Details Shortly after graduating with a degree in Law from Keio University in 1966, Yohji Yamamoto realized that a Law career was not for him. Alongside working at his mother’s sewing shop, he enrolled in the Bunka Fashion College, which boasts alumni such as Jun Takahashi, Junya Watanabe, and Tsumori Chisato. At 1977 Tokyo Fashion Week, he showed his first women’s ready-to-wear line called “Y’s,” and “Y’s For Men” followed shortly after. The clothes were predominantly day-to-day pieces, consisting of gloomy shades, superb fabrics, and bellowing cuts. Based on a classic U.S. Military pattern, these black pants are done in a cotton fabrication. They feature buttons at the ankle for an adjustable hem and back buckle fastener.
Size + Fit Marked size 2 fits true to size 33 (please refer to measurements). 33 inch waist 33 inch inseam 43 inch total length