True to his codes of draping techniques, layering and unfinished looks, Yohji Yamamoto’s Fall/Winter 2022 collection showcased busy designs with lace skirts, ripped garments, asymmetrical cuts and puffy dresses.
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The show began with an exploration of denim, cut into cropped versions of the familiar jean jacket or draped into asymmetrical shirt dresses, short in front and long in back, or with an irregular hem. Some pieces were bleached with a ghostly apparition.
“I wanted to mix denim with 18th-century couture shapes”, Yamamoto explained.
Models paraded around the sumptuous Salon des Arts at French capital’s Hotel de Ville, illuminated by the huge chandeliers, dressed mostly in black but two head-to-toe white looks stood out with an asymmetrical blazer, a ruffled skirt with raw edge detailing and sneakers.
There were no accessories other than yarn hats on the grunge hairstyles.
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