Yohji Yamamoto
Renowned all over the globe for his mastery of tailoring, innovations in avant-garde design, and adaptability to contemporary clothing, Yohji Yamamoto's fervor for crafting against the grain is as visceral as it was since his brand's inception in Paris in 1981. Staying true-to-form, Yamamoto's Pour Homme showcases tailored and prét-à-porter oversized garments, some hand-painted in technicolor, but most in the signature black. Pigment diffusion, subtle cuts, and patchwork construction are thematic amongst the collection. 

Related: Issey Miyake, Comme Des Garcons Homme Plus, Uma Wang