The Autumn/Winter Y-3 Fashion Show that took place in early February was all about mysterious style with acessories to match. The fashion hungry crowd had lots left to the imagination thanks to Yohji Yamamoto's detail to loose fitting garments, long trendy coats, scarfs, and hats that dropped low on the forehead of models walking the runway. Take a look at some Abornewords favorites.


NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 12: ... Models walk the runway during Y-3 Fashion Show Autumn/Winter 2012-13 at 82 Mercer on February 12, 2012 in New York City. (Photos by Fernanda Calfat/Getty Images for Y-3)

The designer brought to life nomadic culture. It was shown in New York's Soho District during the fashion extravaganza of New York's Fashion Week. The presentation of the line was aimed at a journey of the past and what is to come in the future. The leg warmer look of the past came full circle on the catwalk. If you like it, you can create it using long socks if you don't actually have leg warmers on hand. Layered socks folded correctly will help you to create a look that is runway ready and eye catching. Here is a photo of Yamamoto with hands all in back stage.

Yohji Yamamoto Fall 2011 - Backstage

Yohji Yamamoto-Designer
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Yamamoto's angle was to combine "the sport style of Adidas with a romantic vision".. to portray his fashion sense. The result showed off a type of wonder that is modest and attractive. Yamamoto has done it again.