Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Y-3 Collections

With celebrities like LL Cool J, Mena Suvari, Samuel L. Jackson and the Misshapes looking on from the front row, Y-3's spring-summer show (presented in an abandoned garage above which the show producer simulated a thunderstorm complete with fake rain) was a step in the right direction - away from the line's hardcore sportswear roots.


Y-3 CollectionsNext season dedicated followers of the longtime collaboration between Yohji Yamamoto and Adidas will be able to wear Y-3 from morning to night with a solid collegiate-style wardrobe - not only were their sweatpants and athletic pieces, but also strapless dresses, tailored trenches (with hoods, of course), and smart jackets. Some of the draped black Lycra women's tops and mini-dresses may even be able to pass critical muster at a serious grown-up cocktail party.


By the way, Yōji Yamamoto is an internationally known Japanese fashion designer based out of Paris, Japan, and New York. He expresses his philosophy and avant-garde spirit in his clothing, frequently creating designs far removed from current trends. Basically, he makes a line characterized by oversized silhouettes; it typically features drapes (loose gathers and tatters) in glossy textures that naturally change with the figure's contours and movement.


Here are some design of Yōji Yamamoto.Y-3 Winter Hat


Mens Y-3 Yohji Yamamoto Beanie Winter Hat


+ Warm Y-3 Winter Beanie
+ Color - Black
+ 100% Acrylic
+ SR1-5693 Black

This is a New Winter 2008 Collection.


Y-3 Winter Zip-UpWomens Y-3 Yohji Yamamoto 2008 Fall/Winter Classic Zip-Up in Black


+ Color - Black
+ Classic Zip Up
+ Y-3 Print
+ 100% Cotton
+ SR1-5827 Black


1 comment:

Francis Olivier said...

Y3 really is just one of the great fashion statement... knowing that its from japan where extreme fashion is its a good thing that Yohji Yamamoto was able to neutralize the design...

Can't find what you're looking for? Try Google Search!