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Yohji Yamamoto Black Knit Sweater (3)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by APK, Sep 23, 2016.

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  1. APK

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    Selling off quite a few things in my closet in the coming days and weeks, so check out my other listings.

    Prices don't include shipping. Open to reasonable offers on most items; emphasis on the word "reasonable."

    Let's get things rolling with some baller knits.

    Yohji Yamamoto Black Knit Sweater

    Like a lot of Yohji stuff that wasn't on the runway, it's tough to pinpoint when this is from. I bought it from Yoox in early 2012 for $350, so we can assume it originally retailed a decent amount above that.

    Color: Black with multi-color boxes on the chest

    Material: Cotton/Cashmere (see image of tag for composition)

    Tagged size: 3 (fits like a Large)

    Condition: NWOT | I'm the original owner and removed the tags after trying it on, but never wore it out | it's a bit wrinkled from being folded up, but nothing a steamer can't handle

    Other details: Like most Yohji garments, the lure is in the details. The knit is lightweight, but feels luxurious because of the materials. For me, the draw was the block patchwork across the chest. As you can see in the images, the color boxes aren't printed; they're individual pieces of fabric sewn together.

    Approximate measurements

    P2P: 22"

    Shoulder: 19"

    Length from neck: 27"

    Length of sleeve: 25"
     
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