Need Y3 apparel at a discount? This is the guide for some of the best alternatives, anywhere online. I've decided to list some websites that seem to consistently have the lowest prices. Below are the websites that I recommend.
In the year 2003, Yohji Yamamoto collaborated with Adidas and created this highly-covetable training footwear which has been featured on Paris runways.
His first collections are sports clothes with a beautiful logo. These cloths contain three stripes like diagonal arm and a black zipper. The pants and T-shirts are covered with very large daisy, dahlia and rose prints.
The media released some reviews on the Spring 2003 catwalk show and gave the collection high praise. When the collection was released into market, it received high demand. Yamamoto and Adidas combined and decided to bring a show to U.S. with their Big Apple collections.
I must honestly say that the Y3 website is eye-catching not because of any seeming intent on the part of the designer but for how the clothing on the model looks as unusual as anything I've seen. The platform shoes on the model are especially worth checking out. Links to search results for this brand are below:
To read about this brand on the blogs is to read about what's going with Kanye West. They seem to be mentioned together in a good number of blog results, which I guess is to be expected since Kanye West's highly publicized leaving of Nike for Adidas. Wait a second. Kanye West endorsed Nike? And then Adidas? Since when do mainstream sneaker companies seek out musicians to endorse their product? Is it not just athletes anymore? I guess it makes sense given the connection between sneaker companies and hip hop, but wouldn't it have been started with someone other than Kanye West? Maybe, I'm just getting old.
Below are some additional websites to check out if you are bargain shopping. I can't guarantee how effective they will be on searching for this particular item, but it's always useful to have additional options. It might be a good idea to set bookmark these sites along with those previously mentioned for convenience. Then again, you don't need me to tell you how to use your bookmark function. How presumptuous of me. Whatever you decide to do, I hope that these links prove to be worth the time taken to search them: