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pretty sure its from aw95..

 

 

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interesting piece on y! and not expensive.

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post #3122 of 5717
oh really shah! Good to know.
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I know I posted this before, here's a better picture. Wonder if they are all PH pieces?  The 2nd one on left looks rather feminine ( and nice ).

 

The one on the far right will be mine ...... one day confused.gif

 that one, maybe 003, is femme. though seems like most of the styles/ishinomori designs have both mens and womens version.

 

 

for example

 

mens

400

 

 

womens is a tunic length hoody

400

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i love those ss04 shirts. shame thats not the right one...

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for the colorful guy. :-)

 

http://page5.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/e128117752#enlargeimg

 

 

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AW10 Stole, expensive yes, but it's such an awesome piece....
http://page8.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/h159860665

Wow, that is really really cool. Don't know when I'd wear it but I would love to have that whole suit. drool.gif
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That shirt is like the garment version of a Wong Kar-Wai film.

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something that i came across today. both from adolf loos. pretty sure most of the people who wear yohji can agree on this. at least when i wear my yohji garments i feel confident, comfortable and modern by mixing classic proportions. 

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"only objects that are fashionable over lengthy period of time deserve the term "fashion". if something goes out of fashion after one season it has only pretended to be modern without actually being so." 

 

 

 

 

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"person who differs least from everyone else will be the most fashionable." 

the man himself looks pretty fucking good.

 

 

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mens

400

 

 

womens is a tunic length hoody

400

 

Thanks for the pics.  At first I was a bit let down that Yohji was repeating himself - I like the idea of items being from one season and one season only, and these are obviously very similar to F/W 2007 - but I really like this.  Brings back fond memories I guess...

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would any of you guys be willing to help me identify the fabric
used for pants in these two looks on the accompanying video(YYPH SS12, 2.45-2.50, 3-.05-3.10).

im enlisting the help of a friend to make a skirt
and it'd really help if i could translate to her my ideas on the feel of it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQboo8IcH_Y
Edited by blackakira - 10/30/12 at 11:42pm
post #3131 of 5717
245 i believe is wool gab.
305 i am not too sure
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The first is linen, the second is wool gabardine.

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shout out to dantebykiko for the Y's string blazer AW2005.
post #3134 of 5717
That's fantastic Parker. Mind if I what shoes those are? They kind of look like the Raf Simons x Dr Martens
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thx dude. just Docs. I think they're called the Jeffrey model. no yellow stitching and slightly thinner sole than the 1460.
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