I'm a huge Armani fan, but I think it can be said that much clothing in the 1960's was already "unconstructed" at the behest of various young designers. And let's also think about what happened in the 1920's, when women were liberated from a variety of constricting undergarments and hem lengths. (Though it's true that Dior and his ilk tried to put women back into their sartorial cages in the late 40's and the 50's.)
But here's the "Rational Dress" movement of the 19th century:
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