Anthony Vaccarello is a creative of blind vision when it comes who’s “supposed” to wear what, and that view stood forward for todays Saint Laurent A/W RTW show. Along the fountains of the Trocadero, models galloped along a runway lit a special luminescence under the Eiffel Tower. Exotic prints, engineered structures, and sculptural geometric jackets whaled through the show leading into a technicolor glow-in-the-dark style light show that illuminate each piece in a particular way as if they were each redesigned in the seconds backstage. Yet, attention was on more than the lavish threads and extravagant runway. The non-binding beauty statement was one to recognize for more reasons than one.
Makeup Artist Tom Pecheux’s spring on blurring that thin line between masculine an feminine, merging the ideal looks of classic men and women for the runway. The ambiance created a magical air amongst the models and crowd of fashion appreciators as Anna Herrera opened the show in a plunged sheer black blouse with a draped charcoal, straight shoulder, ankle length wool trench in an oversize masculine compliment to her mesmerizing side-swept, bold chestnut pixie. Clearly noting a strong woman, but a large glass of bad ass masculinity to finish it off. The men were also apart of the beauty binding baring an array of different tresses and waves in various lengths more common for men on the Runway these days. The message was very clear – If you look just as good in it, do it.
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