Yohji Yamamoto: 30 Years of Paris

Yohji Yamamoto presented his first menswear collection, ‘Yohji Yamamoto Homme’ in Paris in 1984. His 2014 Paris Fashion Week Menswear collection will mark 30 years of Yamamoto bringing deconstructivism to the iconic city.

Born from his fascination with cutting and shaping garments, rather than fashion itself, Yamamoto has since crafted a unique silhouette characterised by deconstructivism. His AW 14/15 Menswear Collection will be presented at Paris Fashion Week on Thursday 16 January 2014 at 5.30pm CET.

This post forms part of fluoro’s coverage of the Menswear AW14/15 collections at Paris Fashion Week. Connect with fluoro to stay informed directly from the event via  Twitter Facebook and  Instagram (@fluoro_Official).

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