'After checking Instagram, taking a shower and getting dressed, it's time to plan the rest of my day. If I'm lucky I'll have time for breakfast, if I snoozed for too long the chaos starts immediately. Depending on the invites of the day, I check where I need to be at what time and how far apart the locations are from each other. Can I walk between shows to get some air and enjoy the Parisian streets? Do I need to run to the metro immediately after the show ends? Do I need to order an Uber? I try to know these things in advance, but in reality, this schedule always crumbles after the first shows. The shows always run late, the street style photographers stop you too long for pictures, the Uber doesn't show up... I always want to do more than I can. One of my goals each season is to see some showrooms aside from the scheduled shows, but even that seems to be nearly impossible. I do try to pay extra attention to finding the time to eat in between shows, but it still happens that I show up at a dinner reservation at the end of the day, around 10 p.m., and realise that I'm starving because I haven't managed to eat anything else during the day. Sometimes you'll get a snack at a show, but with this year's freezing weather you really need more energy than that. Or else you'd drop fashionably dead. (laughs)'