A Collaboration with a Legend of Japanese Pop Art
Ground Y is a brand that proposes new possibilities in fashion with its manifesto of genderless and ageless style, drawing upon the principles of Yohji Yamamoto Inc. On Friday 23 June, Ground Y will release a collection created in collaboration with Keiichi Tanaami, an artist who has been at the top of his game since the '60s. The collection will be available in Japan at GINZA SIX, Laforet Harajuku, Shibuya PARCO, Shinsaibashi PARCO, Nagoya PARCO, and online at THE SHOP YOHJI YAMAMOTO.
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Online sales will commence at 12:00PM (JST)
To see all of the looks from the collection, click here.
Shirts: NO MORE WAR_5, Hi-Lite, GoldFish, Art Expo New York_C
T-Shirts: Woman with a Mole-A, Love, A Portrait of Keiichi Tanaami, 42nd Street
T-Shirt: NO MORE WAR_5, Pants: 1967 Tokyo 3, Backpack: 1967 Tokyo 2, Backpack: 1967 Tokyo 3
Ground Y x Keiichi Tanaami Collaboration Collection
Release date: Friday 23 June
Available at: Ground Y stores in Japan (GINZA SIX, Laforet Harajuku, Shibuya PARCO, Shinsaibashi PARCO, Nagoya PARCO)
Also available online at THE SHOP YOHJI YAMAMOTO (sales will commence at 12:00PM JST)
About Keiichi Tanaami
Born in Tokyo in 1936, Keiichi Tanaami is a graduate of Musashino Art University. Since the 1960s, he has actively pushed the boundaries of various media and genres as a graphic designer, filmmaker, and artist, creating exceptional works of art. With a history spanning over half a century, his prolific career has garnered a substantial following among young artists worldwide, making him an influential figure for the new generation of artists in the 21st century. In recent years, Tanaami's works have been acquired by renowned museums such as the M+ Museum for Visual Culture in Hong Kong, the National Portrait Gallery in the USA, and the Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof in Germany.