After dropping its Spring/Summer 2020 boxing shoe-inspired footwear selection, Yohji Yamamoto has unveiled a range of long flare coats as part of its seasonal lineup. Each velvet coat features artwork of knights in action in a sleek wrap-around design. The elongated silhouette extends past the knees, serving as an elegant layering piece for the warmer months.
One jacket style boasts a double-breasted collar and a button-up closure for a more traditional and formal look. The second style features a large flap closure held in place by two different fastenings, as well as a subtle side slit. Covering a large portion of the body and ending at the coat’s bottom hem are images of the medieval warrior in ornately-decorated armor holding swords or riding horses. One graphic features a knight and its horse covered in a playful harlequin pattern, while another showcases a knight’s regal helmet and opulent red and gold armor. Small front pockets and tonal stitching finish off the coats’ designs.
Check out the SS20 Knight Pattern Coats in the slideshow above. Each coat is currently available on Yohji Yamamoto’s website for $5,400 USD.
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