I wear black.

yohji yamamoto, color black, psychology,introvert

Yōji Yamamoto (山本 耀司, born 1943, is a Japanese fashion designer based in Tokyo and Paris. He is among the master tailors whose work is thought to be of genius and has been described as probably the only designer you could name who has 60-year-olds who think he’s incredible and 17-year-olds who think he’s way cool.  His more prestigious awards for his contributions to fashion include the Japanese Medal of Honor, the Ordre national du Mérite, the Royal Designer for Industry and the Master of Design award by Fashion Group International.” (Source: Wiki)

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  1. And it’s slimming too!


  2. But did you know that it makes facial wrinkles show up more? Not that I have any….cough, choke, gasp.


  3. LaDona's Music Studio says:

    Wrinkles or slimming – going with the latter every time.


  4. Just got a black shirt today! When younger never wore black…today almost all I have is black or dark. Think it makes me look bigger with pending weight issue.


  5. Reblogged this on What I see, what I feel, what I'd like to see… and commented:
    Me, too!


  6. True, it’s slimming – and I don’t think one could help but notice his designs. They are out there and extreme and hard to ignore.


  7. Black is back
    I got it stacked
    if you want to track
    all that I have in black
    come follow me back
    inside room and beside the rack
    no, it doesn’t lack
    its black all black
    yes..no…that..where..its dark pitched black :))


  8. It’s my “go-to” color. 🙂


  9. mybodyisyourbodyproject says:

    I always thought Yamamoto was an idiot. This is the proof.


  10. Alex Jones says:

    Black has a certain elegance, mystery and threat.


  11. Not Perfect Me says:

    Reblogged this on Not Perfect Me.


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