Saint Laurent: what to remember from the men’s spring-summer 2023 show

Saint Laurent: what to remember from the men’s spring-summer 2023 show

Saturday July 16, the men’s silhouettes Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello tread the sand of the desert Agafay

in Morocco … Decryption. 

Morocco has shaped the aesthetics of Yves Saint Laurent creations since 1966. It is this place full of history,

that Anthony Vaccarello chose to present his men’s spring-summer 2023 collection. The artistic director immersed

himself in the works of the writer Paul Bowles and more particularly in his novel A Tea in the Sahara, to imagine

this grandiose show outside the official calendar. Catherine Deneuve, Beatrice Dalle, Dominic Fike or Paul

Hameline took place in the sand dunes illuminated by the setting sun, to attend. 

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What should we remember from the Saint Laurent spring-summer 2023 show? 

A minimalist wardrobe

In front of London artist Es Devlin’s artwork, which stood like a dreamlike oasis with water rising from it, Anthony

Vaccarello presented a very Saint Laurent minimalist collection. He reworked the tuxedo, stretched the silhouettes,

accentuated the shoulders and marked the waistline. The cuts of the coats are structured and those of the pants flared.

The silhouettes are androgynous and are drawn mainly in black on a beige sand background. 

 “Black, for me, is the best way to see a silhouette – especially in the desert, you see it clearly, almost like a

sketch,” said Anthony Vaccarello before the show.

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Men’s Black/Metallic Gold/Anthracite/Gum Light Brown

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An ecological and ethical project 

Environmental awareness is becoming more and more acute each season, pushing fashion houses to redouble

their ingenuity to limit their impact on the environment: Adidas Captain Marvel Am4 . Saint Laurent deployed a system to limit the footprint of its fashion show to a minimum. Local experts on

flora and fauna were consulted to design the site, especially for reptiles and birds. The facilities were commissioned

to artisans in Marrakech who will be able to recover some of the materials for upcycling into carpets but also

for local construction projects. As for the water used, which is not drinkable, it will be used for irrigation

projects in the Agafay desert. At the same time, Saint Laurent is also partnering with several organizations,

including Amal and the Fondation du Haut Atlas, to support a project to develop an orchard with several thousand

fruit trees in the village of Achbarou, and to install a well, a water storage system and solar panels in the

village of Akrich. An educational component is also associated with the event via the Moroccan Biodiversity

and Livelihoods Association, which aims to install an educational garden for 400 children in the rural commune

of Zerkten. 

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