Yohji Yamamoto is a renowned Japanese fashion designer who established Y's Company Ltd. in 1972. He presented his brand YOHJI YAMAMOTO during the Paris fashion week in 1981 and received great acclaim since then. Known for his avant-garde approach and preference for the title of “dressmaker”, his unstructured suits defined the menswear silhouettes of the 80s and 90s. With his fusion of traditional Japanese dress and Western daywear, he creates unique pieces resulting in offbeat, comfortable, and elegant garments. He later collaborated with Adidas as Creative Director of Y-3 in 2002 and also designs costumes for films, operas, and dance performances.