Alison Gill in 1998 defines deconstruction in terms of fashion as garments that are unfinished, coming apart, recycled, transparent and grunge. She says it is "the literal dismantling of clothes in order to destroy fashion". Comme de Garcons in 2006, design combined two opposing aesthetics giving both a presence but denying either totality. Garments were deconstructed from their original forms and were placed in play with one another.
In a piece written in 2010 by Alex Hess, he concluded that deconstructed fashion is not physical representation of philosophy , but the dialogue between the two gives us a "new way to interpret fashion." I agree, but also the act of deconstruction begins a new dialogue for us. The simple process of beginning to deconstruct with the team at Otoko, we argue, disagree, explore, agree, disagree some more but slowly a form begins. Today though, its all about Graham Greene and his destructors! Form will come later. LW - 22 minutes ago