Here is a standout piece from Yohji Yamamoto's Autumn/Winter 2004 collection--a white shirt in an airy cotton/rayon weave, given structure at the collar, cuffs, and placket with an extra layer of contrast navy cotton. The prints that litter the entire shirt are written in Hindi and convey the nonchalantly ostentatious attitude that a lot of Yohji Yamamoto garments carry with them. Among the words scripted are 'Yohji Yamamoto,' 'Two Great Nations,' 'Handmade,' and the best of them all, 'If you have clothes they'd better be like this.' What more of a reason do you need to pick this shirt up?
Made in Japan 9/10 Condition, with no rips, stains, or tears.