Y's Fall/Winter 2018 Collection Is a Lesson in Layering

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Summer has only just begun, but we’re already gearing up for fall. Yohji Yamamoto has just revealed his Fall/Winter 2018 collection for his label Y’s, and it is filled with perfectly tailored coats, trousers and more. Following Yamamoto’s signature dark color palette, the collection features tones of navy blue, dark grey, black and more, as well as a wide range of textures. Including intricate knitwear, crisp shirts and minimal silhouettes, the range is ideal for layering and building all the best fall looks.

Key pieces from the collection include a few standout pieces with paisley patterns and pops of color like red and white, as well as houndstooth prints. The boxy, masculine silhouette seen in the collection is in true Yohji fashion, and follows his unique and recognizable aesthetic. Take a look at the collection above, and get all your fall looks ready. For more Fall/Winter 2018 arrivals, don’t miss our exclusive look at Louis Vuitton‘s collection here.

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