Y-3 Opens Pre-Orders for Collage Graphic Printed FW20 Tote Bag

Yours for $200 USD.

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Yohji Yamamoto‘s adidas-supported division line Y-3 has opened pre-order for its Fall/Winter 2020 collection, with one standout piece being this graphic tote bag.

The piece is made from a technical canvas weave and is finished in an off white tone, giving the tote bag a vintage look. The front features Y-3 branding, adidas iconography and disruptive graphics such as tears and wavy prints, as well as a pair of glaring eyes and a pouting lip together in a collage.

Y-3 keeps things minimalistic everywhere else, adding just a black lining for another touch of contrast. Two handles, snap-button fastening and magnetic closure systems, as well as tonal topstitching, round out the tote bag’s design.

Take a closer look at Y-3’s graphic tote bag in the gallery above, and pick up one for yourself from retailers such as LN-CC for $200 USD.

In case you missed it, here is the full BAPE x COMME des GARÇONS Osaka collection.

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