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    Syed, thank you.



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    Works of illustrator Mats Gustafson, Yohji Yamamoto, Vogue Nippon.





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    Melgosia Bela by Paolo Roversi(Yohji Yamamoto, Some/Things Issue003)
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    Photography by Richard Avedon.



    Milla Jovovich, Hat and Shirt by Yohji Yamamoto, New York, March 1998



    Malgosia Bela, Coat by Yohji Yamamoto, New York, March 2000



    Malgosia Bela, Dress by Yohji Yamamoto, New York, March 2000
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    Yohji Yamamoto Spring/Summer 2011, Some/Things Issue003.









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    Quote Originally Posted by BECOMING-INTENSE View Post
    Yohji Yamamoto Spring/Summer 20011
    YY 28 May 2010: »Around May to June of last year I was considering retirement. But, as my new partner was not thinking in terms of mergers and acquisitions, we ended up producing a twenty-year business plan and I signed the contract.«

    Glad to see he's thinking even further.

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    Thanks for the beautiful images, B-I.

    Quote Originally Posted by chameleon View Post
    I have to say I enjoyed My Dear Bomb immensly, both of the main sections and that last short essay by Matsuoka. I liked Yohji's musings on small construction details, the way he thinks about tailoring, and stuff like fabric, buttons, shoulders, pockets, style. All in all, a good read.
    +1, certainly some revealing insights into his life, the difficulties he faces in reconciling with the loss of the father he never knew due to the war and his relationship(s) to the feminine (one can infer much about his work from these).
    let us raise a toast to ancient cotton, rotten voile, gloomy silk, slick carf, decayed goat, inflamed ram, sooty nelton, stifling silk, lazy sheep, bone-dry broad & skinny baffalo.

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    YYPH AW 2001-2002 -- "Gangsters at a Heart"











    photographs: David Burton

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    Those are great Chameleon. I especially like the last one.

    You are welcome Avanster.


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    Yohji Yamamoto Dress 1988-89

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    a few runway shots


    AW 91-92


    SS 93


    SS 98


    AW 98-99


    AW 99-00
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    /\ I would've loved to go see that show!
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    The photo from S/S 1993 looks so interesting, I would love to see more photos from that show. Too bad that will never happen...

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    Yohji exhibition opens today!

    Amidst the usual gallery merchandise is his take on furoshiki, made from his Pour Homme S/S 2011 fabric:



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    Additional images I found on V&A website



    ^ Sleeveless white felt dress with large collar, Yohji Yamamoto, Autumn/Winter 1996-7



    ^ Off-white wool jersey dess with oversized white knitted hat
    Yohji Yamamoto Autumn/Winter 1999-2000



    ^Yohji Yamamoto and Pina Bausch


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    "Because fashion among all the arts expresses the most delicate elements of sensibility, I have no stomach for fads like the Art Complex that was recently so popular. Museums are even worse. No designer really wants his clothes displayed in one. They are where fashion goes to die. It is the same with retrospectives—I will have no part of them, either."

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    /\ hehe.
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    I did scratch my head when I read that in MDB, but then I don't think the exhibition is intended as a standard retrospective. It is not confined to purely the Fashion space, and there is also an emphasis on his paintings. It is meant to be spread across the V&A, plus the stuff at the Wapping Projects. Hopefully it is more comprehensive. Will hopefully be popping along soon as my health improves a little.
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    Well, I think he most likely regrets having written that.

    I need to go to the exhibition too.
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    /\ or not. i am sure the v&a exhibit is not all his decision - a museum exhibit always boosts sales and we all know yohji's sales need serious boosting. having said that, he DID do museum exhibitions before, so that statement is a bit eyebrow-raising.
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