SAINT LAURENT SUMMER 21 BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO

Finding the essence of things. Pure and soft shapes, a thick jersey uncovered from the late Sixties archives. Uncertain times, just like today. And as a response to that…

SAINT LAURENT SUMMER 21 BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO
SAINT LAURENT SUMMER 21 BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO

Finding the essence of things. Pure and soft shapes, a thick jersey uncovered from the late Sixties archives. Uncertain times, just like today. And as a response to that turmoil mixed with worry, but also hope and new passions, the same desire to dress just for yourself, a yearning for comfort and confidence. Outlining the body without constricting it.

Going out after slipping on a tunic and trousers, a vareuse with spacious pockets, a long jacket with tidy shoulders, all like new versions of Le Smoking. A silk blouse worn with rider shorts, or a fluid, pseudo austere jumpsuit, emphasizing a lean silhouette. For the “inside” life, we have all come to know, a floral explosion of chiffon with fluffy marabout fringes, a subtly sheer Liseuse, a not so quaint charm, somewhere between fantasy and fancy.

SAINT LAURENT SUMMER 21 BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO
SAINT LAURENT SUMMER 21 BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO
SAINT LAURENT SUMMER 21 BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO
SAINT LAURENT SUMMER 21 BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO
SAINT LAURENT SUMMER 21 BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO
SAINT LAURENT SUMMER 21 BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO
SAINT LAURENT SUMMER 21 BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO
SAINT LAURENT SUMMER 21 BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO
SAINT LAURENT SUMMER 21 BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO
SAINT LAURENT SUMMER 21 BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO
SAINT LAURENT SUMMER 21 BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO
SAINT LAURENT SUMMER 21 BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO
SAINT LAURENT SUMMER 21 BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO
SAINT LAURENT SUMMER 21 BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO
SAINT LAURENT SUMMER 21 BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO
SAINT LAURENT SUMMER 21 BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO
SAINT LAURENT SUMMER 21 BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO
SAINT LAURENT SUMMER 21 BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO

The Jewelry is illuminating the muted and enveloping colors of a collection dedicated to the freedom of movement.

« I wanted to focus on the essence of things. I think it’s a sign of the times. But I didn’t want anything bleak or heavy. The desert, to me, symbolizes that yearn for serenity, open space, a slower rhythm. The clothes are also softer, the spirit of the collection is more gentle, stripped back »
Anthony Vaccarello

 

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