This collection pays tribute to the traditional agender Japanese garment ‘Kimono’. This sophisticated formal wear is deconstructed into jaunty street wear. The vision of associating sporty essence to this agender garment took inspiration from the French illustrator Geroges Lepape who depicted women doing athleisure activities for the first time on the cover of Vogue during 1920s, which was revolutionizing for that time. During that period, Orientalism was quite prevalent in the West leading to this opposing amalgamation for Two Point Two. Simultaneity unites all these different aspects. It is le fil rouge to best define our idea of multiple possibilities of freeing bodies from the cage of social norms.