It’s no secret that Saint Laurent Rive Droite does loads of collaborations with corporations like Nanoblock and Memphis Milano. Now, the Paris model is collaborating with photographer Jeanloup Sieff to host an exhibition in Saint Laurent Droite shops.
Whereas Sieff died in Paris in 2000, his images are a legend from his black and white vogue photographs to his portraits of landscapes, politicians, and well-known artists. His fashion was sensual, and trendy as he was impressed by 1950’s period filmmakers. A good friend to Maison Yves Saint Laurent, Sieff did a nude portrait of the couturier in 1971. Based on notes from the home, the photographs Sieff took, “transcend the historical past of the home and has change into emblematic of latest tradition past fashions and eras.”
Saint Laurent’s artistic Anthony Vaccarello chooses collaborations fastidiously. It’s Sieff’s nudes and imaginative and prescient of ladies in lingerie, seen because the poetry of infinity and magic areas, in addition to nature that impressed Vaccarello to do the exhibition.
The Saint Laurent Rive Droite line is artistic and cultural nod that was birthed by Vaccarello. And positioned at 213 Rue Saint Honoré in Paris, and at 469 Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles. Its attention-grabbing identify “Rive Droite” was impressed by the home’s rive gauche line that modified vogue within the Sixties by democratizing it.
The Rive Droite line is an “change, and life-style, showcasing a variety of merchandise together with unique items, restricted editions, library, classic, music, images mixed with artwork, performances, exhibitions, occasions, and cultural exchanges,” states the home.
A number of Sieff’s images will likely be on show from November 4 to December 7 in Saint Laurent Rive Droite shops in Paris and Los Angeles.