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These are arriving tomorrow. Super excited. Front pockets have orange contrast stitching.

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The other day



Jacket: Costume d'Hommem (90% wool, 10% nylon)
shirt: Uniqlo
Pants: Lost & Found
Vans
Ring: Werkstatt Mucheun
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BEST. SHOW. EVER.

 

 

Cannot wait to see the videos in motion but looks unbelievable. It's such a blow-out I momentarily wondered if it could be his coup-de-grace to his fashion career. I'm sure it isn't but if so what a way to go this would be. Amazing.

 

also, love the boots.

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Originally Posted by cupper View Post

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.

I don't follow YYF that much either. Asobu & Wire.Artist are def more qualified to comment. Really admire the master for pushing himself at this stage of his career. IMHO though, like for like, as a Runway presentation, this is much stronger than AW13. Also better than SS14 & SS13.

There is also a wider scope of wearability of these clothes in women's fashion. My Mrs said she would wear a lot of these catwalk pieces whilst I can't say the same about those of YYPH AW14 myself.
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Holy. Shit.

 

Off to work right now so only skimmed through it but wow. 

 

A collection hasn't made me this excited in a while.

 

Just fucking amazing.

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Thread Starter 
Yohji is really on fire this year. Also haven't had time to sit down and look through the pics, but on first pass, looks amazing. Love his play on proportions, shapes, and the form of the material for the duvet/blanket coats. Use of art in this is better than the men's collection imo.

Good stuff.
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Dudes´ also need cool anime coats!!!! 

 

This collection is such a wonderful trip to everything that is cool since the inception of earth.

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What separated this from the PH AW14 show ( and to this Yohji fan, at least more appealing ) is on the Runway there were ( I counted briefly ) 22 " black " Looks as opposed to ONE only in the men's ( the last Look ). That gave a better balance to the show, something for everyone.

I try to imagine what the flagship store will look like in 6 months, 4 of these coats will take up the whole rack haha.
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His best show in recent years! 

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I try to imagine what the flagship store will look like in 6 months, 4 of these coats will take up the whole rack haha.

 

So true.  :)  But this is also what I really like about Yohji's shops...  every piece is given its own due / space, and that really allows you to consider (or re-look at) it.

 

I wasn't really interested in S/S 2014, but a trip to the Aoyama shop last week finally gave me an appreciation for it.  Being very excited by the A/W 2014-2015 runway pics, I really look forward to seeing the whole collection (even pieces I know I won't buy) in store (women's line included).

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am i the only one that doesnt like the color palette?

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This during a Far East break a few weeks back.

 

Tucked vs Untucked - win win all the same (Click to show)

 

 

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

 

YYPH SS14 Look 21 Cut-out Shirt - ( HG-B10-217 ) - in black, 100% soft hand satin smooth rayon. Size 2 with a long fit, lovely collar. 7B closure, concealed except collar one. 2, 4 and 1 long cut-outs on upper chest, upper back and bicep areas respectively. Beautiful movement worn untucked.

 

YYPH SS14 Look 10 Wrap Skirt-pants - ( HG-P40-100 ) - in navy, 100% signature wool gabardine. Size 2 fits spot on. They break new grounds construction wise..I'll try my best to elaborate. Button closure with elasticated waist, drawstrings + 7 belt loops, zipped fly, 2 low-cut back buttoned pockets, 2 side pockets. Double layered construction, inner one as cropped pants, length is spot on, outer layer essentially a skirt with long split at back ( closed with 5 buttons ). Outer layer partly " wraps " the front left to right with buckle + long dangling strap. The silhouette + movement offered are simply astonishing especially with shirt tucked. Wool gabardine means a trans-seasonal piece, so versatile. 

 

Consverse canvas hi-tops in black.

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those pants are insane !
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thought i'd share some recent pickups , as the thawing snows allow more and more freedom of choice rather than just thick dark wool layers :-)

ss11 straw hat
aw03 pick stitch wool gab jacket which sadly i cannot keep :-(
ss00 rayon shirt incredibly soft and cut long
ss00 high-waisted wool gab trousers

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