Yohji Yamamoto - Women's Fall/Winter 2014/15 Collection in Paris

It was the last show of the day and despite the late time, the Japanese designer kept his audience awake with his poetic fashions, created both by volume and by the prints. The shape was voluminous and protective. There was no doubt that it was winter with the clothes which enveloped the body with wadded materials which slipped on, like the capes with zips placed down the back or collared coats. Even the fashion show opened with black, the colour taking life below and notably across the hair which was cocooned in felt, which seemed discoloured following the clothes. Wool was worn from head to toe which supported this idea of wellbeing and comfort. Prints seemed both surrealist and naïve, as if they had been blown up by helium, creating unexpected volume.This was a collection which took place in your wardrobe, but it will certainly be useful for facing the freezing the wintery weather!Music from the fashion show

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