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.
Check the looks after the jump.