Each year Saint Laurent puts on the show that everyone expects, they are the brand that stands all by itself and follows suit to the classic looks that Yves Saint Laurent created himself. This fashion week in Paris, Saint Laurent may have added minor details to their classic looks that have elevated the ‘classic’ Saint Laurent fashion.
Anthony Vaccarello has been creative director for a few years now and has always known the line he shall not cross, in this collection Anthony found his footing and finally created a show and collection that embodied the vision that Yves once had.
Saint Laurent is known for many things including making everything they create have a sexy silhouette. The biggest take from this show was how well Anthony has done previously, but how he finally hit the nail on the head. This fall 2022 collection is the perfect match between classy, elegant and sexy, and takes looks that were probably inspired by Yves’ previous looks.
This collection both gives off an 80’s or 90’s style sense, but also a 30’s and 40’s sense as well. From faux fur to the introduction of brown and cream tones, Anthony has elevated the YSL look but has also brought back its most iconic and impressive silhouettes.
With black leather, brown faux fur and sexy tuxedos, this collection could not be named anything but a Saint Laurent classic.
Only a floor-length faux-fur coat, sunglasses and a pair of stilettos are all you need for this outfit. The over the top, but also very subtle faux-fur look is spot on YSL. The lowcut round collar allows for the coat to still throw in the mysterious look of “what’s underneath” even if there might not be anything.
Whether it be an evening gown or a nightgown this look allows you to play with simple yet elegant. The low v-cut accentuates the body but also the silkiness of the dress, and the hip slit is the perfect way to show off that sexiness that Saint Laurent is known for.
A Saint Laurent tuxedo is the only one you need. In his new rendition of the iconic suit, Anthony brought the ’80s back with this look, giving off the should pad look without it being obnoxious or over the top. The low cut one button closer allows for that “what’s underneath” mystery to come into play again, and allows the suit to do all the work.
Article published by HOLR Magazine