Saint Laurent S/S 2017 up sexy
An expert in the deep and dark, Vaccarello offers up sexy with added glossy charm
"I’m a party girl, funny girl. What did you do last night?”
The ceiling was black, the jackets were black, the trousers in every shape were black (save for a couple of pairs of jeans) and the majority of the tiny, bottom skimming dresses were also black. For those who won't be wearing a dress that is only a fraction longer than their torso, Vaccarello offered a huge number of gorgeous jackets from the classic tuxedo to the biker and a covetable faded tapestry military style. The alternative to jackets were an array of bodices, some with leg o'mutton sleeves others with plunging sweetheart necklines, although there was a section of somewhat baffling one-armed cocktail wear that was not entirely successful and looked very tricksy. Transparencies were even seen on men, one single man made an appearance in the middle of the show, alone in the middle of a pride of lionesses. Dangerous ladies with a heart shaped crystal covering one nipple.