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For Sale:
Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme A/W 2005 wool jacket

Will Ship To: Anywhere

Paypal. Price includes shipping worldwide.


The AW 2005-2006 collection was very focused on inserts (leather and cotton insert like this, this and this which is a 3 btn iteration of this jacket I'm selling), metal hardware and fabrics he never had used before (like the wool blend on this jacket - the signature fabric for the collection - or the vintage italian linen from the 50's)


This particular black wool blend is very hard (for me) to capture in photos but beautiful in person where the texture is spun/woven-like, very light and has a very soft hand. This particular fabric was used for many jackets (like the first two leather insert jackets of the collection, as well as several others) throughout the collection. Contrasted with this is a thick-ish moleskin like cotton in a different shade of black (slightly more towards a dark gray), as can be seen in the pictures. 2 button jacket, notch lapel. Flat metal buttons except for inner pocket which is fastened with a horn button. As it's a winter jacket it's fully lined but not very heavy at all, better suited for spring and fall weather. The color is darker in person, I overexposed slightly to show the details, the main fabric is black.


A classic Yohji jacket, just the right amount of relaxed, great shoulder construction and signature details like the cotton inserts and metal buttons make this really easy to wear casually.



The fabric is the same as in another jacket I posted a fit of, a close up of that one for reference:
here

Very good condition and no real signs of wear except some "wrinkling" on the cotton parts as can be seen in the photos.

Composition:
Main 90% wool/10% nylon
Complimentary parts 100% cotton
Lining 100% cupro

Size 3, works perfectly for a regular 3 and up to a regular 4 in current collection.

Measurements-

Chest -- 56 cm
Shoulders -- 49 cm
Sleeves -- 65 cm
Length -- 81 cm
Edited by asobu - 3/19/12 at 12:43am