Hey gorgeous! Yves Saint Laurent Spring Summer 2016 Pre-collection is called Surf Sound and I found it colorful and interesting! Let’s take a look at our favorite products from that and see the trends! 🙂
Here’s the Surf Sound collection as seen on the runway:
And here’s an image from the campaign:
With a colorful palette and trendy, chic patterns, Saint Laurent seems to be targeting a specifically younger audience. Interesting patterns mark this collection, like palm trees and a spider-web here:
We loved the colorful skate-board with the word ‘Baby’ on it!
Other than text, we are seeing a lot of small flower print on black, lots of fringes and some palm tree prints and random paint strokes in this collection. And here are some of our favorite items from this collection (also giving links to the product listing on YSL website for you):
You can find the complete collection at ysl.com and lemme know which item you liked the best below! Me, I loved the fringe bags, fringe flat sandal, and that weird “Fair Isle” poncho the most (because it’s sort of statement-ey)!
So, did you like the collection? Hate it? Lemme know! Comment below! 🙂
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