Some images from the Max.Tan 2010-2011 Autumn/Winter collection:
The Max.Tan people describe their designs as "androgyneous meets soft geometry" and "experimenting with quirk". I think it is quite lovely how the pieces essentially erase the model or wearer's own form and create an entirely new one. The individual doesn't wear the clothes; the clothes definitely wear the individual.
Max.Tan says that the "sobriety" - the black and white palette of the collection - is "interrupted by unexpected twists in the designs". I dig that.
You can also check out Max.Tan's currently 2010 Spring/Summer collection wherein they try to think of all the different and abstract ways you can design 'the white shirt'. Don't look too hard at the model though - she's uber skinny and thus a little freaky. (Too-thin is not IN, Singapore...)