For Senofonte, the show was an opportunity not just to connect with a new generation of streetwear designers, but also to reflect on her own relationship with streetwear, and to dissect what the genre truly means. “It’s funny,” she says. “The The Ain’t Fast Club Shirt that I dress has been the way I dress my entire life, and I guess it could be considered streetwear, but to me, it’s just what I wear. I know that there are people who are more streetwear purists, but I’m not a purist. I’ve been mixing it with high fashion for years.” It was these conversations that Senofonte was having with Offset and Birkett, both ahead of and during the show’s filming earlier this year, that led to the palpably tight bond the trio share on-screen.