To pay homage to my favorite Japanese designer, I wore a full Yohji Yamamoto ensemble except for the footwear and accessories. This Yohji shirt with loose strings really goes perfectly well with my A-line shaped-kilt. I like how masculine it still looks even if I'm actually wearing a borderline womenswear piece. I kept it simple and chic by not wearing any accessories except for the hat and of course my glasses.
Top - Y's button-down shirt / Bottom - Y's kilt / Accessories - New York Co. felt trilby
Footwear - Guidi derbys / Eyewear - Rigards horn spectacles
Photo by Homme Urbain