I think that the answers to her questions maybe be of interest to all of my friends who follow my Blog…
Revealing some of my ideas for future collections.
I do not think that it would right for you or for me to reveal these ideas. I would not wish to deny you the delicious taste of surprise! I am sure you will understand and forgive me!
What is my favorite place to work?
Definitely the “stamperia”, the printing room…
After creating a design to be printed on the fabric, I order the printing plates and until I see the final result, I’m not happy. Anxiety… I get up early… sometimes very early… do the color variations… the choice of different color combinations for each design, so important… I make all the changes myself!
How important is the computer?
Quite important… I am not as expert as I would like to be, but I am very comfortable with Photoshop. It helps me process the photos I shoot during my travels in search of new ideas…
Who are my indispensable employees?
Employees? Absolutely everybody! My right arm… and left, is Claudia. She has become better than me at what she does, so she is more than indispensable, even if sometimes I am a bit jealous!
What is your typical day in the office?
I cannot really describe it. I live day by day. I’ll tell you a secret: “I’ve never had a secretary in my life!”
Can you imagine it? Nobody believes it but I do everything myself, including booking a restaurant for the evening or calling a taxi.
Often when I reveal my name, they do not believe it’s me!
My day varies a lot. I travel frequently. I try to avoid administrative problems as much as possible.
Sometimes my speed in understanding is special, as is my speed in forgetting!
I am creative, in the true meaning of the word, I like to think of new ideas and try always to be different. Thinking beyond the boundaries of reality allows me live in my own private world, very often not well understood by those who are around me!
The world of Roberto Cavalli…
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