It all started with a sparkling stage. To open Saint Laurent’s Fall/Winter 2015 last fashion show, Hedi Slimane called for the festive atmosphere of the Paris Fashion Week. His fashion show, composed of cool boys and girls, was displayed in the most Slimane-esque way possible.
Indubitably, it was meant to be rock and roll and obviously, black was reigning all over the ensembles: for the last day of Paris Fashion Week, Slimane focused on Saint Laurent’s strengths. Indeed, males in sailor stripped jerseys, navy blue pea coats and zipped bombers jackets were following each other in rhythm. Saint Laurent drew its energy in the essence of Parisian chic silhouettes for the Fall/Winter 2015 collection.
Although the French fashion house endlessly paid homage to the holly eighties, this menswear composition had the hint of boldness that the overall audience was waiting for. In a confident move towards the modern Saint Laurent man, it seemed like Slimane did not hesitate in highlighting male’s inclinations to be pretty in pink as well as embrace their inner wild self with animal patterns.
Indeed, everyone should take a second to examine a model nailing the fuchsia fluffy coat, the multi-zipped black leather trousers and the red bomber jacket. That’s what it takes to celebrate and refresh the French fashion heritage.