Saturday, June 23, 2012


With Hedi Slimane as newly-appointed creative director of Yves Saint Laurent, changes have already started to happen. YSL is about to have a new name and being rebranded as Saint Laurent Paris.
For Slimane this move is to recapture youth, freedom and modernity, just as the founder of the fashion house, Yves Saint Laurent did when he created Saint Laurent Rive Gauche in 1966.
And that is why this variation logo dress by Yves Saint Laurent from Summer 1988 is more important today than it was in 1988. it features very prominently the YSL interlocking logo on a red raw silk strapless silhouette with a lace wrap/apron on the waist and hips with a point d'esprit red floral motif. The wrap may be sensually tied at the back for a very sophisticated Spanish-style look.
However you tie it, you'd be glad to own a piece of history!

Yves Saint Laurent Variation red strapless raw silk logo shift with lace apron wrap, Summer 1988. Marked size 38, Modern size 6.

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