Paris Men's Fashion Week: Yohji Yamamoto. Spring-summer,

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Yoji Yamamoto continues his two major experiments.

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    Yohji Yamamoto. Spring-summer, 2017

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Behind the scenes of the show, Yamamoto commented on the new collection, saying that since the beginning of his career, since the 1980s, he has been against the standard business suit. Therefore, each season we can see how the designer works with this idea, constantly transforming and changing the formal suit, which for men is one of the most important wardrobe items. For the spring and summer of next year, Eji prepares the costume, adds layers to it, plays with length, and comes up with his own dovetails.

The designer has created several models of anthers and summer coats, which add additional layering and dynamics to the images. Some of them are hand-painted with calligraphic elements and slogans in which Yamamoto shows the ironic side of his character. The designer jokes in pictures and phrases, which should give us an explanation of his attitude to formal wear: more lightness!

The second idea that Yoji promotes in absolutely every collection - and this is no exception - is the search for harmony between oriental costume and European fashion. Hence, the usual for his handwriting variations on the theme of kimonos and traditional peasant and samurai pants. Bulky shirts, wide caftans, safari jackets with patch military pockets - this is already an excursion into European fashion. One of the most interesting and harmonious collections of the Paris Week.

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