Yves Saint Laurent started out working with Christian Dior way back in the 1950's at the tender age of 19. He opened his own fashion house in January of 1962 after a short stint in the military.
Caroline Renolds Milbank wrote in 1985 wrote in her book Couture, that Yves Saint Laurent was "The most consistently celebrated and influential designer of the past twenty-five years...."
I love when we get in vintage pieces that are in fabulous condition. It is not something that you see everyday. We have here an elegant deep pink blouse in silk satin with elastic at the wrist in French size 40 which is about an American size 8. The trick with a vintage piece can be how to make it appear contemporary and hip. It does not always work to wear head to toe retro but when you mix the old with the new you can have something quite splendid.
We have here some white skinny denim jeans by DL 1961 along with a Tory Burch handbag in lavender pink and orange snake with Chanel sunglasses.
You can wear this blouse tucked in, tied at the waist, or left hanging straight down over skinny jeans or leggings. No matter how you style this little beauty it is going to get you some compliments that will make you smile.