Wool Pleated Knee Length Skirt

Yohji Yamamoto
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Wool Pleated Knee Length Skirt

$840
$298 Gilt
Size (Yohji Yamamoto):
Yohji Yamamoto Women's Apparel
Yohji Yamamoto Wm US
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3 8
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    Wm US 4
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    Wm US 6
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    Wm US 8
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Description
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Wool pleated skirt. Functional buckle clasp and snap closure at side hem. Hidden side two snap closure. 28 inches from waist to hemline. Measurements were taken from a size 1. Model's height is 5 feet 9 inches; bust 33 inches; waist 23 inches; hips 33 inches.

Material: 100% wool shell

Brand: Yohji Yamamoto

Origin: Japan

Based in Tokyo and Paris, Yohji Yamamoto is the perfect example of a sartorial innovator. Never conventionally trendy, Yamamoto’s clothing, shoes and perfume are for the true style aficionado. Textured jackets, voluminous, flowing fabrics, and a somber palette define the Yohji Yamamoto look, which is filtered through his eponymous label and its sibling, Y's Yohji Yamamoto. Given its lively, avant-garde spirit, Yohji Yamamoto’s envelope-pushing label has become a favorite among critics and non-professional admirers alike. In addition to his own work, Yamamoto has collaborated with the brands Adidas (Y-3), Hermès, and Mikimoto and with artists as diverse as Sir Elton John, Placebo, and Takeshi Kitano.