Yohji Yamamato 1994 Skeleton Longsleeve
Yohji Yamamato 1994 Skeleton Longsleeve
Yohji Yamamato 1994 Skeleton Longsleeve

Yohji Yamamato 1994 Skeleton Longsleeve

Yamamoto received a law degree in 1966, but soon thereafter decided to help his mother in her dressmaking business, and ultimately pursued a degree from fashion school, obtaining it in 1969. He embodies an avant-garde spirit in his clothing, and is often classified with Rei Kawakubo as two of the earliest disruptive Japanese designers to emerge. His collections are predominately black, “a colour which Yamamoto has described as “modest and arrogant at the same time. Black is lazy and easy - but mysterious. But above all black says this: "I don’t bother you - don’t bother me”.

DETAILS:
Lush Black Cotton

Raglan Cut Sleeves
Extended Cut
White Print

SIZE:
Tagged size M
Pit To Pit: 22.5"

Shoulder Width: 19.5"
Sleeve Length: 23.5"
Total Length: 30"


CONDITION:

9/10