A fascinating documentary still in powerful images, has delivered the New York director and photographer Theo Stanley on fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto. “This is my dream, “the title of the half-hour strip granted a rare glimpse into the working world of Japanese fashion designer, and examines the creative collaboration with Yamamoto’s sportswear giant Adidas.
For seven months, a film crew accompanied the 60-year-old in his creative efforts.The audience sees Yamamoto in the design of the summer 2010 collection for the label Y-3 and the preparations for the fashion show. Of interest: 22 years after the first Yamamoto film documentary “A Notebook on Clothes and Cities “ by director Wim Wenders, Stanley’s work confirms once again the Yamamoto for his work above all need one thing: peace. The work ethic Yamamoto is marked in typical Japanese style of austerity and discipline. Who the ability to silence and restraint has not ruled out-of-place in the cosmos Yamamoto quickly.