Issey Miyake is one of the icons of Japanese design applied to fashion and modernism. With simplicity, yet perfect execution he manages to execute his ideas devoid of superfluous notions.
"Our idea was inspired by the simplicity of Issey Miyake’s clothes, expressed in particular through the images created by Irving Penn for Miyake’s collections in the ‘80s. In our film, we wanted to create a modern high-tech take of their approach, but keeping the spirit of these images created decades earlier. We wanted to strip the film back to the core essence: Clothes as a container and amplifier of the human body in movement."