Y's Autumn/Winter '19 Ready To Wear
As consistently strong as their cuts are wide, Y’s continues forth into AW19 with garments made for the avant-garde alternates of everyday affairs.
Massively proportioned to shroud with abandon, the Yohji Yamamoto energy is extremely evident, only showing its deeper intricacy in each piece’s flowing range of motions. Durable materials and quilted variants take the form of parkas that stop right before the ankle, pairing well with its coinciding array of neutral and bold palettes; though the white face of many a piece blinds in an overt contrast, its place acts as a point of cleansing as it steals no shine away from the tan double-breasted overcoats, belted brown trousers, warm-toned knitwear, and bright yellow rain coats. Outerwear is deep in its menswear musings, building out blazers with floral embellishments while pink plaid tops and a breadth of dresses and skirts add in a feminine dose beaming in their powerfully cut patterns.
Going from simple to extremely lavish in just mere seconds, the collection is one of complexity though contained in an approach of balance. If you’re interesting in seeing it for yourself, be sure to grab a full look right below.