Legendary Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto’s Y’s line made its first appearance in 1977. A cult favorite in Tokyo that has reemerged in the West, the line’s womenswear spotlights elemental basics of contemporary avant-garde fashion. Androgynous adaptations of classic tops, trousers, dresses, and jumpsuits with trompe-l’oeil constructions emphasize volume as opposed to being oversized, intentionally tailored with a distinctively goth and grunge inflection to each timeless piece. Asymmetric constructions, innovative techniques, and unexpected pops of color all give character to Y’s ready-to-wear.
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