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Legendary 80s Yohji. Despite being one of the last handful of demigods in high fashion, Yohji still plugs away doing his own thing but remaining highly relevant. I admire that about him. He's not just coasting by his name alone and always doing the samo samo (like Anne-- bless her always for her womenswear, but the menswear, not so much-- well, maybe just for boots).

I adore his revision of his past glories here: The elongated and reboot of the kilt looks supremely sartorial-- I think the twist he's given to menswear, particularly the kilt/skirt here, is appropriately faithful to it's original cultural source without ever looking fashion-y and gimmicky. And more importantly to me, his masterful cuts remain masculine and tailored-- and playful, unlike Rick Owens, whose collections for his recent menswear would look so serious and cold-- and much better on women.

And I love his sexy sense of humor here (can't help but think of the dwarves' stylish beards in The Hobbit movie)-- it's not conceptual and philosophical jibjab like what Tim Blanks wrote of Raf Simons' ridiculous mess of a collection for men; Yohji's is the real deal. It could be a reaction to the fitted tailoring in menswear right now by offering a more generous cut, but it still retains a classic and masculine silhouettes and strong proportions. And, men of all ages and varying sizes will look good in his cuts.

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some good solid yohji classics in this but all the kitschy stuff puts me off a bit.

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^ it does get a little too kitschy, but for some reason, it makes me smile, it doesn't bother me at all.. I love it.. brilliant indeed.

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I liked it - best part, though? His bow.

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