With the sarouel a mainstay the past few seasons, Yamamoto brought voluminous men’s bottoms to another level, showing kiltlike pleated culottes with almost everything. They were a counterpoint to long, broad-shouldered and deconstructed blazers, cotton military jackets and terrific trenches. Ladled with florals, club stripes, ditzy geometric prints and intense colors, the compositions were beautiful, if sometimes a little puzzling in terms of references. While the Far East dominated, straw cowboy hats and chaps added a strange twang of the Wild West.

With the sarouel a mainstay the past few seasons, Yamamoto brought voluminous men’s bottoms to another level, showing kiltlike pleated culottes with almost everything. They were a counterpoint to long, broad-shouldered and deconstructed blazers, cotton military jackets and terrific trenches. Ladled with florals, club stripes, ditzy geometric prints and intense colors, the compositions were beautiful, if sometimes a little puzzling in terms of references. While the Far East dominated, straw cowboy hats and chaps added a strange twang of the Wild West.

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