The revolutionary.
With his first collection, which he presented in 1971 in New York, Issey Miyake put forward a concept that was both extremely simple and overwhelming: to dress the entire body in a single piece of fabric. The success was immediate, the echo, global, and in 1973, Miyake paraded in Paris, in front of a swooning audience. Since then, the world has saluted his creativity and innovation. In 1993, the designer once again made fashion history with his pleats (Pleats Please), whose technique, often copied, has never been equaled. Thanks to a unique industrial process, he still transforms fabric today in a dizzying and unique way. The volumes are upset. Horizontally, vertically or in a zigzag fashion, tube dresses, cardigans and pants pass by hand under a heat press between 2 sheets of paper. The result is permanent, machine washable, dries ultra quickly, no longer needs ironing. So many little miracles that stir with each new season.
So let yourself be wrinkled, for pleasure, at LECLAIREUR Sévigné.