The Yohji Yamamoto was filled with juxtapositions. The beginning looks were relaxed and easy with unfinished seams. But then the show moved into almost a military feel with models in army green jumpsuits accessorized by heavy goggles. This was immediately followed by flowing red dresses then two models in all black as if in mourning.
WWD reported that Yamamoto "switched back and forth between ideas, his music signaling the changes with dizzying results."
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