French fashion house Yves Saint Laurent has been a timelessly classic choice of the well-dressed for decades, mostly black and super luxurious with a smattering of body-conscious silhouettes. Under a sparkling Eiffel Tower, Anthony Vaccarello showed what will go down as one of the most romantic, memorable shows of his YSL career.
This season, creative director Anthony Vaccarello hit the point of maturity, with outerwear is defined with thick, denser material, while inner, elongated garments flutter downward in the wind.
This collection embraces a subtle permeation of the almost forgotten, Art Deco style. Art Deco is a distinct architectural and design style that was first used in France in the early 1900’s. Which influenced the show “more in essence and overall outline than in direct quotations,” per the show notes. Another reference was Nancy Cunard, a jazz-age British heiress, writer and activist.
Second to the clothes was beauty a mix of smudgy disco eyes, nude brows, catish liner and messy hair. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.