Wabi Sabi is a Japanese term and is actually the opposite of a trend. Wabi Sabi represents the beauty of imperfection. Think of asymmetrical patterns, minimalism and working with different structures and shapes. Wabi Sabi is reflected in the collection in the form of asymmetrical garments, recycled materials and dyed (imperfect) prints.
Sabi means something like beauty created by age. You could also say: wabi is that which is tangible, sabi is time. Together they stand for a feeling of transience, looking back in time.