Saint Laurent Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign

One of the top luxurious brands, Yves Saint Laurent never stops amazing us both with the creative garment suggestions and by the cutie pies, most of whom have a tendency to be newly emerging and still not that popular. This experiment proves to be uber successful once more, as we see the brand new Saint Laurent spring/summer 2014 campaign, which, instead of super popular bombshells like Cara Delevingne, features absolutely new names being Natalie Westling and Nastya Sten. This glamorous brand has had such flabbergasting beauties presenting its pieces like Cara Delevingne, Freja Beha Erichsen, Sky Ferreira, Saskia de Brauw, Julia Nobis, and Anja Rubik. However, this time the fabulous Saint Laurent spring 2014 campaign images are no less impressive and enviable than the ones we have seen before.

Saint Laurent Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign
Giles and Louis Vuitton were among those fashion giants already having collaborated with Natalie Sten Westling. As for Nastya, her portfolio includes such names as McQueen, Calvin Klein, Armani, Celine, Jil Sander, and Carven. Heidi Slimane is the creator of these impressive photos, presenting all the unique and mysterious sides of the garments introduced this time.
As it generally is with Saint Laurent pieces, the main thematic concentration of the garments goes around the most luxurious shapes and designs possible. Instead of opting for some cute and sweet details, Saint Laurent designers this time as well, gave their preference to the most striking and glam elements, including animal print hints, glowy shapes, and ultra-fabulous drapings. Thus, one of the most stunning pieces of the Saint Laurent spring/summer 2014 collection is the long-sleeved minidress, having a deep V-neck achieved with super sophisticated draping.

Saint Laurent Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign
Another dress option has a very effective design of the back part for the accents, having the specific draped details, too. Talking about animal prints, we can also note the miniskirts, which are no less significant. Coming to more classic business looks, the suit and shirt pair catches our attention immediately. Thus, another experiment by Yves Saint Laurent has proved to be absolutely successful, being a very suitable source for having flabbergasting looks.

Photos courtesy of Yves Saint Laurent

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