Japanese Avant-garde designer Yohji Yamamoto (1943) is the cameleon of fashion. Not many fashion designers can say they are adored by both 60 year-olds and 17 year-olds. Yamamoto has been collaborating with Adidas since 2003, creating edgy collections under the name Y-3. At the same time he has been exhibiting in V&A, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, showcasing 80 garments which are most representative of his work. This book was published to accompany the exhibition. We’re no art critics, nor fashion critics, but the way we see it there’s just a thin line between those two.
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