Designer Yohji Yamamoto
is known for his contemplative aesthetics,
black colour story, loose-fit pieces, asymmetric details.
For his s/s 2015 collection he injected
on his own terms:
subtle, simple reveals
with mindful attention to body contours.
The collection had textural elements of
Colour has become more of a feature in recent collections,
a welcomed addition to the Yamamoto visual perspective.
The show highlight was the last piece:
a white bridal dress adorned with fresh flowers:
multi-tiered petal affect
cage crinoline silhouette
accessorised with white gloves
and a white cycling helmet! …
It wouldn’t be Yohji Yamamoto without
a bit of the eccentric.
PFW, s/s 2015
(images from fashionising)