Kilts made a comeback at the Paris menswear shows courtesy of Japan's Yohji Yamamoto while Louis Vuitton looked east to another national costume for inspiration.
A model walks the catwalk at the Yohji Yamamoto men's fall/winter 2013/2014 collection show on January 17, 2013 as part of Paris Men's Fashion Week. Double breasted jackets combined with the facial hair conjured up an Edwardian gents look.
To the wail of bagpipes, models sporting beards and every conceivable style of whiskers from Dali and fu manchu to handlebar and walrus teamed Yamamoto's 21st century take on the kilt with ties, hats and long flowing woollens.
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