Shiny leggings and jackets with imposing shoulders, fur collars: the 1980s come back in force and in color in the Saint Laurent parade organized Tuesday evening at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.
The Belgian designer of the French house Anthony Vaccarello covers the legs and makes scarves on the necklines but remains faithful to his aggressive sexy aesthetic which he claims against the ambient “puritanism”.
Pencil skirts with waders, tight-fitting tops, belts, blouses with a lavaliere collar, but transparent, almost wise panty skirt and bra or a total look in scarlet red: the Saint Laurent woman is attractive and dangerous.
Follower of black, having slightly widened his color palette the previous season, Anthony Vaccarello operates for fall-winter 2020-2021 a real chromatic revolution.
Purple, mustard and red, orange-blue-burgundy, pink-red-purple: the stylist dares to color and plays on contrasts, highlighting another facet of the heritage of Yves Saint Laurent.
Checks and weights are also found on blouses and jackets.
Some signature looks of the Belgian stylist resurface like a hyper-cleavage, transparent tights and vertiginous pumps worn under a long open black coat.
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