Radical Knitwear
Junya Watanabe, autumn/winter 1998–1999. Watanabe’s radical approach to clothes is demonstrated in this sweat from a collection of caged clothes. The knitted fabric has been roughly cut and shaped into a sweater and given structure by the wire cage which is threaded through the fabric to encase the body. For Watanabe, knitwear is usually complementary to the main collection, concentrating on simple, chunky cardigans and sweaters in the colour palette of the season.

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Radical Knitwear
Yohji Yamamoto, autumn/winter 1996–1997. Layers of woollen knitting worn under a ribbed outer garment, the single-bed knitting of the underlayers left unfinished and curled, in contrast to the ribbed outer layer which does not curl. Multiple-layered clothing was common at this time but may now appear cumbersome. Relaxed long cardigans replaced the structured jacket as acceptable outerwear.

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Harper’s Bazaar US, March 1998
Photographer: Patrick Demarchelier
Models: Gisele Bundchen and Carmen Kass

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Madonna by Bettina Rheims 

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calabash dress, oumou sy, dakar fashion week, 1998

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Ikko Tanaka, poster design for Issey Miyake, 1997. Photo: Irving Penn. Via Cooper Hewitt

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ELLE Germany, February 1995, Materialen  

Michele Hicks by Christophe Kutner

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DUTCH #14 — ‘Young Blood’, 1998.

Guinevere Van Seenus in ‘New York Delight,’ ph. Thomas Schenk

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