The Saint Laurent De Anthony Vaccarello out on The Street. Has Been Wrong with Silhouettes That Do Not Favor Women?

After leaving Versace all gaze had put in what Anthony Vaccarello would create for Saint Laurent after the high slat (in sales) of Hedi Slimane. To many, among whom I include myself, at a first glance left us indifferent but I have to admit that there were parts that I conquered in the analysis of the collection. Saint Laurent has always been characterized by the well that they sat their clothes but I have the feeling that italo-Belgian designer has made a small mistake (large) with his new silhouette and is that it favors anything.

The actress Makenzie Leigh It was one of the first to “walk” the collection of Saint Laurent created by Anthony Vaccarello and after seeing his photo in the photocall my thoughts return to assert itself. These garments with puff sleeves and exorbitant necklines seem to dominate to the person, for a moment that the top is that leads to the actress from Texas and this is not well. The idea of escotazos in sequins or leather garments to laugh quite and balance it with a long sleeve is one of the best possible decisions, but the truth is that it seems that there is a problem of decompensation. I look forward to watch celebrities trust in the designs of the French House to see if I’m wrong, if not so I guess that Vaccarello change will come soon because the reflection in sales will be quite negative.