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Hotoveli and Barney's have current season stuff .which is fun to try on and carefully put back on the rack. Not sure about older , maybe INA? If Atelier is still open and has any stock it'll be 75off so might worth checking out too

I bought the last two Yohji pieces atelier had in stock last week. the zip peak lapel blazer and the wool fedora with the black/white ribbon icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

IF in soho will carry Yohji homme this spring and from now on for the first time in years. they had Yohji's 1st collection around 83-84. eventually, when the yohji boutique opened across the street they, obviously, lost the rights. when that shop shut down yohji still wouldn't sell to them, something to do with atelier or I dont know what, but it's finally coming back.

i'll be there on the weekends smile.gif come see me
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I am currently monitor an ebay auction. Can someone shed some light?

Here is the link

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mens-Vintage-Yohji-Yamamoto-Tailored-Herringbone-3-Button-Wool-Trench-Overcoat-/231123473717?pt=US_CSA_MC_Outerwear&hash=item35d0085535
post #5373 of 5741
It's not a YYPH/YFM/Y'sYY/Y's garment afaik.
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Hi all, I'm planning to sell the AW 2012 knit in this picture, in size 3, (except in a light grey version) soon. So I just thought I would see if anyone here is interested. I love the knit itself, but I'm wearing mostly black, and it just doesn't seem to work with my wardrobe. The knit is a mix of alpaca and silk, and is extremely soft and warm, and has a great distressed look, in the form of areas where the knitting appears to be coming undone, creating a kind of spider-web effect. The piece is in excellent condition (I've only worn it a few times) and I will be selling it at a very good price. If you're interested, just send me a PM. 

 

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Ecstatically celebrated Xmas Day in why-so-serious YY fashion :) No pun intended. 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

YYPH SS08 Message Blazer - ( HM-J11-202 ) - in deep black, 50/50 rayon/bamboo, unique soft hand, sheeny fabric in person. Size 3 with a drop shouldered, long silhouette, 3B closure to notch lapels, half body + sleeves in cupro, long back vent, 3 inside + 3 outside pockets, 4B non-working cuffs. Asymmetrically applied beige message strips left + right at the front in 95/5 cotton/polyurethane. 

 

YYPH SS07 Look 27 Suspender Pants - ( HT-P17-203 ) - black, comparable sheeny 56/44 rayon/ramie blend. Sz 3 oversized drapey fit. 

 

YYPH SS10 Hat, SS Tee, CDG H+ belt, black canvas Converse. 

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very summery fit for Christmas. makes me depress looking at the jacket somehow. no idea why. also does "deep black" means?

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Very awesome. I hope to eventually acquire that jacket in a size 3 for myself.
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I am even more ecstatic that you feel depressed looking at it but hey, you can always look away.

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Boring commerce question, but Im looking at Hervia's sale. Do they go below 50% off (&rough idea of a timeframe?)

 

PS: The black depressing jacket looks great.

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I 'll get torched for this, but I think cons (or any other slim footwear for that matter) look pretty off with the YY fits I've seen. Dainty is the word that comes to mind. For me, wide trousers need a bulkier shoe.

 

Cue rebuttal citing historical precedent...

post #5381 of 5741
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Boring commerce question, but Im looking at Hervia's sale. Do they go below 50% off (&rough idea of a timeframe?)

PS: The black depressing jacket looks great.

Yes it does go below half price, even 70% off at some point ( in Jan for AW sale ). If you are on its mailing list it sometimes sends you a code to further reduce prices @ check out. Also it does have stuff in store which aren't shown online.

Something you like from its stock?

PS. thanks for the kind words smile.gif
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Hi Arche,

Im new to styleforum but have been following the Yohji thread for quite awhile now- its proving to be really interesting and informative too! Anyway I really wanted that sweater but unfortunately Conduit Street store sold out before I had chance to buy it, if its still available then please let me know as Id be very interested. Im based in London if you'd like to meet up or I could pay through paypal

 

Best Regards and happy new year,

Nick (Negativland)

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Just received this in the post - it's a sz 3 AW (EDIT: ss)09 jacket a few here may be familiar with because it's made appearances here in others' wardrobes in the past. I genuinely don't know how to express how beautiful that season's jackets seem to be - a personal favourite element being the huuuge interior pockets. 

 

I'm on holiday at the moment so threw this over what I was wearing when it came (j crew cords with muji shirt) so the proportions maybe aren't best - though saying that I am pleased with the colour palate this offers.

 


Edited by StevenE - 1/3/14 at 9:56am
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@StevenE Very nice :) You mean SS09?

post #5385 of 5741

Oh shit yes. 

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