The Treehouse + The Cave

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Saturday, January 22, 2005

Yoko Devereaux


Yoko Devereaux launched their new website yesterday.

I've known the folks behind the label for a while now, and let me say, they're just as amazing as their clothes. If you're fed up with the fact that nobody makes decent, edgy menswear (that isn't eurotrash), then you're in luck. Yoko D. combine fine tailoring, conceptual thinking and highly street-conscious accents to make items I've consistently drooled over, season after season. Support them.

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