Deconstruction — the most beloved concept of the designer. Building beauty through deconstructing regular shapes, emphasizing forms and introduce asymmetry as a norm.
Ethnics — reinterpretation of national clothing elements and styles of different nationalities. Shown in latest collections Chupa is a traditional tibetan garment with a peculiar silhouette, Cheongasm or Qipao silhouettes presenting oriental cultural garments.
Practicality and endurance — Combination of futuristic and contemporary design with high quality textiles, that guarantee a long lasting garment. An attempt to balance between art and practicality creating wearable designer pieces.
Construction and tailoring – the key steps of General VI creation process. The pieces evolve throughout prototype production, with precise construction at its core.