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Anthony Vaccarello’s after-dark ensembles await you with seductive hemlines and sultry silhouettes that’ll ensure all eyes are on you.


All eyes were on Anthony Vaccarello this season, and the highly anticipated collection didn’t disappoint. FW16 sees Vaccarello exploring corsetry for a vintage twist on the brand’s signature sexy style. The hips of the skirts were emphasised with laces crisscrossing between tough-luxe metal eyelets to create an alluring look with enduring rocker-chic appeal. The label shows off its softer side with colourfully embroidered floral sweaters that temper the urban separates. We’re lusting after the glossy patent black trousers for that rebelliously cool look the high-shine pair have after dark.


Belgian-born but of Italian origin, Anthony Vaccarello graduated in 2006 from the École de la Cambre, Brussels and was quickly noticed by Karl Lagerfeld.  Vaccarello subsequently joined the Fendi design team in Rome, where he worked mainly with skins and furs for two years. In 2008 Anthony Vacarello launched his first ready-to-wear collection, made up of five leather and organza mini dresses that would set his now unmistakeable tone of sensuality, flattering the female form for seasons to come. In January 2016 Anthony Vacarello joined Saint Laurent, where he will hold the position of creative director, alongside running his own namesake label. 


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