These images showcase Yamamoto’s designs without them actually being worn. They are either hung from trees, scattered on the ground or layered on top of one another to create a human like figure. I thought it was interesting because it shows how clothing can seem deconstructed even without a figure wearing them. This way, it highlights the various shapes that are naturally formed within the clothing., the creases and bumps that would normally fall flat on a model. I just felt it was a really individual way of showcasing work and for me, an influence on how to dress the model in the clothing to portray this sort of thrown on aesthetic.

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