MEN 'S FOLIO Singapore|December/January 2020
To define a contemporary vocabulary for Saint Laurent Spring/Summer ‘20, creative director Anthony Vaccarello employed Mick Jagger’s rocker cool, Serge Gainsbourg’s Parisian nonchalance, and the brand’s founder’s love for Marrakesh.
Wilson Lim

For Anthony Vaccarello’s second menswear showing for Saint Laurent Spring/Summer ‘20, the creative director pulled out all the stops and gathered the international press at Malibu beach. The sandy location brought to mind Miley Cyrus’s Malibu, a song about rekindled passions in life – not purely because the scenography bore the same name, but it also set the mind to wonder if the romantic background would be an inspiration for Vaccarello to introduce a refreshing beach-themed dimension to the French house famed for its Parisian-rocker chic.

That fleeting thought was truncated when Cyrus walked across the runway, holding hands with then-fiancé, Liam Hemsworth. The show’s star-studded roll call continued with Keanu Reeves, Hailey Bieber, G-Eazy, Charlie Puth, and Men’s Folio cover star JB of GOT7. This impressive group front-row attendees served as a prelude to the exciting show ahead.


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December/January 2020