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I really like everything I have seen from the Regulation line. Thanks for posting these photos StevenE.

Arche you make me wish I lived in a place that would justify owning one of those wraps, hehe.

So many awesome pieces available for sale right now (and in my size!). Wonder whether everyone is gearing up for SS13 purchases devil.gif. Wish I had some money right now actually, some pieces I would love to get from various peeps.

Been messing about in this courtyard space in my office and think it could become my new photo spot. Unfortunately there's nowhere to place a camera, but I am looking into that. Pardon the iPhone pics, but I can't find my camera charger frown.gif.


More shots (Click to show)



- SS09 3-button jacket (HV-J19-305) 74 Linen/26 Cupro with a silk & ramie mesh lining underneath the lapels. Great jacket, I love how it rumples and the sleeve length makes it one of my faves. Posted before I believe.
- AW11 high waisted pants w/ suspender buttons 100% cotton. Another iteration of the cinchable high-waisted pants that Yohji seems to do often. I already posted in great detail about this before so won't go into that again. Probably my most worn pair of Yohji pants as they can transform into so many configurations (cinched, belted and folded like today, cinched no belt and folded or worn high, worn with suspenders etc.).
- AW12 extra-long cinch-buckle leather belt.
- Y's for men boots cow (I believe) leather no idea what season.


Woah, I think I just remembered where I kept the charger as I was posting this, lol. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Ivwri killing it as usual :)

I am in a bit of anticlimax right now regarding SS13 after HK. However I am saving the Look 12 wool gab Balloon Blazer till the Cambon sale to " build " our relationship. 

 

 

with the face (Click to show)

 

 

 

YYPH AW07 Knit Insert Stand Collar Blazer - ( HX-J36-100 ) - non runway, 100% black wool gab, size 3, 5 horn button closure, stand collar with a cutaway style, buttonless cuffs. usual 3 inside pockets. Button placket/front section + 2 faux flapped pockets in dark grey thick 90/10 wool/nylon knit. Great construction + silhouette.

 

YYPH AW04 Zipper Cropped Pants - ( HJ-P37-014 ) - in black, 100% thick grade cotton. size 3 huge waist. Adjustable hem length via 2 riri zippers per leg.

 

YYPH AW11 Monkey Boots - ( HP-E05-754 ), black, size 2, 15 eyelet lace closure, Vibram soles.

 

SS Tee, CDG H+ belt. 

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Drake. At least now I know what not to buy.

 

 

EDIT: PS you look lovely.

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because Drake its wearing y-3 means its not good? i don't get the point..

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No because it means if you ran into drake you'd match and feel really embarrassed. 

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don't worry, i doubt you will ran into him anytime soon.

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On another note, I see the ebay seller here appears to have misread the S on the label for a 5. Nice jacket, I hope the eventual winner doesn't end up disappointed with the sizing... 

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Ivwri, your inability to crosspost your fits onto the WAYWT thread is going to force me to follow this thread ffffuuuu.gif
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Originally Posted by lmaozedong View Post

Ivwri, your inability to crosspost your fits onto the WAYWT thread is going to force me to follow this thread ffffuuuu.gif

lmao, to the dark side you must come. Yes! biggrin.gif
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china's The OUTLOOK Magazine's april 2013 issue is dedicated to yohji and edited by him:





Edited by surver - 3/26/13 at 7:44pm
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china's The OUTLOOK Magazine's april 2013 issue is dedicated to yohji and edited by him:

Thanks for that! Can you upload more pages please? It should be an interesting read nod[1].gif
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Can anyone remind me whether Yohji has, in any previous seasons, made any extra long waistcoats/vests? By long, I mean ones that hang down below waist-level, and can be worn with a shirt underneath, without tucking the shirt in. I have a vague memory of having seen something like this in either a runway photo, or a photo of someone wearing YYPH, but I can't recall where. 

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Thanks for that! Can you upload more pages please? It should be an interesting read nod[1].gif

the magazine's not officially out yet; i snipped the images from their official weibo but i think you can order the magazine through this:

http://detail.tmall.com/item.htm?id=10613631136&&bucket_id=19

not sure if they send overseas though... you can always try to contact the magazine to see if you can order from them: http://www.theoutlookmagazine.com/
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Art Complex by Yohji Yamamoto - A Beauty Looking Back(見返り美人)

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Originally Posted by Arche View Post

Can anyone remind me whether Yohji has, in any previous seasons, made any extra long waistcoats/vests? By long, I mean ones that hang down below waist-level, and can be worn with a shirt underneath, without tucking the shirt in. I have a vague memory of having seen something like this in either a runway photo, or a photo of someone wearing YYPH, but I can't recall where. 

Not sure what you really meant. A waistcoat the doesn't sit on the waist is not strictly called that, no? Besides if you are wearing a long shirt untucked under a waistcoat, there's nothing wrong aesthetically having the shirt poking out...

Anyway you may want to look at SS11 Look 17 & 26 to draw some inspiration. However those have a slim silhouette, I could wear a sz 4 when I tried in LN-CC.
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