Yohji Yamamoto embraced the 90s with a spring collection marked by inside-out deconstruction, Victorian shapes, and gothic hair. True to his signature aesthetic, silhouettes were baggy and asymmetrical, with cropped jackets and an emphasis on trousers.
Yamamoto is the king of tailoring and this season he seems to be returning to the 90s silhouette with a heavier bottom juxtaposed with a more fitted shirt and jacket. As for color palette, as usual it was mostly monochromatic, with the occasional navy blue or putty pink or flash of a berry lip. We also clocked some punk-style lace-up shoes, as well as a few comfy-looking slip-ons.