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Yohji Yamamoto 2014 Spring Collection

In Paris, Yohji Yamamoto channeled the layered looks of nomads — or the homeless — who often wear every article of clothing they own. This being a Yohji collection, there were riffs on traditional Japanese wardrobe staples featured throughout, along with a color palette of blacks and greys. The collection’s double-layered jackets were paired with billowy, kimono-style pants, balanced by military jackets and tailoring that brought some sharpness to the collection’s flowing silhouettes. Highlighting the collection’s somber tones, meanwhile, were glimmers of color in the form of lilac, blue and yellow, as well as the more notable use of white on the models’ hair and faces.

Author: Jonathan Poh
Date: Jun 28, 2013  /  Views: 4
Category: Style  /  Tags: Yohji yamamoto, Fashion, Paris fashion week