Y-3, Yohji Yamamoto‘s ongoing collaboration with adidas, dates back 13 years, long before “athleisure” entered the fashion lexicon. The brand’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection was previewed during Paris Fashion Week alongside a performance by the TAO Dance Theater. Both the clothes and dance company emphasized movement, with loose-fitting silhouettes finished in a neutral color palette of black, grey and white. There were long tank tops and tees paired with striped track pants, as well as nylon ponchos layered over tunic-like shirts. Natural cotton and rayon fabrications signaled the concept that these were pieces made for everyday wear, while the appearance of the iconic three-stripes gave the nod to a sportswear functionality.