It all starts with a profound human need to seek for a new body paradigm. But the chase of a global standard did not always occur under good circumstances. There are not a few times that the man attempted to put limitations on his body, escaping himself. Using the garment as a tool, he causes discomfort and pain to his body, which is deformed in order to reach the desired shape. At this point, fashion and the field of medicine are regarded as parallels; both of them are forms of "rationalization" processes, and try to define the notions of the natural and the unnatural, the healthy and the pathogen, the ideal and the monster. Whether a man uses a garment or a medical tool, he intervenes in his body and alters it; himatiasis is the practice of deforming the body through the garment. This research paper studies the ways in which this practice transfuses new qualities to the body, and perhaps leads to a new ideal.