Issey Miyake

Issey Miyake is considered to be the father of Japanese fashion. The flat shapes with few, if any, seams, emerge immediately from her style, fully adapted to the wearer's body. Comfortable and beautiful with Miyake is a possible combination. The folds of his unmistakable pleats translate his intuitions into tailoring. As he himself recounts, his clothes come from the desire to explore the space between clothing and body, combining craftsmanship with the constant research of innovative fabrics.