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Adidas Y-3 first presented this collection at Paris Fashion week and now they’ve released their latest campaign mixing nature and technology. The collection further’s the direction Y-3 has been heading but mixes in some new elements such as the perforated knitwear and footwear selections that are even more progressive than we’ve seen in the past. The color palette is made up of black, green and blues to highlight the striking designs of the garments. Look for it to hit retailers including Y-3 soon.

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This medium sized backpack from Y-3 is a clean futuristic everyday bag. Constructed in mixed fabrics with leather accents the bag also includes inner media compartments and pockets. The storm grey color way also pairs well with a variety of colors and makes this a fun utilitarian item. The bag and other Y-3 items are available over at East Dane.

 

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Italian streetwear experts Slam Jam Socialism teamed up with office Magazine on an editorial highlighting picks from the SS17 Y-3 collection. Shot on the streets of downtown New York, check out the rest of the feature and shop the pieces over at Slam Jam Socialism’s webstore.

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Without the ability to layer or add in more elaborate pieces, you have to rely on accessories and comfortable basics to get through hot sunny days. Here are some some simple pieces you can work into your summer style.

Y-3 Qasa Hi Steel Blue

Wings + Horns 6 Panel Hat

 

Raf Simons Adiette Slides

Y-3 Classic T-shirt

 

Arc’Teryx Nodin Jacket

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I’ve selected some key spring outerwear that’s ideal for spring’s rainy days and milder weather. These options vary in style and price point but should offer a good range of options for just about anyone. First off we have the Arc’Teryx mainline Arc’Tery Tenquille Hoodie.  This zippered style is made from a Technical weave nylon and comes in this great teal color. It’s available for $175 here.

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Y-3 is supposed to represent the gap between Yohji’s signature design and sportswear. This trouser from the current season exemplifies this philosophy with an excellent  poplin trouser. Constructed of lightweight cotton , the pants feature four-pocket styling with zippered expansion panels. The cropped cut with adjustable cuffs allow the wearer to adjust the width of the opening with ease. You can find these over at SSENSE.

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If you’ve been wanting something with a Boost sole but are tired of the ultra-boost, this offering from Y-3 should fill that gap nicely. The Pure Boost returns in this this clean white iteration; complete with fused panels, a gusseted tongue and a sturdy heel cap. Available at East Dane for $320.

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Y-3 is set to roll out pieces from it’s spring/summer 2016 collection. Accompanying the collection is a short high energy video that focuses on movement. The video is shot a frenetic pace and aims to highlight the fluidity and comfort in the fabrics. For more visit the Y-3 site.

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I look forward to Y-3 each season and I see the label as a standard bearer for progressive sportswear. Yohji Yamamoto and the Y-3 team have done a great job at securing the brand’s position in the market with a strong selection of clothing and accessories. Sneakers  such as the Y-3 Qasa still stands as one of the most innovative sneaker designs of the past several years. This time around for Fall/Winter 2016, the label puts together a diverse range of looks. Inspired by the rave culture and minimalism of the 1990s, the collection stands out for how it embraces proportions. Long floating coats and capes are paired with outsized hoods and turtlenecks. There’s an industrial streak in the collection seemingly only presented in stark black and clinical all white.

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Here they are, the coke white Y-3 Qasa High.  If you’re a reader of this site, the Qasa probably needs little introduction. From afar they seem more like an art object than a sneaker. Not for the meek of heart, these look like they would get scuffed straight out the box. If you can live with the risk however, this is one of the best colorways of this sneaker to date. We’ve covered these before  and I had always hoped they would release in triple white. Part of me dreams of wearing these with a crazy teched out arctic look.  These are now up for pre-order at Barney’s and Sneakerboy.

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