PS: You've said that gendering clothes is stupid and restrictive. Tell me more about that.
PC: As soon as I was able to dress myself, I never thought of gender when buying clothes. I always used to buy women's clothes, but I never even thought about it. I did the first collection and put these boys in dresses, which just made people go crazy: people just couldn't understand it. But to me it was so instinctive. I hadn't even considered it. I was like, "Aw, they'd just look so good in it." I don't consider gender when designing: I just make things for people, and I think people are more than gender. It's about the soul of someone.