It's no secret that the Issey Miyake brand has a history with pleats, a design feature that the brains behind the label first began experimenting with in the 80s. While many of the looks made it into the mainstream pieces from the label, such is the obsession that a sub line was also set up 'Pleats Please by Issey Miyake. This brand plays with the idea of pleats, the way they move when you walk and the way they hang, and applies them to numerous different looks in innovative ways. The tops line from the brand uses pleats to make plain T-shirts and singlets unique and textural, as well as applying them to turtlenecks and tunics. Blouses, capes and asymmetric singlets all get the pleats treatment.