Designing fashion it's like representing a dream. In this weird dream, like the elephants with stick-paws in Dali's artwork, the dress is worn by an extremely thin, tall woman, or man. It is not how a woman or a man should looks like in life, but this is how they look like in that dream. So you represent on the paper what you have dreamt. But obviously the way you draw it doesn't mean that a woman should not eat in her life, you're just saying "ok this is the dream. Now let's try to make it real, if possible". Fashion is about making dreams come true. The model, when she wear the outfit, impersonates the dream, she IS the dream. She becomes something from another world. But she's human, so she can be a little bit shorter or Ğlargeğ, because she can't, really, be the dream. But she's close to it.