After graduating at Central Saint Martins menswear class in 2014 and following two internships at Jonathan Saunders and Alexander McQueen, Chin launched his label in 2015. While part of his designs echo some of the recent trends (genderfluid, oversized, 90s, reworked denim, vintage inspired), Chin carelessly combines and transforms details or pieces from the woman’s wardrobe to his collections. Pussy bow become oversized, skirts are cropped and tank tops are 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.