Jan 19, 2017 | By Jian DeLeon
Paris: Moving away from the mostly-black ensembles we have come to expect from Yohji Yamamoto, this season the designer presented a collection of piled-on layers in an eccentric mix of prints and patterns. The silhouettes were relaxed, as usual, but awakened in a crazy quilt of camo, snakes, skulls, ropes, giant florals and Navajo motifs. — Anna Jane Davis
Key Items: Rib knit pullover / Tunic-length shirt / Wide leg, cropped pants / Zip-front suit / Patterned overcoat
Color: Black / White / Warm brown / Caramel / Rust / Plum / Teal / Red / Yellow
Materials + Trim: Mid-weight rib knits / Cotton shirtings / Wool suitings / Printed leather
Print + Pattern: Roses and skulls / Shibori imagery / Big florals / Camo / Navajo motifs / Snakes / Kitsch paint splatters
Accessories + Footwear: Studded belts / Fedoras, top hats, and slouchy berets / Neckerchiefs / Short, wide neck ties / High-tops / Wingtip Oxfords and combat boots
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