YOHJI YAMAMOTO x READYMADE RIDER'S JACKET
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Yohji Yamamoto × READYMADE
This riders jacket made in collaboration between Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme and Readymade is constructed with fabrics taken from Yohji Yamamoto former collection, and with patches. The patches were made by READYMADE designer Hosokawa and inspired by Yohji Yamamoto's words.
** Additional images of the product can be viewed on our blog entry, 「YOHJI YAMAMOTO X READYMADE RIDERS JACKET NEW ARRIVALS 」, 「Yohji Yamamoto x Readymade Riders Jacket Style」
Yohji Yamamoto Homme 17SS Collection
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Made in Japan
About Yohji Yamamoto
Designer : Yohji Yamamoto
Philosophy :Yohji Yamamoto is a man that needs 0 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 Fashion Collection since 1984.
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