Anthony Vaccarello has been the creative director of the French fashion house Saint Laurent for four years and never ceases to amaze with bold and sometimes even provocative looks. The fall-winter 2020 collection has become particularly frank: the designer showed an uninhibited, sexual woman, in each image of which demonstrates a new interpretation of the bourgeois chic. Now sophistication has taken the place of elegance, while a classic midi skirt has been succeeded by latex leggings.
In addition to ultra-tight shiny leggings that look like a second layer of the skin, Vaccarello presented a ready-made wardrobe for femme fatale: leather dresses, skirts and coats, chiffon blouses with bows, double-breasted blazers with golden buttons, cocktail dresses made of the same leather and velvet, fluffy half-length coats in bright fur, bras with ruffles and laces, brutal chain necklaces, thigh-high boots and plenty more.
The collection's color palette was also a surprise - the designer unexpectedly moved away from the already familiar dark range of Saint Laurent, obviously tired of the constant remarks about his unchanging love for black. This time Vaccarello used berry shades, from blueberry to raspberry, as well as blood red, burgundy, noble emerald green, mustard, and blue.