For the Saint Laurent woman, a style statement is always a nonchalant one; from the YSL Mondrian dress of 1965 to the glamorous rock ‘n’ roll looks of Anthony Vaccarello’s present, there’s never been a timidness to this atelier. Lean into the label’s alluring personality by teaming a Saint Laurent T-shirt with unrestrained tailoring or a leather jacket, draping the Kate bag over your shoulder for an insouciant sign-off.
In Your Shoes
In Your Shoes
Whether you’re hitting the dancefloor in a pair of towering Tribute Sandals, or turning heads at the coffee shop with your knee-high leather boots, you’ll know that keeping your footwear ‘low-key’ is never an option with Saint Laurent. The brand’s ‘70s-inspired Bianca sandals, classic Loulou boots and instantly-recognisable Opyum pumps are at the top of every shoe-fanatic’s wishlist.
Slim-fit tailoring, distressed denim, Breton stripes and Cuban-heeled boots… Anthony Vaccarello’s latest menswear collection for Saint Laurent was inspired by 1960s Beat culture and the nonchalant style of Serge Gainsbourg. Viewed through Vaccarello’s provocative lens, these distinctive references – though retro – feel sharply modern.
Exuding Parisian sophistication with a typically provocative twist, Saint Laurent’s handbag repertoire is extensive – and iconic. From the inimitably chic Sac du Jour and the ultra-refined Sunset, to the dance floor-ready Kate and Monogram envelope clutch, investment arm candy doesn't come any chicer than this.
Yes, the YSL monogram is a thing of beauty recognised the world over, but what’s a House signature without an inimitable base upon which to layer? For AW22, sporty sweatshirts and caps juxtapose hyper-feminine dresses and silky separates, while expertly tailored blazers bring the look back into Saint Laurent’s sharp focus.