His tailorings are also undoubtably one of the top-notch. Ragged and unstructured are really contradicted by how well-made they actually are. Zippers, obvious stitches and extra use of fabrics can easily look cheap, but Yohji's able to embody them together with the right placement, protrusion and elaborations.
- Another aspect from Yohji's show is that I can always find something that I can definitely wear from the show straight, even though it's meant to be a womenswear show.
Not a single colour from the man for Spring aren't that surprising. What's surprising for me, would have to be the casting. Especially Tanya.