The Fashion Space Gallery of the London College of Fashion is displaying a Yohji Yamamoto exhibition until 10 July 2011. The retrospective is organised in collaboration with Yohji Yamamoto company and the Victoria and Albert Museum. On display are ideas of process, inspiration and journey in...

Yohji Yamamoto is a designer of the dark. Black permeates nearly everything he creates. In a documentary coming this Fall, we get a deeper glimpse into his psyche. In "This Is My Dream" we'll learn what makes him tick, but more importantly, what makes him design. Was it the bomb in Tokyo? That...

the V&A Also beginning on the 12th March there will be a photographic exhibition exploring the work of the designer and a beautiful garment installation which will tackle Yamamoto's influence on the Western world. Yamamoto's Wedding Dress Installation at Wapping Power Station For...

Yohji Yamamoto Fall 2011 | Paris Fashion Week Yohji Yamamoto's rebellious fall 2011 Yohji Yamamoto's cotton candy haired protagonist brought high fashion street wear to the fall 2011 season. With kaleidoscopic prints, fish netting and even wire hoop skirts for a dramatic effect–Yamamoto's...

Recently we have been to the latest "V&A Fashion in Motion" by Yohji Yamamoto" at the V&A in the Raphael Gallery. This event features Yamamoto's S|S 2011 collections,including menswear which was inspired by the V&A textile archives. The garments are modelled by real-life couples, an idea...

e not ripping their clothes off if they only have 2 minutes to change. It's kind of funny that fashion shows are all about the clothes, yet for about half the time the clothes are not worn. Yohji Yamamoto claims he creates 80% of the clothes, but the other 20% is solely shaped by the person...

Photo Courtesy of the Victoria & Albert Museum London Editor This installation-based retrospective, taking place 30 years after Yamamoto's debut in Paris, features over 80 garments spanning the designer's career. Yohji Yamamoto was born in Tokyo in 1943 and studied at Keio University...

The School of Form and Function–Continuing his own stake at the timeless classic, Yohji Yamamoto delivers a spring 2012 collection with a scholarly apeal. Bringing together the oversize jacket with pleated skirts and cut away layers, an honest presentation progresses to reveal a joyous use of...

And they're still going strong, unveiling new faces and captivating spells from the fashion designers world. What makes a great designer? Take for instance Yohji: I'm not interested in fashion, generally, I'm just interested in how to cut the clothing. Think of all those watching the...

Capes with pleats, multilayered dresses, boleros with unusual puffy sleeves, shirts with torn sleeves, and even color blocked dresses – all looked stylish and interesting. Hats were the only and few accessories but they made the collection unique and memorable. Flat shoes, sneakers and...

 

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