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Yohji Yamamoto

(image from sleek-mag.com):

is a master of his art.

His creations are beautifully crafted,

articulating quiet, ease, serenity.

His a/w 2013 collection was classic Yamamoto

drapery

asymmetry

intricacy

androgyny

tailoring

black as signature colour

quiet hues…

but with a sudden injection of warm pastel colours for the knitwear separates.

The collection is comprehensive in the selection of pieces offered.

Given the varied garments and silhouettes,

there is something to intrigue all:

trouser suiting

urban edge wear

knitwear

 full length

casual ease

hats of varied proportions

Certainly a collection, which  highlights Yamamoto’s design talents.

In describing his 2013  RTW autumn/winter pieces , Mr. Yamamoto stated,

“There was no real theme to the collection, I just wanted to make dresses,

to tailor and enjoy the value of clothing.”

It is evident that he did just that … thoroughly enjoyed the creative process

and in response the runway show audience

thoroughly enjoyed the finished product.

(images from showstudio.com):

Yohji Yamamoto a/w 2013