Criticizing the choice of pairing the Rottweiler with Yohji is a pointless exercise in the old 'us vs them' debate, it's also unnecessarily elitist. I've always felt Yohji pieces to be the foil in a diamond ring.... yeah I did just say it makes me feel like a diamond wearing his pieces. The thought and attention to detail in the philosophy espoused by Yohji translate itself to me as an understanding, an understanding that doesn't amount to conflict with other styles or design philosophies. I think a lot of the beauty in Yohji is the acceptance of diversity which paradoxically gives it its uniqueness. I sincerely doubt Yohji himself would care if you paired his pieces with more 'hyped' styles, I get that ironically, to define freedom you need boundaries, but that doesn't mean to stick yourself down a well and never bothering to look up. I don't look particularly fantastic like you guys wearing Yohji, but it doesn't matter. Because I feel fantastic. I found the attached photo on a forum elsewhere (could it even be the same Shui with the Givenchy sweater?) I really like the pairing of a Dior Homme SS12 shirt (almost Rick Owens like, but maybe it's the hair) with the Yohji pants(I don't think it was mentioned which season), it's an interesting silhouette and I wish i could pull it off. But the point is that it feels like some would say that DH represents the anti-thesis of Yohji but here they work just fine.