The New Era of Saint Laurent Is Here—See Every Fierce Runway Look

Saint Laurent just presented its first collection under the direction of newly-appointed designer Anthony Vaccarello at Paris Fashion Week, and let's just say, the new era is definitely here. Every look was even sexier than what we've seen in the past from the label's previous creative director Hedi Slimane

Ahead of the presentation, Vaccarello told Vogue what to expect, "There are fabrics like leather, vinyl, velvet, lace, but then they’re put on a girl of today", and went on to explain that there was one dress in particular from the Yves Saint Laurent 1982 archives that helped inspire the collection, "We deconstructed it, we changed the fabric—it was in crepe de chine; we did it in leather, for example—we cut it up: we had a lot of fun with that one dress". 

The collection features a lot of denim and leather, one-shoulder styles, sheer lace, and the most incredible collarbone-grazing earrings we've ever seen. We're just waiting for Kim Kardashian's next red carpet moment—we can see her in every single one of these looks.

Click through to see every look from Saint Laurent S/S 17, and then shop the current collection.

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