Kansai Yamamoto Vintage
cable knit jumper
Cream wool jumper from Kansai Yamamoto featuring a crew neck, long sleeves multiple textured knits at the chest and sleeves, and a black and red knitted design above the ribbed hem.
Designer Style ID: KY018
Farfetch ID: 10152884
- 93 cm
- 191 cm
- 98 cm
- 77 cm
- 36.6 in
- 75.2 in
- 38.6 in
- 30.3 in
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- Wool 100%
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Kansai Yamamoto was born in Yokohama, Japan in 1944 and is one of the founding fathers of Japanese contemporary fashion.Yamamoto assisted Junko Koshino and Hisashi Hosono before starting his own company in 1971. He opened his first boutique in Tokyo in 1968 and eventually expanded worldwide, showing in both London and Paris. He became known for his avant garde kimono designs which caught the eye of David Bowie who wore them on his Ziggy Stardust tour. Since his last collection in 1992, he has returned to fashion as a designer of traditional Japanese garments and in 2010 also designed the Skyliner train connecting Narita airport to central Tokyo.