Yves St. Laurent Catwalk Fashion Show ss2010
The YSL collection was about the urge looking for “a natural and honest chic, an aesthetic paradigm of new minimalism”, according to the program-notes. That means a stark, monochrome pencil-skirted suit and an austere tuxedo. Or a pair of conceptual lederhosen and a romantic, strawberry-scattered dress. The YSL collection of Stefano Pilati had two sides: seventies peasant-influences and a more modern city-look with linen dresses and belted pantsuits. There were lots of ideas and great looking clothes but it never became cohesive. The consumer probably doesn’t care, as long as she finds wearable clothes. And she will.