Haute couture told by Vaccarello, a hymn to elegance without excess under the light of Eiffel Tower
A highly anticipated event, perhaps among the most anticipated, that of the Yves Saint Laurent fashion show on the occasion of Paris Fashion Week F/W 22-23. Anthony Vaccarello, artistic director of YSL, met all expectations and perhaps even went beyond him by celebrating the pinnacle of his career and also honoring the brand’s sixty years. This F/W 22-23 collection highlights how the designer has led the brand to a high level of aesthetics by enhancing and returning to tell a key element of elegance that is often overlooked, moderation. At the foot of the eternal fascinating Eiffel Tower, the woman described by Vaccarello paraded with elegance, shunning provocations and excesses, showing the discreet line of the iconic black chosen by the director of the maison: “A sober matte palette suggests a moment of reflection. Proving that moderation does not have to be joyless, this is a poetic and tranquil presentation. ” Coats and jackets marked by big shoulders, long wraparound dresses and triumphant tuxedos. Evening dresses that evoke Art Deco with their necklines. There is no shortage of furs, already in September finally in eco-sustainable fabrics. A show and finally live: Vaccarello and YSL in Paris. The creative director has reached an interesting point of maturity with this show. The reference to a strong deconstructed minimalism is clear with monochromatic colors, almost as if they wanted to communicate the ease of being worn mixed with timeless Parisian elegance. The YSL woman for autumn / winter 22 is of timeless elegance and she almost seems to have no time but still enveloped in impeccable sensuality. The maison led by Vaccarello gives us the feeling and the urgency of a change in the world of fashion. Let yourself be enchanted by the new iconic selection, exclusively on Michele Franzese Moda.