Stretching out languorously across the sculpted Jardins du Trocadéro and its famed fountains, not to mention the symbolic Eiffel Tower anchoring the lengthy set in the background, was the Parisian glamour
Saint Laurent created come this spring/summer. On and on the models touted both the maison’s elegant classic essentials, such as the black, red, and gold Opyum heels with the eponymous YSL logo, and the daring future, such as the fringed yeti boots made famous thanks to Rihanna and Naomi Campbell.

Loving the legs with edgy appeals are also the collection’s creative cuts with dresses, culottes and pants hiked up way above the knees—all rocking and rolling in materials as chic as they would be on both the red carpet or the grey asphalt. Further elongating the sexy Saint Laurent silhouettes were plenty of versatile bags to be hung on long chains or to be toted on leather handles. Layers of long earrings and necklaces, in ethnic touches breathing of bustling Marrakech market, amp up the style, complete Anthony Vaccarello’s vision.

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Tags: Spring/Summer, YSL, Fashion, 2018