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Art and fashion crowds made for a stunning scene at Berlin’s most recent gallery weekend, where, on Thursday, Yohji Yamamoto presented “Cutting Age,” a runway show of his iconic looks from 1992 to the present. With black being a favorite of both Yamamoto and Berlin, the color was prevalent, as were asymmetric hemlines and voluminous shapes. The themes carried into the next few days’ events with arty-chic looks leading the way — sometimes with the men’s fashion trumping the women’s. Accessories were standouts, from wide-brimmed felt hats to billowy scarves to shoes so cool, we want to hop on the next flight to the German city for the shopping alone.