The Yohji Yamamoto Spring/Summer 2015 collection was unveiled during Paris Fashion Week. The menswear line referenced themes of poverty and vintage Londoner styling that was reminiscent of costumes from film adaptations of Charles Dickens' novel, Oliver Twist.
Models took to the runway stage in tattered and caped ensembles that ranged from heavy knits, oversized denim pairings and stiff suits. The dynamically draped pieces were displayed in a natural palette and featured subtle pops of color that were courtesy of its denim pieces.
The Yohji Yamamoto Spring/Summer 2015 collection is reflective of the legendary designer's bold aesthetic. Often nomadic, the designer's pieces reference ethnic and cultural themes and are unafraid to push the boundaries of traditional fashion design.
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