Tag: Yohji Yamamoto

September 23, 2012 / Collections
June 21, 2012 / Collections
May 15, 2012 / Magazine Rack

Must re-connect with my Japanese friend. It’s been too long. Image: TFS.

March 6, 2012 / Collections
October 30, 2011 / Collections

Life is all about the mix. It’s about venturing out on familiar paths to new and unfound places. It’s taking one’s…

July 25, 2011 / Fashion Accessories

Goth queens reign supreme – even in Summer. If you must wear flip-flops, shouldn’t they be made my Mr. Yamamoto? Image:…

July 25, 2011 / Collections

You can choose to see the dark… …or you can grab on to the small glimmers of hope…those wonderful, playful moments…

June 8, 2011 / Collections

I was never trained on runners – trainers in some parts of the world. I’m not sporty like that. But sometimes,…

June 7, 2011 / Collections
January 24, 2011 / Collections

Menswear FW11 is reviving my fashion spirit. After a quietude of creativity amidst the volume of the screaming masses, I am…

November 22, 2010 / Collections
October 13, 2009 / Fashionable News

According to WWD, Yohji Yamamoto’s company has indeed been saved from bankruptcy, as we mentioned late last week. Integral Corp is…

October 11, 2009 / Collections
August 24, 2009 / Collections
April 4, 2009 / Collections

Life isn’t always black and white but many designers the world over were thinking along those lines this season. Not as sombre as you may think for Spring, it was all about the flirt. Inès de la Fressange was a bright light on the Gaultier Couture runway in a one-shoulder tuxedo dress a great interpretation of both trends.

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 JPG also did an airy, fairy dress, structured on the tetrahedrons that fascinated Buckminster Fuller.

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 L’Wren Scott opted for a sexier silhouette with her curvy scoop neck day dress. Purrrfect for running Saturday errands?

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The skinny black pant is still lurking around (a big sigh of relief from moi). Which do you prefer? Chanel’s dressy, lace and tulle accesorized ones or Yohji’s layered modern city numbers?