6 Knits You Should Have In Your Autumn/Winter Wardrobe Anderson and Yohji Yamamoto have riffed on the oversized knit this season, producing a variety of high-quality, edgy versions which are slightly frayed or ripped to emulate age. It's also worth looking at traditional takes – like the chunky Aran knits available at Aran Sweater Market.
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Alexander Wang Teams Up With Adidas Originals On A New Line
Following in the footsteps of Yohji Yamamoto, Kanye West and Raf Simons, Wang has created an 84-piece unisex collection for the sports giant, containing T-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, joggers and sneakers.
Unveiled at the end of his spring/summer 2017 runway show in New York, the...
The Best German Men's Fashion Brands
Today the label has taken to fashion just as effectively, with several diffusion lines (including the standout Originals collection) and collabs with industry big-hitters – Yohji Yamamoto, Rick Owens and Jeremy Scott to name but three.
Germany is by no means a hip-hop mecca (heard of...
*SALE HUNT* Atelier New York What does this mean for us? Designer discounts! And a whole lotta it! Starting tomorrow, the West Chelsea multi-brand retailer will offer up to 70% off on hip "it" brands like Vetements, Balmain, Chloé, ACNE Studios, Maison Margiela, Ann Demeulemeester, Yohji Yamamoto, Rick Owens, and more....
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What happens when adidas and Yohji Yamamoto collide? Magic. That's what.
Cast your own style spells with this brilliant white neoprene backpack, an accessory that embodies what Y-3 is all about.
Its durable construction is complemented with zip compartments and contrast taping...
WOA Looks from Paris Men's Spring 2017
Dries Van Noten
Dries Van Noten
Comme des Garçons
Comme des Garçons
Walter Van Beirendonck
Walter Van Beirendonck
Yohji Yamamoto Men's Spring 2017 A nod to military was there in the patched pockets and the boiler suit, a familiar sight on the Yamamoto runway.
With total sartorial confidence, he also reveals his sense of humor more and more each season, referencing himself in both words and images, and even playing parts of the...
Y-3 Launches The All-Grey QasaYohji Yamamoto has been making sneakerheads' hearts swell since 2003. And, judging by his latest lovechild with adidas, it's time to grab the defibrillator – the much-hyped Y-3 Qasa now comes in a new grey-on-grey colourway.
Many hypebeasts claim the Y-3 Qasa is the best trainer of the last...
Inside Yohji Yamamoto's Fashion Philosophy" But while most of the media derided them — telling the pair to go back to Japan — the buyers, always looking for something new, Yamamoto explains, were enthralled.
Since then, Yamamoto developed a dedicated global following, and today his two main lines Yohji Yamamoto and Y's are stocked...
How To Wear Green This Season (Without Looking Like A Soldier) "But green was seen on the runway at designers as diverse as Lemaire, Valentino and Yohji Yamamoto," says Damien Paul, head of menswear at MATCHESFASHION.COM. It appeared on everything from suiting to souvenir jackets to, in Craig Green's case, patch-pocketed karate coats. And such variety...
Sydney Loves Fashion: Fashion Recap: FGI Fall/Winter Trend Event Shown above: Miu Miu, Yohji Yamamoto.
Layered Textures - The mixed media trend for spring was just a prelude of what was to come. For fall 2016, contrasting textures dominated the runway and offered fresh pairings for the new season. Velvet, fur, fringe, leather, lace, satin, embroideries,...
The Best Invisible Lace Trainers
Speaking of Y-3, the sneaker project where Yohji Yamamoto experiments with bonkers silhouettes, this season he's decided to ditch laces entirely.
The Country Zip takes a Yamamoto signature – adidas' trio of stripes replaced with dangling string – then swaps the laces for a zipped upper....
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Paris Fashion Week Highlights
Floral abstraction at Comme Des Garçons
Printed luxury at Louis Vuitton
Going to the disco with Isabel Marant
Black on Black at Yohji Yamamoto
The return of construction at Balenciaga
Late night couture glam at Saint Laurent
Ancient Egypt at Givenchy
Hot Pink at Chanel
Yohji Yamamoto: Bag it Up Hey, what about this completely covert Yohji Yamamoto Bakery Clutch? Crease Japanese paper with a velcro closure perfectly negotiates my avant-garde and practical impulses – and my French literature will do just fine in the luxurious red textile inside. Besides, I've always wanted to try to...
These Y-3 QR Runs Are So Beautiful We Almost Want To Go Jogging The three-strips sub-label, Y-3, where Japanese design maven Yohji Yamamoto creates grail designs like some sneaker-mad scientist, has put out some of the best (and occasionally most unwearable) trainers of the last decade.
Not least the QR, which hits that sweet spot between futuristic...
8 Ways To Wear All-Black-Errrthing From Yeezy to Yohji Yamamoto, this humble piece has become the go-to casual choice and, like any popular garment, has a price point to suit all.
Classic shapes are being countered with oversized billowy alternatives from the likes of Vetements (one to look out for) to break the status quo –...
Education, Education Report 2015 A former classmate of Yohji Yamamoto and the teacher of Junya Watanabe, Kosugi has been with the school for 35 years. "Every student, whether they're studying design or merchandising, has to study this first. To know the body well is very important."
Indeed, the mannequins are one aspect of
Top 10 Autumn/Winter 2015 Menswear Buys The mushrooming array of hook-ups between high fashion and sports brands should be your first stop, especially if your tastes are more outré – kicks from adidas x Rick Owens and the Yohji Yamamoto-helmed Y-3 are especially high impact.
If you're more minimalist, then look to brands like...