In the words of Anthony Vaccarello himself, Saint Laurent’s Fall/Winter 2020 collection revolves around “find[ing] the balance between control and abandonment, the tension between discipline and pleasure”.
Which, in the design language of the Maison’s creative director, translates into a high-octane wardrobe that blends the bourgeois elegance of boxy, double-breasted blazers, pussy-bow blouses and tailored culottes in wool, leather, cashmere and silk with the subversive sensuality of barely-there bustiers, hip-cleaving pencil skirts, cut-out dresses and second-skin leggings in fetishistic latex. Lots and lots of latex.
Dipped in a palette of blacks and greys shot through with plum purple, mustard yellow, electric blue and saturated red, and matched with slick thigh-high boots, chunky chain-link necklaces and gold cocktail earrings, the Fall/Winter 2020 lineup oozes a sense of powerful glamour and plenty of “don’t mess with me” attitude. Perfect for the fearless woman who’s ready to take on the world — like local model Kaci Beh, who emanates confidence, sophistication and poise in some of this season’s fiercest looks.
Photography Joel Low
Styling Ian Lee
Hair & Makeup Grego Oh using YSL Beauty and Keune SG
Photography assistant Alfie Pan
Model Kaci Beh / Basic Models