>> For Fall 2012, Yohji Yamamoto offered up something new: sexiness. It came in the form of body-con silhouettes, asymmetrical draping, and skin-exposing slits. Military jackets and a punched-up palette of primary hues provided a sense of sporty confidence, as did the combat boots and dip-dyed hair that accompanied each look.
Yohji Yamamoto Fall 2012
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