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.
Based in Tokyo and Paris, designer Yohji Yamamoto is innovation at its purest. Never conventionally sexy or trendy, his pieces are truly for the fashion aficionado. Textured jackets, voluminous, flowing fabrics and a somber palette define the Yohji Yamamoto look. With a never-dull, avant garde spirit, it’s no wonder this gender-bending label is often critically praised. Yamamoto has also collaborated with other fashion brands, including adidas (Y-3), Hermès and Mikimoto, as well as with artists of different genres, like Sir Elton John, Placebo and Takeshi Kitano.
From 3.1 Philip Lim's avant-garde orange utility pants to the blazers and shirts of Y's Yohji Yamamoto, this massive final sale runs the gamut from cutting edge to classic, from formal to casual and from cashmere to cotton to wool.
We’d be happy to hang by these high-styling threads. Find style from cuff to collar and be ready for all of fall.
This sale is like a reunion of the avant garde from both sides of the Atlantic. Americans Adam Kimmel and BESS are cheek-to-jowl with Ann Demeulemeester from the Antwerp 6, the mininalist German designer Jil Sander, the Japanese icon Yohji Yamamoto and the playful colorful threads of Italy's Moschino.