The collection, supported by the ABB FIA System E group of Agag, was formally launched on its enclosure floating – the ship RMS St Helena – in London on Thursday.
After the presentation of the collection to the media, Agag and his co-founder, Gil de Ferran, in addition to David de Rothschild, explorer of XE, and his inventive director, Fisher Stevens, then introduced two different shows in digital camera closed.
The teams that heard these discussions included representatives of 9 producers, in addition to employees from varied FE groups.
Agag defined that no producer is presently engaged within the collection and added that XE has "no contract, we’re engaged on the crew contract".
However he mentioned that "the 9 producers [attended the launch] are all very severe and really massive."
"They’re 9 of the same old suspects, if you wish to name them that," he continued. "However I have no idea what number of of them are actually severe and don’t wish to come.
"We had very preliminary interviews with some, who had been very attention-grabbing. However we even tweaked the idea till [recently].
"We’re about to complete the sports activities laws and technical laws. When you’ve gotten that, the producers actually should determine and do a research.
"As well as, I feel that after they see this, will probably be one other factor as a result of you need to see it to imagine it.
"The boat should see:" okay, it should occur ", in any other case they are saying" how are you going? " "That is what’s going to occur [the St Helena]."
Agag additionally mentioned that the primary season of XE, that the collection plans to begin in January 2021 earlier than to proceed till the next August, he would want "zero" producer if needed.
"I’ll begin the championship with none producer, if needed, and use solely all of the unbiased groups," he mentioned. "This [establishing the championship] is just not conditional on something.
"This championship is going down – if the producers are right here, a lot the higher, if they aren’t, I hope they’ll come after."