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Saint Laurent fall/winter 2014-15
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Saint Laurent fall/winter 2014-15

Sixties Rebellion At Saint Laurent

By Robyn Roberts

March 12, 2014

Hedi Slimane has that rocker/bad-girl appeal down to a science. Last season, the designer gave us lust-worthy pieces to satisfy the edgy eighties lover in all of us. This season, Slimane brings the rebelliousness of the sixties to the runways in Paris for the fall/winter 2014-15 presentations, and we are really digging it.

Black tights were paired with short plaid skirts in soft wool, mini-pleated velvet skirts, and sparkly short sheath dresses bedecked in animal prints. Cropped sweaters and white collared shirts peeked out from under little peacoats.

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Saint Laurent fall/winter 2014-15

Color tones were mostly moody, with mainly blacks lending a background to small pops of color. Grey-and-white plaid wool capes were worn over intentionally conflicting leopard print sheaths in red and gold. Leather biker jackets affirm an edge over mini A-line dresses covered in black and gold pistol prints.

Bits of sequins, fur, and wide brimmed hats soften the attitude of each piece. This collection for Saint Laurent is very reminiscent of Edie Sedgwick, but with less drugs and more rock-n’-roll.

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