Asymmetry Dictionary 2 Discharge Print Jacket
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Yohji Yamamoto 2019-20 Autumn Winter Collection.
A dictionary printed 4B jacket that was worn at the runway LOOK 13. The melton fabric has been discharged and the dictionary print arranges and reorganises the black page from the large dictionary of Ueda Kazutoshi. The silhouette has an asymmetrical design with a slightly narrower V-zone.
* Additional images of this item can be viewed on our blog entry, 「 Yohji Yamamoto-19-20AW Outer Item Image shooting! 」
About Yohji Yamamoto
Designer : Yohji Yamamoto
Philosophy :Yohji Yamamoto is a man that needs no introduction. He is a world class, master fashion designer who represents Japan. Through the Homme collection, Mr. Yamamoto fully expresses his view of the world, creating garments for individuals who are unbound by social models. In his world, the ideal figure of a male is one with a free spirit and an air of mystery; a man who while being dandy has a comical side to his individuality. The Homme collection has been a part of the Paris Faschion Collection since 1984.
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