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Designed through the eyes of Yohji Yamamoto, each piece was crafted to capture Harden‘s style of play, yet embodies his off-court fashion sensibilities through its silhouettes, choice of materials and bold detailing. In true Y-3 form, the range’s monochrome color scheme can be seen across a bomber, shorts, hoodie, tank top, cropped pants, crewneck, reversible blouson and footwear offerings – the Y-3 BYW BBALL, Tangutsu and Bashyo.
Present throughout the collection is the Botan flower (AKA the “King of Flowers”) graphic, a flower that is often used in ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arrangement, and symbolizes honor, respect, good fortune, bravery and nobility.
The collection’s price point ranges from $30 to $700 USD and drops April 13 at Y-3 stores and online.
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