Ostensibly a womenswear line, Yohji Yamamoto‘s Y’s imprint also offers goods under the youthful PINK label, which often veer into genderless territory. The line’s latest release falls under that umbrella, and may be one of the most unusual Yamamoto releases to date: a brief selection of tie-dye-heavy shirts and lounge gear printed with NASA-style PINK logos.
Encompassing a tie-dyed long-sleeved tee, hoodie, sweatpants and an oversized T-shirt (in black or white), the capsule offers some of the most streetwear-friendly imagery this side of Y-3. The playful galaxy graphic is placed at the chest of the tees, while the hoodie — offered in black or purple-hued iterations like the other tie-dye goods –is blank on the front, instead boasting a Pink Floyd-style “Pink” print at the rear. The matching sweatpants sport a distorted Old English phrase at the thigh, with a swirling dye finish that matches the other garments.
Shop the off-kilter goods on Yohji Yamamoto’s web store.