Men's Summer/Spring Collection 2024 Yves Saint Laurent

A sneak peek of Fashion Show held by Yves Saint Laurent's creative director Anthony Vaccarello In Berlin


Prisha Gupta

6/15/20232 min read

The creative director Anthony Vaccarello unveils the new Men Spring/Summer 2024 collection in Berlin. He continued his YSL world tour for Spring/Summer with another geographical landmark-honoring show, this time it was in Berlin. He had designed low leather Barcelona stools made by Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe, who was the person that made modernist Berlin landmark in 1968.

An honorable mention was made to the myrid sublime tuxedos that opened and closed the show followed by shouldered and capacious line of his jackets and slim trousers. Not intentionally, they pretty gave a bit of Lydia Tar vibe, coincidentally it was set and filmed in Berlin.

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The very little to spare, rigid architecture of the Neue Nationalgalerie backdrop for the runway. The collection was related to modernist grandeur, His jacket on prodigious shoulders stapled on slender, high waisted pants smothered the hips of the models.

The founder of Yves Saint Laurent renownly dressed women in pantsuit or other muscular wardrobe. He believes that feeling good in the garment and of owning it, It was putting a woman's power on men.

On the backstage of the show, Vaccarello revealed that he chose Berlin because he loves that city and he used to hang around there a lot when he was young.

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This fashion show has to be the most diverse and significant to the Yves Saint Laurent because men wore outfits that were feminine to the fashion, Mostly we have seen women wearing musculine outfits in the Ysl but this time it was very different to the other runways.

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