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Anthony Vaccarello was named as the new Yves Saint Laurent creative director back in April, succeeding Hedi Slimane. Vacarello's first collection will debut in October for S/S'17. He was perviously creative direction at Versus Versace, so YSL are in safe hands.


He has described his new collection as sexy, stating 'it's always black, it's always sexy'. 

Well, sexy is definitely the word for it. Instagram teasers released this week show 15, previously unknown, models nude. With snapshots of the model's collarbones, torsos and faces the teasers aren't giving much away. A fashion campaign without any fashion as of yet? Vacarello knows how to build suspense...

The Instagram for YSL has also been wiped clean, boldly showing that the house will go in a fresh new direction- one without Slimane. 

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In January, there were rumours that Hedi Slimane, creative director of YSL would be leaving the fashion house. The brand denied this but last week it'd transpired that Slimane's contract had expired and he had indeed left his role. Today, Anthony Vaccarello of Versus Versace takes the helm!

President and CEO of YSL Francesca Belletini said in a statement of Anthony: "His modern, pure aesthetic is the perfect fit for the maison. Anthony Vaccarello impeccably balances elements of provocative femininity and sharp masculinity in his silhouettes. 

"He is the natural choice to express the essence of Yves Saint Laurent. I am enthusiastic about embarking on a new era with Anthony Vaccarello, and together bringing the maison further success."

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Rumours that Saint Laurent creative director Hedi Slimane would be leaving the fashion house surfaced earlier this year but were denied by holding company Kering. Today however, a statement from Kering's Chariman and CEO Francois-Henri Pinault claims otherwise.

"What Yves Saint Laurent has achieved over the past four years represents a unique history of the house," Pinault said. "I am very grateful to Hedi Slimane, and the whole Yves Saint Laurent team, for having set the path that the house has successfully embraced, and which will grant longevity to this legendary brand."

"I would like to thank Hedi Slimane very much for his vision in reforming such an iconic House such as Yves Saint Laurent. The direction that has been taken over the last four years represents an incredible foundation for the Brand to build on for its continuous success."

Slimane's successor has been widely rumoured to be none other than Versus Versace creative director Anthony Vaccarello. WWD reports news of his appointment could come as early as May so that he will take the helm for the SS17 collection which shows in October.

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With just 3 days to go until London Fashion Week SS16, we're well and truly on the countdown now!


After a collective 'WTF' when the British Fashion Council announced LFW would decamp from Somerset House to The Soho Car Park, will they be able to pull off the transition in time? Well, here's more on the venue and other things to expect from this season...
 
1. It's ALL Change: New venue, new principle sponsor, this year will certainly be different! Gone is the grandeur of Somerset House, as LFW up sticks to a car park in Soho to make the shows more centralised. Also gone is Vodafone to be replaced by Sunglass Hut.  We've heard whispers that the design man between Alexander McQueen and Jimmy Choo has been hired to oversee the construction of the catwalk space and rumour has it... its incredible. 

2. Venus joins LFW line-up: We did a little fist pump when this news was announced on Friday! It marks the first show for Creative Director Anthony Vaccarello since he joined the brand in January. We literally cannot wait! 

3. Nine NEWGEN recipients will show at LFW: Ashley Williams, Faustine Steinmetz and 1205 are amongst those lucky designers getting catwalk or presentation sponsorship from Topshop.  

4. Mulberry 2.0?: Hill & Friends join the line-up this year and we're more than just a little bit excited to see what Emma Hill (former CD of Mulberry and responsible for the Alexa FYI) will present!  

5. Minnie Mouse will be on display: First revealed back in April, Georgia May Jagger has been styled like the iconic mouse in pictures that will go on display at LFW to celebrate the Disney character. 

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