MAX.TAN’s Fall/Winter 2015-16 collection presents a concept not just
simply of women in menswear, or men in frocks; it is a collection that
reconstructs her boyfriend’s wardrobe, a state of gender neutralizing.
The interpretation of the folds of pocket squares in men’s jackets, a
tunic featuring asymmetrical folds and skirts incorporating origami
elements. Geometrical draping and robe dressing form a collapsing
silhouette for the collection, spliced-tailoring on centre-back and
sides on traditionally mascoline fabrication of will and felt, e.g.
floating handkerchief cuts combined with strict shirts