S’YTE Unveils Its Diverse SS21 Collection

Crafted from stretch material built for the WFH norms.

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Reversing the spelling of “et Y’s” the French word for “with Y’s”, S’YTE is designed by the creative team of Yohji Yamamoto. Adopting the illustrious designer’s signature silhouettes, the online-exclusive brand focuses on crafting from the highest quality materials for its Made in Japan range.

With remote working now being commonplace, S’YTE accommodates for the times with the unveiling of its Spring/Summer 2021 collection. The latest offering consists of a range of relaxed fit garments from everyday to professional looks, crafted from stretch fabrics for added comfort whilst staying business-ready. Featuring a full range of staple pieces including jackets, blousons and pants — the collection utilizes seasonless denim and a variety of leathers, fit for everyday looks. In addition, there’s an enriched selection of sought-after modular jewelry built to be styled in versatile ways alternating between necklaces, chokers and bracelets.

Channeling a modern interpretation of traditional Eastern aesthetics, patterns are inspired by the Indian Sarasa appropriated onto fits which boast a new concept of minimal tailoring. Exaggerated silhouettes adapt into layering pieces, with a neutral color palette embracing the refreshing SS21 season. Accompanying the collection is S’YTE’s first-ever visual campaign, inspired by the raw, rebellious iconography of rock music which aligns with the line’s aesthetic.

The S’YTE SS21 collection is now available to purchase exclusively on Yohji Yamamoto’s THE SHOP YOHJI YAMAMOTO webstore.

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