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They looked the same and I wanted to do everything to be like them, and not hide myself in baggy clothes to avoid negative comments. Slimane has also been regarded as a purveyor of gender fluidity in his designs.
The move would have a profound impact on the designer, who, upon taking the reins at Saint Laurent, would go on to move the French house far from its Parisian ateliers to the sunny SoCal city.
The collection balances menswear inclusions like button-up shirts and trousers with classic feminine options for warmer weather, including a few summer-appropriate dresses. Now, step up your Instagram feed by reading up on 10 must-follow females in the fashion industry.
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In typical DIY style for the brand, its latest lookbook has been produced as a punk-style fanzine, Xeroxed in simple black and white on sheets of stapled A4 paper. It was a time when the overwhelming scent of teen spirit or was it cologne? In the pro-individuality age where popular culture moves along at lightening speed, matching moose-logoed polos and khakis have been relegated to relics of the past.
But that was only one life cycle in the saga of a year-old retailer that began as a luxury sporting outfitter dealing in everything from shotguns to fishing boats and outdoor apparel. In fact, I felt like it was another level of challenge and I felt uncomfortable. Normally when that happens it engages you even more. The biggest difference is that this is an opportunity to rebuild and evolve an iconic American brand.
The challenges that come along with that are pretty specific. How do we move this thing forward while taking our old customers along for the ride and capturing new ones?
Coming in, we were thinking, how do we make this the most iconic casual American luxury brand? It comes down to how we evolve the product.
We obsess over the brand, obsess over every detail; every raw material, every fabric, finish, fit, trim and wash. If we love the product that goes into the store, then the brand will evolve naturally over time.
How did you use history in the new collection? We have to take history and pit some of these aspects against each other, distill what comes out, mush it together and then funnel that through the current lens. It adds integrity to the product. It needs to feel honest, the product needs to feel as though it has integrity. The whole process has been organic. The question is always, does this feel right?
We came in and started working through ideas; putting color on the board, putting print and pattern on the board, putting silhouettes on the board. We really started building out what we wanted the collection to feel like until it was right and instinctual. Consideration for who your customer is, first of all.
I do have a point of view on how I like to approach things personally.