The designer keeps his voice and his clothes always his own. 

By Balthazar Malevolent


Takay, The Japanese photographer, filmed models in Yohji Yamamoto classic uniforms, some with new design twists in an imaginary show with soft and jazzy music and occasional close-up displays to show the details of the signature looks: easily recognizable Yohji styles with the slouchy silhouettes and military uniform garments.

At times the composition of the fabric is shown, informing the audience about the material of an oversize jacket or deconstructed coat. This time a light grey linen jacket with unbuttoned sleeves and partially opened from the shoulder, hanging loose from the body and black linen suits with faded pout paint print, which felt like a street graffiti washed out. A red long coat had an eyeball shaped 'eye' as buttons and Japanese characters lined numerous coat trims, perhaps indicating fashion's capacity for perception.

In the end, Yohji himself appeared in a black pantsuit with the word Fragile embroidered in both Japanese and English suggesting our present situation.

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