Yohji Yamamoto Displays an Art-Inclined Fall/Winter 2018 Collection

Portraits of the legendary Japanese designer adorn loose-fitting silhouettes.

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Yohji Yamamoto recently unveiled his namesake imprint’s Fall/Winter 2018 collection for Paris Fashion Week Men’s 2018.

The celebrated Japanese designer opted for a more art-inclined approach when it came to the graphics portion of the unconventional assemblage. Portraits of Yamamoto are embellished across a diverse array of shirting alongside Japanese Kanji letters. Key looks include elongated sportcoats with indigo and deep red color-blocking, distressed turtleneck sweatshirts, long button-down shirts with abstract motifs, and flowy trousers with subtle tie-dye patterns. Conclusively, footwear options span high-top boots and low-top sneakers with several all-over printed variants.

View the full menswear line above and then head over to Yohji Yamamoto’s website to learn more.

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