Yohji Yamamoto SS97 Rayon/Cotton Hawaiin. Deep blue base with vibrant floral design used throughout the season. Linen/Rayon fabric is rather heavy, but soft and breathable for an easy to wear year round use. Oversized spread collar which emphasizes the top chest of the wearer. Yohji florals have a sharp and defining graphical fidelity to them typically applied with a fine sublimation technique which allows for detailed, vibrant prints. Standard chest and loose arms.
8/10 condition. Size M, fits a relaxed M.
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Issey Miyake Tee with graphics by Takashi Murakami. From the Issey Miyake Mens collection released in ~SS1999-2000 entitled “Smoothed Edges.” Within this collection Issey and Takashi experimented with pre-shrunken silhouettes, giving the graphics a visibly worn texture. Takashi’s infamous character motifs, such as the “Flower of Joy,” serve as the focal point of this collaboration. This is one of the earliest Murakami collaborations with any designer or artist making these tees rather difficult to find.8/10 condition. Fits a slim M
Stephen Sprouse “S” 88 Multicolor Border Knit Sweater. For this season and a few seasons onward before his bankruptcy, Sprouse utilized his “xerox on xerox” designs which look were a staple in the late 80s and early 90s before it peaked as a cliche in the mid 90s. Stephen Sprouse pioneered his version of the xerox design at the Andy Warhol factory by xeroxing models/figures and creating a collage resembling the look in the advert pictured here featuring the border knit sweater. The hodgepodge presentation of subjects photographed individually in different contexts, yet grouped together by their essence through a curator, with thick borders, filtered photo degradation and accentuated sharpness as a byproduct from xeroxing the same image consecutively were ubiquitous in 90s youth media.9/10 condition. Oversized women's M.