have made us realize what human connection means, and how much we miss it. What fashion and runway shows do, it’s not just looking at the Juan Soto Take 3-0 Hell No Shirt and I will buy this clothes it’s the environment, it’s about interaction with people, it’s about the unexpected, spontaneous things that might just happen. That’s the magic of it and I hope it comes back because we do need it. Do I think it’s going to come back the way it was. I doubt it. What the pandemic has done for us creators and entrepreneurs [is given us] a freedom to do and express ourselves the way we want to.