saint laurent parties into 2018 with its latest campaign film
Dance your first-week-back-blues away with Anja Rubik, Raquel Zimmermann, Maria Miguel, Hiandra Martinez, Adut Akech and Cara Taylor.
travis scott collabs with saint laurent and colette to release limited edition vinyl
Gimme gimme gimme.
saint laurent is taking over colette on monday
Get those Christmas lists ready.
“it’s the story of paris”: saint laurent and dior battle for fashion’s capital
For spring/summer 18, Anthony Vaccarello celebrated the past, present and future of Saint Laurent, Maria Grazia Chiuri updated the city’s 60s youthquake for now and Y/Project hinted at what’s to come.
Steve Salter and Susie Lau
life lessons from the autumn/winter 17 campaigns everyone is talking about
Advertising tries to remind us that life could be better, making us believe that a little je ne sais quoi is within reach.
Hanna Hanra and Steve Salter
saint laurent's new heels double as... rollerskates?
Serious Xanadu vibes.
trippy new ysl video flexes goth-geisha with an oscar wilde voiceover
There's a lot of freeing the nipple under Tokyo’s neon lights.
the weekly fashion round-up, ft. saint laurent, lucinda chambers, male rompers and more
Fashion². From creative collaborations to curious combinations, this week in fashion reminded us that two heads are better than one.
when it comes to diversity, campaigns are lagging behind the runway
While we're seeing more representations of non-white models each season, is progress being made fast enough?
the weekly fashion digest
All the biggest movements in fashion from the last seven days.
twice as nice: saint laurent and olivier theyskens kick off paris fashion week
Sophomore collections characterised the first day of autumn/winter 17 shows in Paris as Anthony Vaccarello showed his second season for Saint Laurent and Olivier Theyskens continued his return to independence.
this is anthony vaccarello for saint laurent
Anthony Vaccarello had plenty of shoes to fill when he took the top job at Saint Laurent last year. Instead, he chose to walk his very own path. “Hate it or like it,” as he puts it, “I’m doing this.”
Anders Christian Madsen
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