The collection’s glitter dresses, seductive silhouettes, feather details, and knee-high boots seamlessly foretold Vaccarello’s vision, promoting that Parisian charm the Maison is fêted for.

There’s something remarkably ineffable about having an outdoor runway set in Paris with its most iconic structure standing mightily in the background – and Saint Laurent took advantage of that to present a collection synonymous with the Eiffel Tower’s glory.

“I want to tell the story of Saint Laurent, of Paris – nothing more deeply than that,” creative director Anthony Vaccarello said backstage after the show.

The collection’s glitter dresses, seductive silhouettes, feather details, and knee-high boots seamlessly foretold Vaccarello’s vision, promoting that Parisian charm the Maison is fêted for.

Amidst the exaggerated bubble designs, low-cut tops, and endless boots, one thing that stood out was the micro shorts baring legs for days. Kaia Gerber had her moment in this respect, showing off the flawless pins she got from her mama, ‘90s original supermodel Cindy Crawford.

Menswear was no less glamourous, featuring sparkly suits and colourful jackets paired with skinny pants and studded oxfords.

The overall impression: An uber-chic, bold and provocative collection reflecting Parisian savoir-faire for today’s generation.

See the collection below (swipe left for more photos).

Images: Courtesy of Saint Laurent