Pour Homme Dainese Racer Red Moto Jacket



The highlight of Yohji's 2004 Autumn Winter Menswear show was the collaboration with Dianese leathers. This collaboration is different from most because it extended from both the Pour Homme line to his Y's collection. Leather racing jackets that featured the classic Y's monogram were debuted on his division line, wheras the YYPH pieces featured either classic cut blazers or more embellished racing jackets often featuring plays on the brands name such as Yohji Riders or YamaMOTO.


9/10 condition. Please see photos for full evaluation.


Size 54, fits large to x-large
Pit-to-Pit: 23 Inches 
Length: 26 Inches
Sleeve-Length: 24 Inches


During the beginning of Yohji Yamamoto’s career, he proposed a new vision for fashion that existed outside of all the glitz and glamour that dominated the conversation. He pushed past the medium’s limitations, as he focused on cutting silhouettes without any regard to the shape of the body, but rather how the garment draped on the body. This way of working with proportions first became the start of his contribution to the “anti-fashion” movement and characterized him.

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