Lesser known in the US, Anne Valerie Hash graduated from the Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne in 1995, and worked as a designer for Chloé and Chanel, among others. She launched her own label in 2001. This year, her collection is inspired by classical draping, especially, it would seem, ancient Greek and Roman. Hash’s style is elegant, but among her more interesting designs are tee-shirts — an item that we associate with casual — with asymmetrical draping.
Hash isn’t the only one looking at the tee-shirt in this way. Cool Korean fashion company, SlowBaba has been doing something similar for men’s tee-shirts.