Master of Diguise–Yohji Yamamoto has a little fun with his fall/winter 2013 collection, sending his models down the runway in various forms of faux whiskers. Blending bits of punk with parts of London, Yamamoto revealed a young and vibrant feat, while still remaining true to his signature juxtaposition of relaxed silhouettes and tailored fits. Along for the season's ride, long cardigans and skirts were mixed with a wild motif, calling on animal prints and voluminous textures with just the right amount of quirk for a strong collection with a charm that evoked images of Sherlock Holmes or The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
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