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Y/Project Lace Print Dress, Baby Blue

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Y/Project Lace Print Dress, Baby Blue

Price: $689

Two garments for the price of one—stretch column maxi dress with the illusion of yet another dress superimposed, burn out lace patterned. Adjustable length straps, scoop neck.

Y/Project Lace Print Long Sleeve Top

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Y/Project Lace Print Long Sleeve Top

Price: $535

Lace on fire print, a trompe l'oeil negligee on long-sleeved stretch top. Unisex.

Y/Project Pinched Logo Souffle Jeans

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Y/Project Pinched Logo Souffle Jeans

Price: $535

What a silhouette. Have you ever worn a "fluffy" jean? These are designed to be low rise, and feature an extra wide front panel to create the look, along with the brand's pinched logo detail. As comfortable as sweats. Interior toggle drawstring, elastic waist. Unisex.

Y/Project Invisible Strap Tank Top, White

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Y/Project Invisible Strap Tank Top, White

Price: $225

Tricks of the eye are afoot. A tank suspended in mid-air, as if it were floating. Matching the curves of one's shoulder, the invisible straps hold the garment securely atop the body. Finally, the illusion of pure magic.

Y/Project Invisible Strap Tank Top, Vintage Black

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Y/Project Invisible Strap Tank Top, Vintage Black

Price: $225

Tricks of the eye are afoot. A tank suspended in mid-air, as if it were floating. Matching the curves of one's shoulder, the invisible straps hold the garment securely atop the body. Finally, the illusion of pure magic.

Y/Project Multi Cut Out Track Dress

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Y/Project Multi Cut Out Track Dress

Price: $234

The comfort of a track suit, with the vibe of a pretty sensual gown. Zip front low-key tonal Y/Project embroidered logo.

 Chloe is a US 4 and wears the XSmall.



Y/Project (FR) is lead by Glenn Martens, who takes an approach equal parts concept, invention, and play. The collection's proportion and detailing is unlike any other in the marketplace (oft imitated, never equalled?), often utilizing traditionally proletarian textiles, making it instantly recognizable to those who might be interested in these sorts of things, but a deft and witty hand keep it authentic in its creative and progressive vision. Perhaps its origins as a menswear line (started by Yohan Serfaty) are what make it so appealing to those that favor both highly tailored and everyday streetwear silhouettes. Whatever that impulse may be, the result is a true code of eccentricity, masculine and feminine, created with independence in mind.