Edmund Ooi is a Malaysian menswear designer based in Belgium. Launched in 2013, the brand already made waves within the fashion industry. After his training in Malaysia he enrolled himself at Antwerp´s Royal Acadamy of Fine Arts. This season Edmund Ooi got his Milan debut at Amani´s Teatro. Even though I wasn´t able to make it to the show this time (I promised my dad to celebrate his birthday after weeks of travelling) I was pretty impressed by the runway looks. The word that describes his designs the best is unisex. He is outstanding when it´s about creating a genderless mix of innovative fabric combinations and cuts. A beautiful suit followed by a skirt or a knitted dress? Why not! Let´s fade away the dogma that clothing defines gender. Inspired by the late 18th and early 19th century, a time in which high necks play an important role, Edmund Ooi presented a very colorful collection that is marked by wonderful prints and geometrical forms. I love his graphic compositions, especially a grey trouser with contrasting stripes in white and a jacket in different shades of grey, and geometrical patches.