* Runway shows are as much to showcase the particular items in the collection, as they are to hint in a larger aesthetic shift. You seem to be saying that because Yohji shows prints in a runway collection, that that's how the prints should be worn. Also, there's a big difference between S/S collections and F/W collections, as with any designer, but you seem to be saying that his collections over the last ten years are almost entirely prints, which isn't true...
* Maybe instead of 'black/white' I should've said 'basic dark-hued colors' .
* Here's an example of what I'm talking about:
* I also thought it was obvious when I was talking about prints in response to the ones you posted (which were printed knits), I wasn't saying that those were the only prints in a Yohji collection...
Also what's with the "well you MUST not know anything about Yohji if you think this" attitude? Are you denying my characterization of his printed knits? You don't think the printed pajama pants- esque pants have a sense of playful humor about them? And you don't think that all of this prints are categorically different from tacky Armani Exchange and Express style prints that are just random lines and contrasting lame fabric appliques?
<-- thats not subdued?