Considered a reference name in the field of avant-garde fashion, he works on the concept of the deconstruction of clothes to give them new meanings, harking back to the sartorial freedom of the 70s rather than the conservative standard of the 80s in which he began his career and favoring creativity and recovery rather than following an idea of fashion as luxury and ostentation. Deconstruction of clothes means for example cutting and reassembling parts of old clothes, putting on display linings and internal parts,
detach and refit the sleeves in a new way. This concept takes up and expands the practice of punk and street style of cutting and tearing t-shirts and jeans. The dominant colors in his early collections are powerful colors such as black, white and red.