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Of his many contributions to fashion, Yohji Yamamoto’s greatest may be the use of black, which he has done quite frankly better than anyone else. A designer that blurs the lines between male and female dress, and, along with Rei Kawakubo and Issey Miyake, forms the holy trinity of Japanese fashion.

Yamamoto’s designs focus on drape, often creating billowing and dramatic silhouettes. Focused on the juxtaposition of East and West, Yamamoto brings a Japanese sensibility to break all the rules governing how men are "supposed" to dress.

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