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Yohji Yamamoto F/W 14.15 Paris
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not my favourite yohji collection, at all, but it's still more interesting that most of the stuff out there. i like the bumps and lumps outfits, the first part with the black, huge coats / and this one http://imgbox.com/jdOBPRg1

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btw,the prints are a continued(as it was featured in the men's prior) collaboration with japanese artist yasuto masada.

i have to say it's all extremely mesmerising…i hope charlie porter posts some showroom because that for me is where the real magic occurs.

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^I'm actually dying to see the single pieces, the styling works, but it's messy for anyone who's interested in seeing the various items the compose the outfits.

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Really liked the collection. And loved that they house went for huge scaled prints which is normally avoided in the Textile industry! So I really appreciated that

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the silhouette of the 5th look is so interesting! I'm not sure she is walking or sitting or both.

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mesmerizing is a good word for it...
so much going on...


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I'm a fan those graffiti on fabric is insanely compelling.

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absolutely adore the 5th look!

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The generous, cozy silhouettes gives me an Inuit vibe.

I'm not fond of the pieces that are overwhelmed with artwork since the individual is completely lost in all the kaleidoscopic blast of colorful doodles. It's nice to see designers experiment with different ideas, of course, but I've never been a fan of clothing-as-a-huge-piece-of-artwork design-- didn't like it when Jean-Charles de Castelbajac made it his signature back in the 1980s, hated it with Muiccia's current S/S collection, and I don't like it here.

What I like are all the dramatic and wearable volumes in Kabuki colors. The artwork works much much better in smaller doses since it doesn't overpower his designs, as in the coats with just a touch of it in the form of badges and patches. In particular, the Inuit-esque "snowpants overalls" with the beautiful artwork perfectly positioned right at the center: This is a supreme example of what defines Yohji Yamamoto to me. The entire look there is sublime. And i wish Yohji had expended on and developed more of the knitwear. Sexy, playful, cozy, artisanal and ingenius with the "hair" flowing from the hats! That's the cheeky Yohji I adore.

There's a lot he's offering here, and that's never a bad thing when it's Yohji..

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Since I'm a sucker for volume and knits... I am in love once more. This man is sensibility desinging, touching our cores.

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yohji on acid!! so much to take in!

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