Yves Saint Laurent Brings Couture Back

This time, it comes with an actual house.

Rue De L’Université

Rue De L’Université

Good news for all haute couture fans out there: Saint Laurent is reviving their couture wing for the first time since 2002. The announcement comes with the opening of the brand’s new house, in which Heidi Slimane spent the last 3 years having a beautiful 17th-century mansion—named Hôtel de Sénecterre —restored and redecorated. Spread across three floors, the space will be divided into three categories: Salon Couture, Atelier Flou (for dressmaking) and Atelier Tailleur (for tailoring). However, this doesn’t mean you can get your first Saint Laurent couture piece yet, unless you’re “friends of the house”, a spokesperson informed via a statement. Regardless whether you can be part of the exclusivity or not, have a look at the stunning pictures from the campaign:

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Rue De L’Université

Saint Laurent girl Flo in a fully hand-embroidered couture platinum evening gown

Saint Laurent girl Flo in a fully hand-embroidered couture platinum evening gown

"Les Salons d’Essayage de la Maison de Couture"

“Les Salons d’Essayage de la Maison de Couture”

Saint Laurent girl Flo in "Le Smoking"

Saint Laurent girl Flo in “Le Smoking”

Flo and Helena at the Louix XV table with "grand statuaire" marble top

Flo and Helena at the Louix XV table with “grand statuaire” marble top

"Le Salon d’Honneur"

“Le Salon d’Honneur”

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