Yohji Yamamoto reflects on his thirty year career in fashion. In this 20-minute film shot in Yamamoto's Tokyo studio, the designer provides a laconic, engaging and sometimes passionate commentary on his career and design values. He considers how his work has evolved since his Paris debut and explains why he designs so differently for men and women, and also provides a withering personal analysis of the current state of the fashion industry. Transcript: Q: 30 years ago you caused a se…
cotonblanc: mark borthwick: 2000-1 fall–winter 1998–1999, martin margiela note: just airing my t-shirts.
cotonblanc: brown jacket, top, skirt, scarf, gloves and boots of various fabrics including wool, cotton and rayon/polyester, printed with black dot patternfall–winter 2000–2001, undercoverism future beauty: 30 years of japanese fashion
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