What fabrics did Yves Saint Laurent use?

What fabrics did Yves Saint Laurent use?

What fabrics did Yves Saint Laurent use?

The exhibition also invites us to discover different materials and manufacturing techniques such as crepe, muslin, taffeta, velvet, and Cigaline (photo), a synthetic fabric conceived by Bucol as fine, light and delicate as a cicada’s wings, which Saint-Laurent used in his first nus-habillés (nude-dressed) garments.

Does Yves Saint Laurent make clothes?

Founded in 1962, today Saint Laurent markets a range of women’s and men’s ready-to-wear products, leather goods, shoes and jewellery.

How do I contact YSL?

For YSL beauty related inquiries, please contact YSL beauty customer service at +1 (866) 725-6791.

Why did YSL change to Saint Laurent?

The changes are being positioned by YSL as “restoring the house to its truth, purity and essence – and taking it into a new era” while “respecting the original principles and ideals,” according to the trade. The new branding is expected to be introduced by the time Slimane’s spring 2013 collections hit stores.

What is special about Yves Saint Laurent?

Yves Saint Laurent, in full Yves Henri Donat Mathieu-Saint Laurent, (born August 1, 1936, Oran, Algeria—died June 1, 2008, Paris, France), French fashion designer noted for his popularization of women’s trousers for all occasions.

How do I find my YSL serial number?

The YSL bags have 12 digits separated by a dot. In new models you can find 3 letters and then 10 digits also separated by a dot. Talking about the date code, the first 2 digits are the month of production and the last 2 digits are the year of production.

How can you tell a real YSL bag?

To authenticate a Yves Saint Laurent College bag start by checking the overall look carefully; observe the quilting, shapes, and measurements. Then check the logo as it might tell you a lot about the authenticity of your bag. Observe the flap and lock followed by the magnetic closure.

Is there a difference between Saint Laurent and Yves Saint Laurent?

Here’s the brand’s official position, via Business of Fashion: “The House is referred to as ‘Yves Saint Laurent. ‘ The ready-to-wear collection by Hedi Slimane is correctly referred to as ‘Saint Laurent’. (‘Saint Laurent Paris’ is used in the logo but not when spoken/written about the collection).