Y's Yohji Yamamoto & more

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About Y's Yohji Yamamoto

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 scarf-loving 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.

New Sales Featuring Y's Yohji Yamamoto & more

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Past Sales Featuring Y's Yohji Yamamoto & more

Sale Ended July 16, 2014

Rick Owens

Rick Owens’s edgy, boundary-pushing designs have inspired a growing number of stylish dudes to migrate over to his look — including designer-obsessed, name-dropping rappers like A$AP Rocky. This sale has a variety of pieces, from leather biker jackets to tailored skirts, all with one thing in common: they’re unmistakably Rick.

Sale Ended July 20, 2014

Designer 101

Even if you don’t consider yourself a fashion guy, your wardrobe will always benefit from the addition of key designer pieces. This sale features blazers, suits, sweaters, slim shirts, and more from brands like Paul Smith, Band of Outsiders, and Rick Owens to add a dose of designer sophistication to your look.

Sale Ended August 03, 2014

Wear This Now: Athletic-Inspired Style

You don't have to be a jock to rock the sport-inflected look this season.

Sale Ended September 03, 2010

Morgane le Fay, Ann Demeulemeester and Yohji Yamamoto

Forget cookie-cutter clothing: These three designers are breaking the mold as they play with oversize proportions, edgy silhouettes and asymmetrical tailoring. Choose among avant-garde dresses and jackets by Yohji Yamamoto, ethereal, airy frocks by Morgane Le Fay and effortlessly stunning draped tops by Ann Demeulemeester.