Another fashion designer (after Gareth Pugh) that we considered to be out of classic fashion borders - Hussein Chalayan streches his innovation and creativity across the industry of a beauty.
"PARIS–For fall 2011, Hussein Chalayan again presented a film, picking up where he left off last season, exploring Japanese culture within the DNA he’s established over the past ten years. But it’s not the kind of literal Japanese influence you might envision–no obis or kimono sleeves here. This season’s film, Kaikoku, means “open country” in Japanese. “After the period of isolation Sakoku in Japan, the country experienced and openness to Western culture which over the years has influenced the food, fashion, art, architecture and technology while the country has still remained distinctly Japanese,” his line sheets explained." - read more on Fashionista
Watch "Floating dress" video under the cut