Photographer Max Vadukul, who has been working with Yohji Yamamoto for over 25 years, is interviewed by Terry Jones and long time collaborator Masao Nihei contributes an essay on some of the wider influences on Yohji Yamamoto's designs and their presentation. Beautifully illustrated using...

Yohji Yamamoto was in a pensive mood, his quintessential blackness pervading most of the looks on the runway. The invitation itself was a crumpled piece of paper, as if had been discarded in a mailbox instead of a trash can. The clothes, too, had a feeling of rip-it-up-and-start-again, as if...

Front cover of 'Yohji Yamamoto - My Dear Bomb' "YOHJI YAMAMOTO - My Dear Bomb" is the first ever published biography of the Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto. In this book, his life is unveiled in a radical and deeper way than ever before, through a short fiction while himself being tossed by...

Yohji Yamamoto in retrospect Lottie Johansson Last Updated: Mar 27, 2011 Often described as the designer's designer, Yohji Yamamoto has been making waves on the international fashion circuit for more than 30 years: an important enough figure to warrant a major retrospective exhibition at...

When that designer is Yohji Yamamoto. This distinctive designer is known for his advent- garde style and free spirit, frequently creating designs far removed from current trends. His signature oversized silhouettes, look unfinished, and play with the idea that the garments could be worn by...

Following Yamamoto's previous solo exhibitions in Florence Correspondences (2005), Paris Juste des Vêtements (2005) and Antwerp Dream Shop (2006), this UK retrospective will exhibit items from his menswear collections for the first time. Yohji Yamamoto was born in Tokyo in 1943 and studied...

As part of the V&A retrospective, an installation by Yamamoto can be seen at the Wapping Project (until 14 August 2011) and an exhibition exploring the lifecycle of one Yamamoto garment – from design to catwalk – entitled Yohji Yamamoto at Work is on at Fashion Space Gallery at the London...

For our review of Yohji Yamamoto's Fall 2011 collection and more pics, click more The best thing about Yohji Yamamoto's fall 2011 runway show was the variance of models. In a fashion world so besought with slim and slimmer, it was awesome to see Yohji select models who were of average build...

" The Yohji Yamamoto exhibition In all honesty the exhibition could've been better laid out, as there was no sense of direction for a visitor as the clothes were all over the space (as pictured below). As well as the fact you could see the whole exhibition at a glance made it very hard to

Street Talk–With a puff of powder, Yohji Yamamoto sent his men down the catwalk with a loose laid-back attitude. Dressed in hues of black and chalk, Yamamoto's version of the suit reigned with baggy trousers and oversize jackets. Featuring a couple of paper bag waists, attention was drawn to a...

 

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