Disheveled, face covered in dirt and tired eyes, the Yohji Yamamoto F/W 2018 man was a lost soul. With layers upon layers of grey and black loose shirts and extra long over coats, the looks seemed to carry the nonchalance the Japanese designer is known for. Floor sweeping pitch black button-up blouses followed belted pea coats and at the end of the show, Yamamoto even offered us touches of red, a rare occurrence for a man who finds his comfort zone in darkness.
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Photos by Elise Toidé.