How does being a woman artist inspire your work?
It’s a very big opportunity for me and I’m very thankful to Maria Grazia Chiuri who believes in my art and believes in my creativity. She's a woman herself, who has a mother — she’s such a talented person in different aspects. I think it’s very powerful for all women around the world, and even my exhibition can show and translate this message. It can be not only housewives and mothers. Mothers are beautiful, I’m a mother myself.
But also just more than one thing: we’re multi-functional. We think differently and we’re not like boys. Boys focus on one thing, we can do much more. We can [do] everything. We’re mothers, supermodels, artists, designers, whatever we want. The world is so different now. As a mother again, I see that it’s changing and it’s changing in the right way. Intuition, what a woman brings into the male world is going to change things. There’s going to be more opportunities for our daughters and the next generation. More doors will open.