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Hi, Parker,

it's my pleasure!

 

Hi, all,

 

 

it took time to edit my picture, hehehe

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Sounds very interesting, really wonder where they find all these super rare pieces.

 

on-line for dirty cheap and resell them to people who want to be cool for xxxxx times. 

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Finally received the Yohji CdH jacket, the fit is spot on. 90% wool, 10% nylon, unlined. Warm and comfy Excuse the dirty mirror and messy bathroom.


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Hello from the Far East :)

 

 

 

YYPH AW09 Look 3 Fedora Hat - ( HZ-H05-127 ) - in black, 100% wool.

 

YYPH SS05 Reversible Blazer - ( HY-J45-801 ) - in black/grey, 100% linen. Size 2 oversized silhouette, red buttons, 4B closure to small notch lapels with optional stand collar 5th button closure, black side with contrast red stitching, reverse side is dark grey. Truly reversible with 5B + 5 buttonholes on both left + right panels.

 

Y's for men Cargo Pants - ( MW-P11-104 ) - in black, season unknown, 100% woven wool. Size 3 enormous waist + general silhouette, 7 chunky belt loops, horn buttons, buttoned fly. 2 large cargo pockets closed by concealed buttons, 2 large back flapped pockets, concealed buttons. Very wide hems, worn here cropped.

 

Uniqlo SS Tee, CDG H+ belt, black canvas Converse AllStar hi-tops


Edited by davidlee388 - 2/24/14 at 8:18am
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Nice David. What's the interior of the jacket like? any other red elements?

 

I like that you often wear a hat.. it's like an exclamation point to all the volume of the clothes. it's probably been discussed previously but hats seem to be a consistent theme througout all of Yohji's work. The women's are especially amazing and wonderful. I think it's time for me to find a Yohji fedora. :-)

 

 

 

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@Parker, thanks for the kind words. I always wear baseball caps with my " other " wardrobe with my " other " friends but it's actually you and Wire.Artist that inspired me to wear hats with the Yohji outfits, now it's 2nd nature and if Yohji clothes are like armour according to the master, why not protecting the head as well lol.

 

The reverse of the blazer, complete with its own bottom pockets as well:-

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Edited by davidlee388 - 2/24/14 at 10:14am
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hah ^ I just hope the baseball cap is SS2006 :-) I can't imagine you wearing anything else but Yohji.

 

I only have the one Y-3 blue straw fedora which I love the shape of. I wouldn't mind finding a black version of it as well or better yet a YYPH version with a nice silk ribbon. There are lots of other cool hats, but the fedora seems to go really well with blazers and other more 'classic' set-ups. plus I love the way Yohji himself wears one.

 

that 2005 jacket is pretty neat. I like the gray linen, has a lived-in, washed effect.

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@Parker, haha my " other " wardrobe is 90% Y-3, the baseball caps are just Y-3 and good old Nike smile.gif

Fedora gives the dandy vibe imo. Plus wearing a hat removes the need to style one's hair lol.

The SS05 blazer is practical, baggy as opposed to recent collections' size 2s. It's a 9 year old piece so definitely lived-in. But some Yohji clothes, like the master himself, do improve with age smile.gif
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hah ^ I just hope the baseball cap is SS2006 :-) I can't imagine you wearing anything else but Yohji.

 

I thought last year's Y's/New Era collaboration caps looked cool! I don't really wear hats and certainly could never pull off a fedora but I liked them all the same.

 

They YY facebook page posted this recently: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.427166084084541.1073741834.419903961477420&type=1 gives new detail on Sasada's contributions to A/W15. 

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^ those drawings are so nice !

posting from the majestic Rosenrot

Yohji Yamamoto via The Rosenrot | For The Love of Avant-Garde FashionYohji Yamamoto via The Rosenrot | For The Love of Avant-Garde FashionYohji Yamamoto via The Rosenrot | For The Love of Avant-Garde FashionYohji Yamamoto via The Rosenrot | For The Love of Avant-Garde FashionYohji Yamamoto via The Rosenrot | For The Love of Avant-Garde Fashion



Wearing a cape/jacket hybrid from one of my favourite Yohji Yamamoto collections – FW2006, with Yohji Yamamoto skirt and Damir Doma boots.


Edited by the shah - 2/25/14 at 4:28pm
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If I was female I'd be over her ebay offerings so fast...

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Her haider shots ain't bad either wink.gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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YOHJI YAMAMOTO RTW FW2K1415

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YYPH AW14 was only the starter, YYF AW14 is the main course.

Yohji Yamamoto, turbo-charged!! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Yohji Yamamoto, turbo-charged!! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Indeed.
Awesome coats
How do you compare with previous collections David? haven't followed YYF.

Also are these the Japanese Gods Fujin and Raijin? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Would love to see Yohji san play with Japanese mythology in men's.
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