What it’s like to be an indie fashion icon: Five years of the ‘fila’

With her first major fashion show in 2014, fila became an instant icon.

Her colorful dresses and elaborate, geometric shapes quickly captured the attention of designers around the world, who quickly created their own pieces of fila.

But her most enduring legacy has been a fierce and dedicated community of fans, who are fiercely loyal to their favorite designers.

Fila is now known around the globe, and she’s become one of fashion’s most beloved fashion icons.

We asked her about her past, present, and future as a fashion icon.

What do you love about being a fila designer?

I love that I get to create and design something.

And I love the fact that I can bring so many people together.

It’s like a big family.

How has fila changed over the years?

I think it has changed a lot.

There’s just more people who love fila, and it’s more accessible.

But I think the people who loved me were the same people who still loved my outfits, so I think that it has gotten more accessible in the last five years.

Why are fila and fila clothing still so popular?

It’s because fila is a part of me.

I can’t go anywhere without it, and I’ve never had a bad fila experience.

I’m very lucky to have such a loyal fanbase.

Where can you find fila in the United States?

I do my best to wear fila all over the world.

I’ve had a lot of success, but I can definitely see how some people might have difficulties finding fila at their local store.

Are there any fila designers you would like to collaborate with?

Yes, I would love to collaborate on some fila designs.

It would be awesome if people could get their own designs from me, because it would be so fun to work with.