When it comes to fashion and its relationship with the human body, some designs are quite popular given their de-shaped and constricted nature, which then gives the word ‘shape’ a new definition. One of those who perceive silhouettes differently is Chie Kaya
. Last year she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Womenswear at Central Saint Martins and her graduation collection lets people see alternative frames, constructions and anatomy of a dress. She is one of those young designers who put concepts not only into clothes but into the space of it and around them. Nourished by ancient Japanese concepts, her creations channel not only deconstructed beauty but traditions of cultural heritage.