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6 Dec

Kate Moss Debuts As The Face Of Saint Laurent

Saint Laurent Spring 2018 campaignPhotography David Sims

Spoiler alert: she looks amazing

When it comes to models, you’d probably feel pretty confident saying that Kate Moss has done it all. While she has been a fan of Saint Laurent – since it was first rebranded by Hedi Slimane – she has not made an appearance on the runway or in a campaign since the Tom Ford-era. Until now. Following a teaser posted on Instagram, the Parisian house has now released the Spring 2018 campaign featuring the iconic model. Photographed by David Sims, the British icon appears in one image dressed in a feathery dress from the SS18 show that paid homage to Yves Saint Laurent’s archive. In the accompanying campaign video, directed by Nathalie Canguilhem, we see Moss on her journey to the top of some steps that look as though they...
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12 Dec

YSLMakes All Your Logo Dreams Come True


Anthony Vaccarello made his design debut for Saint Laurent in a former monastery in Paris in October, complete with a towering YSL logo front and center—making his love affair with those three famed letters as clear as a flashing sign. When the models walked the runway in statement earrings bearing the same logo, his adoration only become more clear—and ours quickly followed. In gold, silver, black and blingy color ways, available in various sizes and retailing at $445-$695, they're the perfect entry in Vaccarello's new Saint Laurent world. We'll take one of each when they hit Saint Laurent boutiques this week.

Courtesy Saint Laurent
Courtesy Saint Laurent

From Harper's BAZAAR

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4 Apr

Anthony Vaccarello Is In at Saint Laurent

Anthony Vaccarello, the shy Belgian with a penchant for designing dresses with thigh-high slits, has been named creative director at Saint Laurent, filling the spot left vacant by Hedi Slimane’s departure. “Mr. Saint Laurent is a legendary figure for his creativity, style, and audacity. I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to contribute to the history of this extraordinary house,” Vaccarello said in a release. Vaccarello put on his first Fashion Week runway show for Fall 2011, and picked up ANDAM’s grand prize later that year. He arrived on the Paris scene after a two-year stint at Fendi with a fully formed aesthetic that took its cues less from that Italian house than from another: Versace. “It’s always black, always sexy,”...
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