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few new things arrived last week. ss02 suit - 97% wool / 3% polyester. hem and cuffs have silk tape, which its not sewn but its the selvedge of the roll. half lined with white mesh. 



ss02 (Click to show)


ss12 "yohji" coat. same as alfonso and valter's. bought it bnwt for a steal. i will request that i get buried with it.




ss12 yohji coat. (Click to show)

Please do, I will know which grave to rob happy.gif
That is seriously gorgeous. A proper heavy yohji coat for winter is on my personal grail list.
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I am a big fan of CS as a way to fill holes in a YY wardrobe on the cheap, especially if its basics. And at 32 dollars, pretty much no excuse smile.gif. I think that a simple shirt + that parka (especially worn open) will be gorgeous (along with those black boots).

Point I think is though the pants look good on you. You say they feel good. So don't sell. I am in the some place as you and so I save my yohji peices till they have more friends to play with biggrin.gif
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Oh yes Kiko, that Yohji coat is phenomenal, tried both the black and navy iterations in Cambon last month, albeit in sz 3. 

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Wool felt hat: Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme A/W2011

Cotton knit mantle with scarf and sleeves: Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme A/W2012

Wool gabardine "Yohji jacket": Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme S/S2012

Wool gabardine "Yohji waistcoat": Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme A/W1993

Cotton jersey string collar button-up shirt: Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme A/W2011

Wool gabardine drawstring trousers: Y's for men A/W1994

Leather bag: Yohji Yamamoto +NOIR

Logger boots: Red Wing Shoes

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Wool felt hat: Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme A/W2011

Cotton knit mantle with scarf and sleeves: Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme A/W2012

Wool gabardine "Yohji jacket": Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme S/S2012

Wool gabardine "Yohji waistcoat": Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme A/W1993

Cotton jersey string collar button-up shirt: Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme A/W2011

Wool gabardine drawstring trousers: Y's for men A/W1994

Leather bag: Yohji Yamamoto +NOIR

Logger boots: Red Wing Shoes

 

Wow wow wow, first post of AW12 worship.gif  The layering is crazy good, the black & white picture gives a vintage look ( Back To The Future III haha ). Complete with Red Wings....

 

#speechless

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Wool felt hat: Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme A/W2011



Cotton knit mantle with scarf and sleeves: Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme A/W2012



Wool gabardine "Yohji jacket": Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme S/S2012



Wool gabardine "Yohji waistcoat": Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme A/W1993



Cotton jersey string collar button-up shirt: Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme A/W2011



Wool gabardine drawstring trousers: Y's for men A/W1994



Leather bag: Yohji Yamamoto +NOIR



Logger boots: Red Wing Shoes



Is that the mantle coat they have on la garconne?
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Yes, it's the same. Hervia also stocks it.

 

It's the one from the first look in the runway presentation.

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The days of wearing SS here are numbered so made the most of them...

 

 

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close-up

 

 

 

YYPH SS08 Look 15 Espoir Blazer - ( HM-J68-100 ) SS08 the strongest thematic season in recent years, military inspired ( soldiers' homecoming, defeated army etc ) with thought provoking text/story telling. 100% wool signature gab, size 2 slight oversized fit. Classic blazer construction, 2B horn button closure, buttonless sleeves, half body + sleeves in cupro, notch lapels, semi-deconstructed left panel, long vent. Military vibes being expendable bottom pockets, army badge, punch holes on left lapel. " YOHJI " on left panel with an inverted " Y " ( mind in turmoil? ) contrasting an air of optimism suggested by dove embroideries and ESPOIR ( hope ). Above all a great fit blazer. 

 

YYPH SS10 Banded Hem Pants - ( HJ-P12-008 ) - 100% thin dry hand cotton, size 2 huge waist. Non-elastic bands on hems, back patch pockets.

 

YYPH SS Tee - ( HA-T91-952 ) Dark navy, 100% medium weight cotton, lovely neckline.

 

CDG H+ belt and Dr. Martens 1460 Mono 8 eyelet boots

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Manga fans take note!!!!

 

Cyborg 009 Series x Yohji Yamamoto re-edition

 

 

 

Edit:- esox, I am not in Tokyo, I wish!  smile.gif


Edited by davidlee388 - 10/10/12 at 7:10am
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Grr.. A great looking pair of YYPH pants was up on ebay and I missed it...
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those are tiny...

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those are tiny...

The taper does look pretty aggressive. I thought that might just be because of the angle + front crease.
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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=321000247033#ht_500wt_1156

 

if anyone interested please let me know and we will sort out the price. 

 

ps: the photo its from comma.comma but i didn't get the blazer from him.

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AW2005 collection. Look #10
The material (90% wool 10% nylon) is unique, sturdy but soft enough.
Gathered waist and four metallic buttons.
The shoulders are lovely and dropped, big armholes and great silhouette.

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brighter lighting to show more textures


thanks Mr Lee for tipping me off, and H-R is great !
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