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Anthony Vaccarello marked Saint Laurent’s return to real-life shows by hitting up a familiar friend – the Eiffel Tower, which was once again the glittering backdrop for his catwalk presentation, inspired by the larger-than-life figure of Paloma Picasso.

The outdoor show was held on the banks of the Seine, in the shadow of Gustav Eiffel’s iconic landmark, which was illuminated in full colour during the show, to the cheer of the crowd

 

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Vaccarello’s collection was said to be inspired by designer Paloma Picasso, who subverted gender and social norms during the 1970s, and was a close friend of Yves Saint Laurent.
Nods to the maverick could be read through broad shoulders, ‘masculine’ tailoring and three-quarter length sleeves.

Meanwhile, his pyrotechnic display, designed by Bureau Betak, culminated with the roar of a ‘waterfall’, playing with light, shadow and everything between.

 

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