Saint Laurent has acquired Olivier Châtenet’s complete collection of vintage YSL clothes, consisting of 4,000 pieces dating from 1966 to 1985.
That landmark fashion show, pitted five French designers against five from the U.S.A. and became one for the history books.
With licenses including Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein, Bidermann’s U.S. arm was a training ground for many of the industry’s key executives.
The hosiery brand, which will celebrate its centenary in 2021, is being relaunched under new leadership and creative direction.
Saint Laurent creative director Anthony Vaccarello received carte blanche for the exhibit at the Yves Saint Laurent Museum in Paris.
Rami Malek, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Charlotte Casiraghi were among the first to discover the exhibition at the YSL Museum.
The fashion executive recounts his long career in a new book, offering a more personal take on fashion history.
For the first time, the institution is giving Saint Laurent creative director Anthony Vaccarello carte blanche for the exhibition.
The exhibition comes amidst major restructurings at Condé Nast Germany.
Items from the home and studio of Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne will go under the hammer in Paris on Oct. 23 and 24.
Four lucky Parsons students were allowed into Alaïa’s personal archive of more than 10,000 couture garments as part of the school’s first “Archiving Fashion” summer course.