After graduating from Central Saint Martins menswear class in 2014 and following two internships at Jonathan Saunders and Alexander McQueen, Chin launched his label in 2015. Beyond a talent for digesting the most recent trends (genderfluid, oversized, 90s, reworked denim, vintage inspired), Chin showcases a certain ability to transform and interweave details or pieces from the woman’s wardrobe to his designs with bow-tie turning into gigantic pussy bow, skirts being cropped and tank tops turned into robes. Beyond the obvious queerness, Chin offers a good sense of humor and freedom, all emphasized in his quirky lookbook paying homage to the sexy boys of 50s and 80s.