A model standing on grass at dusk, wearing blue garments and white sneakers from the Y-3 SS21 collection.


Y-3 offers protection from strong gusts of wind in the city with the second chapter of the Spring/Summer 2021 collection.
A blurred scene in nature at dusk. A model wears white sneakers, a blue hat and matching garments from the Y-3 SS21 collection.
Spring/Summer 2021 Chapter 2 blends Y-3's quintessential visual codes with enhanced functionality designed to protect the wearer from city winds. Capturing the essence of air moving around buildings, the collection features ultralight fabrics and pleat details throughout.
A blurred scene in nature at dusk. In the foreground, a model wears a blue top and billowing white trousers from the Y-3 SS21 collection.
Inspired by “Haru-Ichiban,” the “First Strong Winds of Spring” in Japan, the collection is defined by its voluminous looks. Drawing on the color palettes of tarpaulins found on urban construction sites, the garments seamlessly fuse all-weather protection with avant-garde aesthetics.
The second chapter of Y-3's Spring/Summer 2021 collection defies the powerful gusts of wind that blow through the urban cityscape. Infusing the garments, footwear, and accessories with voluminous visual codes, the collection brings new meaning to the concept of all-weather protection.
A new approach to protective gear, Y-3 Spring/Summer 2021 Chapter 2 braces the wearer from urban winds.
Y-3 brings sports style to the street. Fueled by the innovations of adidas and expressed in the style of Yohji Yamamoto, Y-3 creates progressive apparel, footwear, and accessories—a vision driven by both the sports icon and the renowned designer. Founded in 2002, Y-3 established the category of fashion sportswear—one it continues to redefine. Nineteen years later, Y-3’s signature style combines engineered garments and intensive performance with Yamamoto’s singular elegance and strong tailoring. The result is a modern uniform of the streets—designed in Japanese and German ateliers and intended for the world.