Not too many people know that Yohji Yamamoto’s first lined was named Y’s. Through the decades, after his Parisian debut, Yohji Yamamoto used his full name for his runway lines, with Y’s becoming sort of an everyday classic Yohji uniform – white poplin, black gabardine, a bit less extreme, but still very Yohji. But before that moment, Y’s was Yohji. The line was born in 1972, and to celebrate its 50th anniversary, or rather to “look back upon 50 years of its history,” as per the press release, Yamamoto will be releasing a capsule t-shirt collection this fall.
We would like to present to you Y’s by Yohji Yamamoto’s Fall/Winter 2020 Women’s lookbook.
Y’s by Yohji Yamamoto will present 2 runway shows, for the first time in 5 years, in Tokyo on Saturday, May 25th.
Fashion is supposed to be fast, but it can be surprisingly late to many things, like e-commerce.