Saint Laurent Ready To Wear Fall Winter 2017 Paris

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Saint Laurent Ready To Wear Fall Winter 2017 Paris

At Saint Laurent, shoulders are now sharp, ‘80s new wave flavored evening pieces mingle with utilitarian outerwear on the runway, and luxurious sophistication flirts with glittery bad taste. Without forgetting that Vaccarello’s many silhouettes were sported by a mixed gender and multiracial model casting. In fact, Vaccarello made a statement with his second outing for the French maison, proving that his new take on Saint Laurent could be more transgressive than the one under former Creative Director, Heidi Slimane. [CONTINUE READING...]

Less is more is a bit of an understatement these days. And even more so, if we are talking about a collection designed by Anthony Vaccarello. The young designer reputed for his celebration of all things feminine; a feminity that enjoys flirting with bad taste. A major sex appeal alert were Saint Laurent's crystal studded ruched boots – and all the other statement pieces on the runway that were indecently embroidered with sparkly crystals. [CONTINUE READING...]