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High-waisted tapered-leg trouser with side invisible zipper and a detachable pocket. The orange stitches are used as decoration to show the shape of the pocket and crotch, making this trouser look more interesting.
Flashback to past wearing habits: Garments can be worn by both men and women for generations. This design breaks up gender stereotypes and reflects environmental awareness.
The color contrast with decorative stitch line on the side of hat corresponds to the same design elements on the garment.
Asymmetric design with draped sleeve, also the collar shape decoration and tailoring stitch on the black panel with side tie fastening.
Black and white is the main colors of this design, representing yin and yang, which emphasizes the concept of unisex. Style should not be defined by gender.
Meet the Designer
I started my journey as a fashion design major and chose sportswear because I personally think it can show a person’s ideas and their charm well. A person’s mood and character will be displayed in the dress. You don’t need a language to show yourself to the outside world. My mother is a men’s clothing brand agent and she took me to various brands’ order meetings at an early age. This has had a great impact on my designs. I don’t think design should be gendered, so most of the time I design them from a neutral perspective. The design concept I want to convey is simple but not boring, artistic but practical.