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The Look
Simple and streamlined, Stefano Pilati’s first collection for YSL since the eponymous designer died in June stayed true to the label’s modern, slightly androgynous handwriting with Japanese inspired kimonos and fisherman pants, and details borrowed from the infamous Le Smoking tuxedo.

Key Pieces
Long slim skirt suits with fitted double breasted jackets came in either taffeta or crepe, and neat white shirts were cinched into hip hugging pencil skirts with exaggerated pointy hips, whilst peacock hems added drama to dresses.

The palette was classic, with black, ivory, midnight blue and dove grey worked across both day and eveningwear.

An opulent selection of sheer organza, rich taffeta and dense sequinning

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