there is a variety of elements in his work, which makes his collection a cohesive complexbecause each of the elements interacts with the others in various ways. but there should be a starting point. it produces a chain reaction of growth and sometimes branches out like a tree diagram. it grows to necessarily determine the next move which defines it back more clearly. like this way apparently it is allowed to expand until the deadline. so I guess the weight reduction from the previous collection might have led him to minimization this time, or simplification. maybe this is the original reason for total inevitability of this collection. to be concrete, the glued hem seen last time had led to "self-edge". when the point of the glued hem idea was developed further, it was to be more simplified and the answer was selvedge as un ultimate method of dealing with the edges of a garment, since it is done but is natural and simple enough without nothing being done, at the expense of the quadruple fabric needed for completing a self-edge garment. then the self-edge series was born. shirt, coat, trousers, above all the jacket is nice. it's novel. also perforations are called selvedge. so the "open seam" developed into "chain seam" that looks like the perforated line between stamps in some way with the heavy thread and wider gap, which makes the seamed edges of pattern pieces come to light more clearly. he has some confidence in the finish of the edge as well as the line his cut describes. the sevedge is the other weave pattern of a piece of fabric. it's the coexistence of two aspects on one thing. then the minimization was directed toward both unification and disparity. at first, the unification turned the parts that would normally be separate into one piece: - "seamless" knit series - evolved from the last spring and woven into the literal shape of "hands-up" or "splits sleeves" - "no seam" boots - "no seam triangle cut" oxfords, etc and it was connected to the abnormal patternmaking with a continuous or elongated nature that is irrespective of the efficiency engineer standpoint, - "spiral wrap" - "semi-armhole" - "splits jeans/trousers", and the like also it can be seen in the form of a fusion of neighboring items such as: - socks and shoes ( sort of rubber-soled socks in stretch deer skin with overlock lines in the toe, achilles's tendon, and the top. the details about the rubber sole are mentioned below. though this is a famous story, the stretch leather is something he invented years ago but didn't get a patent for ) - sleeves and gloves - tops and shorts ( a bit like archaic shirt detail ) - leggings and sockshoes - coat and scarf, etc. as details: - "balaclava high neck" - "leather wedge goodyear" - the second outsole of leather on the normal leather sole including the heel, therefore its sole is flat, which forms an outline of wedge. maybe a joke on the custom of putting a rubber on a ready-made leather sole. it's funny but I'd say wearable in comparison with other joke pieces. - "disparate gloves" - whose left hand is constructed in order that the third and little fingers can be snuggled up to each other in one place. there is a silver ring that is made for that intent too. - "curved pocket" - it's an oneness of inside bag-like part and outside flap, that is, a simple flat bag with the top folded which is fitted into due area of the garment, edged with the "chain seam". it ended up as uniformity. uniformity of thickness. a garment is structurally uneven in thickness, for instance in the pocket area. but the area was made to be even with the other area, without any value deducted, through the details like "curved pocket". as the representative of the collection, the "self-edge chain-seam curved pocket jacket" in matte black "denim" has a flat feel of totally new kind, which helps to create a peculiar minimal atmosphere as a whole while the jacket meets his full specification. his minimalization does not make any hollow places in his designing.