His S/S 2002 collection is easily recognised as one of the most iconic Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme collections. A standout theme through the show were CGI characters and rave-inspired prints produced by Saeko Tsuemura, well-known for her work featured in Yohji Yamamoto Pour Homme, Autumn/Winter 1991. Another reason for this being such a standout amongst the rest is his use of denim here, which he has rarely been seen to do.
The blazer is constructed in a thick vintage yellow denim which has been treated to give it an intended worn-in look. The blazer also features a single breasted closure featuring two buttons and a chest pocket attached to the inside, however, this is clearly seen from the outside and two lower pockets. A very wearable yet beautiful piece from an iconic collection.