The young brand launched by Yang Liwhile he was still a student, dresses urban Amazons, free as a bird, under a thousand and one transparent veils.
Quetsche plays on juxtapositions and transparency. Bohemian at first glance, the silhouettes are structured and assert a strong character. The cuts of the clothes, the prints, the silk, everything evokes the richness of the Chinese costume tradition. If the ensembles recall the ethereal finery of court women or those of warriors, it is through a resolutely contemporary, even post-apocalyptic prism.
The Chinese designer thus stages prodigious stories, in direct extension of his fertile imagination, of his identity too. He creates Quetsche in September 2014, before following a formative path within major houses. A graduate of the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture, the young man successively worked in the Christian Dior workshops, Maison Margiela and Lanvin.
The requirement of Quetsche is a testament to this apprenticeship and a meticulous research in the deconstruction of silhouettes. Natural materials, such as silk, are occasionally mixed with iridescent fabrics such as satin or nylon.