Tag: Saint Laurent
Gaspar Noé x Saint Laurent collaborate on a fashion film inspired by the film “Belle de Jour” to present summer 21 collection.
Saint Laurent Rive Droite launches in collaboration with Fatboy, Bang & Olufsen and Neo Legend a capsule of items to celebrate the holidays.
Yves Saint Laurent presents the new Spring-Summer 2021 collection through a parade marked by dunes and flames of fire.
Saint Laurent launches #YSL35, a new proposal that puts the focus on denim and its many possibilities.
The brand has just announced the launch of its “Abuse Is Not Love” program, which aims to combat violence in couples.
After more than two months of confinement and more than half a year of covid-19, we take stock of the different proposals that have emerged to solve the eternal question: what about the shows?
Saint Laurent, the luxury fashion company owned by French conglomerate Kering, has decided to cancel its participation in Paris Fashion Week this year.
In this #mustwatch we review the essential films for fashion lovers. And for the first time, you won’t see in this list The Devil Wears Prada.
Model Kaia Berger names the new Yves Saint Laurent bag, an indispensable accessory for the brand. That’s the Saint Laurent Kaia Bag.
Saint Laurent Rive Droite has just revealed its latest collaboration. It is a series of 35mm cameras that he has created with Lomography.
These quarantine weeks are a good opportunity to read, inspire and learn. Here are the ten most essential fashion readings.
On a spectacular stage in the Champ de Mars, the models paraded with the new Saint Laurent collection for the SS20 season.
After Saint Laurent and Ermenegildo Zegna it is now the turn of his most personal project. Stefano Pilati presents his project Random Identities.
Travis Scott: rapper, musician and producer, has to add to that list the face of Saint Laurent’s SS19 men’s collection.
Saint Laurent presented its long-awaited proposal at Paris Fashion Week with a staging where models literally walked on water.
Anthony Vaccarello – Saint Laurent – seduced us and introduced us to his imaginary; this time the rebellious aeshthetics of the late 70s.
The british model, Kate Moss, has been convinced by the Parisian firm to create one of those campaigns that break the barriers between advertising and art.
Saint Laurent has slipped into 213 Rue Saint Honoré to join Colette in what will be his last collaboration before its definitive closure.