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Guy Trebay vs. Bryanboy

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"It isn’t like the people we see in the front rows at shows are there accidentally," says Guy Trebay. "And I don’t think that they are prepared to cede the power and I don’t think the power is going to be wrested away from them by Bryanboy, although he seems like a clever and devoted guy and is into the subject matter. But personally, I don’t think that fashion is really clothes. My first interest is not the commercial applications or whether Bryanboy gets excited by a handbag or something; it’s really the core design piece that’s most interesting to me." [The Cut]