Mar 10, 2018 | By Ilaria Pasquinelli
In his S/S 10 outing for Adidas, Yohji Yamamoto looked to the “universal spirit of sport” for inspiration, fusing global influences into the always active-driven collection. The avant garde designer interestingly took the mesh netting from soccer goals and incorporated it into the collection as sheer knits. Flags, emblems and crests from all over made for pops of embellishments on otherwise solid black knits. In true Yamamoto spirit, important direction (and a bit of irony) came from the oversized and elongated plaid shirts, and the sporty, yet manly, culottes.
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