Fueru Hasegawa: Good Morning everybody. Like so. For example if you come out this way, we walk up all the way and when you pass through the second monitor i would like you to go like this over straight over to the center because thats where the cameras are.
Kansai Yamamoto: From the beginning until the end people are walking together. I think all of the models forget about my fashion. I want to see you, i can see you and then my fashion follows - that is my concept
Model: Its a good experience. Its very energetic, very vibrant and very free... you can be yourself on the catwalk.
Kansai Yamamoto: When i met him he wants to be number one in all of the world through his music. My purpose i want to be number one through fashion. After the show, people will ask me how do you feel... understand? Just do it your best and enjoy… ok. Have a good time. Thank you.
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