A RETROSPECTIVE CELEBRATING YOHJI YAMAMOTO AT THE LONDON V&A MUSEUM

Yohji Yamamoto, photo by Ronald Stoops

The London Victoria & Albert Museum will present a retrospective exhibition about the visionary Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto – the poet of black -, curated by Ligaya Salazar which will be held from 12th March to 10th July 2011. Here in the suggestive location of Gallery 38 it will be explored the 30 years the legendary designer spent in fashion world and it will be featured the womenswear and for the first time also the menswear clothing collections along with excerpts from fashion shows, performances and films, some of them made by Nick Knight and Peter Saville. A not to be missed happening to enjoy an essential chapter of fashion history and the revolutions made by a bright creative.

UNA RETROSPETTIVA CHE CELEBRA YOHJI YAMAMOTO AL V&A MUSEUM DI LONDRA

Yohji Yamamoto, photo by Koichi Inakoshi

Il Victoria & Albert Museum di Londra presenterà una retrospettiva sul visionario designer giapponese Yohji Yamamoto – il poeta del nero -, curata da Ligaya Salazar che si terrà  dal 12 marzo al 10 luglio 2011. Ivi nella suggestiva location della Gallery 38 saranno esplorati i 30 anni che il designer ha trascorso nel mondo della moda e saranno protagoniste le collezioni di abbigliamento donna e per la prima volta anche le collezioni uomo unitamente a frammenti di sfilate, performance e pellicole, alcune delle quali realizzate da Nick Knight e Peter Saville. Un evento imperdibile per apprezzare un imprescindibile capitolo della storia della moda e le rivoluzioni fatte da un geniale creativo.

Yohji Yamamoto, excerpt from a shooting by Nick Knight

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