While oversized proportions have been amongst the trends for fall-winter 2016, Yohji Yamamoto reclaimed his throne with a lineup that included even larger shapes. Blowing up the size of outerwear to comical proportions, Yamamoto captured the spirit of a young child layered up for a cold winter. Playing with the idea of monsters, graphic tees and shirts were shown alongside leather jackets, harnessed outerwear, cable-knit cardigan sweaters and slouchy trousers.
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