This season, for his return to the physical show, Yohji Yamamoto wanted to draw attention to the most pressing global problem – environmental crisis.
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The clothes, all of which were black with only a few white and silver touches – “Black is fundamental to me. I don’t need help from color”, he said – had a neoclassical feel, while others resembled togas or Greek goddess robes.
There were also open necklines, bare arms and short skirts – unusual for Yamamoto, who loves a long silhouette. “It’s the first time I’ve done minis”, he said – better to dress in hotter weather, and natural fibers like linen and cotton which brings lightness and a more casual spirit.
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