Tokyo shopping – Yohji Yamamoto dress and leather bracelet

Foto: Mette Bassett

Jeg elsker japanske designeres avantgardistiske og formeksperimenterende tilgang til tøj. En klar favorit er Yohji Yamamoto , men jeg synes ikke jeg har råd til at købe det fra nyt, og den eneste YY ting i min garderobe har hidtil været denne nederdel.

Så da jeg spottede disse to ting i favorit kommissionsgenbrugs-butikken 10 Tow i Tokyo (skriver en separat post om den) måtte jeg slå til.

English: I really, really like the edginess and deconstructive avant-garde’ness of  japanese designers. Especially  Yohji Yamamoto. But I can’t really afford to buy his new stuff and only owned this skirt before.

So when I spotted these two items in my favourite consignment store, 10 Tow, in Tokyo (I’ll do a separate post on the shop) I knew I would regret it, if I didn’t buy them.

Foto: Mette Bassett

Beklager de uskarpe billeder, men her er det første køb. Den sorte kjole var sat helt vildt ned og kostede omkring 12000 yen, så vidt jeg husker = knap 800 kr. Jeg elsker den assymmetiske facon, stoffet er silke/uld-agtigt og super behageligt. Der er lommer foran og hul-detalje bagpå, over lænden:

English: Sorry about the blurry pictures. I really need to get a tripod. This black wool/silk dress is so comfortable and I love the assymmetrical raw cut. It was on sale and cost  around 12000 yen = 88 pounds. Pockets on the front and a funny “gap” detail on the back:

Foto: Mette Bassett

Jeg snuppede også lige dette flettede læderarmbånd fra linien Y’s Yamamoto. Det er vist egentlig til mænd, but who cares :-) Pris omkring 3000 yen = 200 kr.

English: I had to get this woven leather bracelet from Y’s Yamamoto as well. I thinks it’s from the men’s collection, but who cares :-) Price around 3000 yen = 22 pounds.

Foto: Mette Bassett

Foto: Mette Bassett

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4 responses to “Tokyo shopping – Yohji Yamamoto dress and leather bracelet

  1. Cool, det var et aldeles godt køb…Du ser jo knaldgodt ud i det.

  2. Pingback: My favourite second-hand shop in Tokyo – 10 Tow « Mette Bassett

  3. Pingback: Yohji Yamamoto at the V&A + dressing the bump accordingly | Mette Bassett

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