Unless you were living under a rock, or on Instagram hiatus, you’ll likely have seen dispatches from Anthony Vaccarello’s first men’s Saint Laurent show in Paris on Wednesday. From the front row attendees to the sartorial swagger of the clothes, it was a collection that was talked about, with a capital T.
Intended as a second act to follow the womenswear offering of last season—Vaccarello said he wants his co-ed audience to be “almost one person”—the lineup was a definitive master class in tailoring. Floor-sweeping and shin-length, sharp shouldered coats looked like they could stand up by themselves, no model required, while there was self assurance (and BDE, dare
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