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Y-3 Fall 2019

For Y-3’s fall collection, Yohji Yamamoto continued to work on accommodating the body’s movement with as much ease as physically possible while maintaining a healthy fashion component.
This season, the Adidas tie-up offered followers a fresh melding of sportswear codes — those vertical stripes, in the most obvious example — with a sparse rendering of Yamamoto’s layered universe that will likely draw newcomers to the label. The result was a lineup of relaxed sportswear, decidedly elegant, decidedly sporty.
The designer mined three decades — the Sixties through the Eighties. What looked like a gymnast’s warmup jacket from the Eighties was stretched down to the thighs in a roomy yet handsome rendition of a familiar silhouette.
An optical trick came in the form of a nylon jacket — it seemed to start out as a sweater on top, but the knitwear gradually faded, giving way to a classic windbreaker, gathered at the sleeves.
Yamamoto’s select use of color proved effective. The lineup started out mostly in black and white — or ivory — punctuated with the occasional patch of red. A flower pattern morphed into something psychedelic, adding swirls of greens, oranges and blue, applied to a series of relaxed jumpsuits embellished to look like

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