Yohji Yamamoto 2012 Spring/Summer Collection

Always avant-garde, always Japanese and always toying with fabric, draping and volume, Yohji Yamamoto’s latest collection is no major departure from his signature aesthetic, but it’s exactly as well-executed as expected. Combining supremely wearable pieces like cotton henleys, patterned knits and Nehru-collared button-downs with architectural outerwear, kimono-esque silk tops and flowing, traditionally-printed pants, the full line offers a little something for any fan of Yohji’s. Also worth noting were the wide-brimmed fedoras, military-inspired hats, and black boots and high-top sneakers present during the runway show, all solid accessories for spring.

Source: Style.com

Date: /Author: Douglas Brundage
Category:  Fashion/Tags:  Yohji Yamamoto, Style
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