Yohji Yamamoto presented a sporty and urban collection for Y-3 Fall/Winter 2013 during New York Fashion Week. The show’s concept is “future thrift,” and it imagines how coming generations might mix elements of technology and tradition. Menswear meanwhile sticks to a theme of bold and bright, featuring tones of “ultra-pop” (acidgreen), “alpha-pop” (hot pink), and “warning” (bright orange). Sumptuous neon-stripe knits are paired with graphic prints that reinterpret camouflage in rigid patterns reminiscent of vintage architecture drawings. Yet the collection also emphasizes elegant tailoring, evidenced by quilted blazers trimmed in grosgrain and button-down shirts inlaid with an abstract, barely perceptible Y-motif.