Saint Laurent Trades In The Runway For The Desert

Saint Laurent Trades In The Runway For The Desert

in 2020 has taken a turn. We traded in heels for slippers and dressed up to go nowhere. Designers reimagined the - 2021 season into digital presentations, masked events, staged runways, or opted out of showing altogether. Those that did were creative, but the successful collections were the ones empathetic to both the devastating and joyful events that occurred in quarantine. “I wanted to focus on the essence of things,” creative director said in the press release for Saint Laurent’s Summer21 , which premiered today. “I think it’s a sign of the times, but I didn’t want anything bleak or heavy.”

In a stunning video comprised of 66 looks, Vaccarello traded in the twinkling stage of the Eiffel Tower for the desert of North Africa. Saint Laurent himself was born in Algeria, so it only made sense for the brand to return to its origins. “The desert, to me, symbolizes that yearn for serenity, open space, a slower rhythm,” Vaccarello said. “The clothes are also softer, the spirit of the collection is more gentle, stripped back.”

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Original source: https://www.elle.com/fashion/trend-reports/a34979761/saint-laurent-spring-summer-2021/

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