Saint Laurent FW17
Saint Laurent FW17
Lily Donaldson at Anthony Vaccarello FW15
Timothée Chalamet photographed by Renell Medrano for GQ Magazine, November 2020. Timothée wears sweater by Gucci, turtleneck by Adidas Originals by Wales Bonner, his own jeans by Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello
Anja Rubik in Saint Laurent by Nobuyoshi Araki in Numéro - May, 2020
*The photographs were taken as part of an exceptional collaboration between Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki and (creative director) Anthony Vaccarello at the 2017 Nobuyoshi Araki x Saint Laurent Exhibition at the (closed) Colette store in Paris.
Anthony Vaccarello Fall/Wint 2013
Binx Walton at Anthony Vaccarello FW14
Rosé, of Black Pink, arriving at at the Saint Laurent fall 2020 show. Rosé, house ambassador for the House, wears clothing and accessories from the collection. When Yves Saint Laurent cfounded his eponymous brand in 1960s Paris, the most recognisable women in the world quickly fell in love with his Left Bank chic meets haute bohemian aesthetic. At that time, Catherine Deneuve, Paloma Picasso, and the Black supermodel Mounia all served as his muses. Fifty years later, Anthony Vaccarello has found that same inspiration in Rosé.
“My idea of YSL lies in the attitude” - Anthony Vaccarello
Above, the Saint Laurent fall 2020 show.
“I want to tell the story of Saint Laurent, of Paris—nothing more deeply than that.” - Anthony Vaccarello
Above, the Saint Laurent Spring 2018 show.
Rosé in Saint Laurent 2020
“Our woman is full of a subtle tension. She is a dark angel with a sensual allure, draped in black-sequined dresses that shine like asphalt after the rain.” - Anthony Vaccarello, in regard to his vision for the Saint Laurent woman.
A look from the Saint Laurent fall 2020 show
Daria Strokous at Anthony Vacarello SS12
“I think of everything Saint Laurent when I begin a collection, but I don’t set out to make a Saint Laurent collection…” - Anthony Vaccarello
Saint Laurent fall 2020
Rosé wears a black lace mini-dress from creative director Anthony Vacarello’s fall 2020 collection for Saint Laurent. Filmed by David Sims
“I’m trying to not think about it; just to see all the archives and the whole story of the house, your head can turn, but it’s important to go forward, to see what you can do with it, without copying the past. If you attempt to do the amazing things he did, the incredible things he brought to fashion, you will never re-create the past, so you always have to think of now for Yves Saint Laurent. It’s not even really thinking about the future with this house: it always has to be about the now.” - Anthony Vaccarello, in reference to representing the iconic house of YSL.
Above, a look from the Saint Laurent fall 2020 show.