Straddling his efforts between his namesake label and Y-3, Yohji Yamamoto continues to bridge functionality and style in his latest collection for the adidas subsidiary label. Yamamoto delivers a collection that’s emphasized by the use of both traditional and progressive materials. A hint of floral patchworks are shown on all-over prints on polo shirts and long sleeve tees. Per usual, adidas offers a progressive line of sneakers to finish each look.
Established in 2001, Japanese fashion visionary Yohji Yamamoto came together with adidas to create something that had never been seen before. Born out of the desire to make sportswear elegant and chic, what resulted of the collaboration was iconic brand, Y-3. The ‘Y’ stands for Yohji Yamamoto, the ‘3’ represents adidas’ three signature stripes and the ‘-‘ signifies the bond between the two.
For 2014 Spring, the duo produces yet another classic line. Consisting of tees, button-down shirts, shorts, and pants, this collection pushes sportswear to to the limit with its utilization of unique and premium materials. The line also sees a nice range of footwear which compliments the look and feel of the apparel.