FW 2004 Yves Saint Laurent Runway Pagoda Jacket


Condition: Pristine
Price: € 1500


Who could ever forget Tom Ford's final show for Yves Saint Laurent, his exquisite YSL Rive Gauche Chinoiserie collection, back in 2004. This breathtaking green Asian inspired jacket was one of the absolute stars of that final Rive Gauche runway show. This Tom Ford masterpiece is absolutely stunning and a must-have for any Ford lover or collector.

  • Yves Saint Laurent by Tom Ford
  • Teal green 
  • Button fastenings through single-breasted front
  • Stand-up collar
  • Long sleeves
  • Pagoda shoulders with padding
  • No pockets
  • Slit at the sides
  • Peplum waistline
  • Fully lined with green silk
  • Dry clean only
  • The size on label is 38 (French sizing), fits true to size
  • This item has been professionally cleaned, pressed and is odor free. Thoroughly checked over before shipping, it will be ready to wear upon arrival. 
  • This item has been authenticated by our in-house trained professionals. Yves Saint Laurent does not endorse or participate in the La Doyenne Vintage's authentication process. 
  • Yves Saint Laurent is a registered trademark of Saint Laurent. La Doyenne Vintage is neither partnered nor affiliated with Saint Laurent. 
  • Photos are of the actual item in our possession.
  • Reference photos: Yves Saint Laurent Fall 2004 Ready-To-Wear fashion show, Look 3 (Julia Stegner) and Look 4 (Model: Adina Fohlin).
  • Reference photo: Yves Saint Laurent fall/winter 2004-05 jacket and skirt on display at 'China: Through the Looking Glass' exhibition at the Temple of Dendur at Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 4, 2015 in New York City. Photo by Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images. 
  • Reference photo: 2004 Advertising campaign, model Gemma Ward.
Reference
302-190
Designer
Yves Saint Laurent
Status
Available
Price
€ 1500
Year
Fall 2004 Ready-to-Wear
Material
97% Cotton - 3% Elastane
Origin
Made in France
Size
US6-UK10-IT42-FR38-NL36

Yves Saint Laurent

Algerian-born Yves Saint Laurent and business partner/ex-lover Pierre Bergé started the brand in 1962, after Saint Laurent was laid off from his top rank at Dior following his stint in the French Army. Going solo, it turned out, galvanized YSL’s creative output and career. The designer is credited with a great many things: the women’s tuxedo (and Le Smoking), the trench coat and peacoat as high fashion, safari-chic, the shirt dress, the iconic Mondrian dress (and the subsequent graphic print craze), “ethnic-inspired” and beatnik gear, and numerous other sartorial coups that have penetrated our collective style-unconscious. Saint Laurent was also was the first couturier to market and cultivate his prêt-a-porter line Rive Gauche, and he was among the first to feature black models.

In 1993, the house was sold to pharmaceuticals company Sanofi for over $600 million before the Gucci Group acquired the brand. Yves stayed aboard, designing the couture collection until his retirement in 2002, which marked the shuttering of that arm of the business. Rive Gauche was designed by Lanvin’s Alber Elbaz for three seasons starting in 1998, and then by Creative Director Tom Ford, who brought the brand back into the spotlight with heightened sex appeal and provocative marketing, somewhat to the dismay of Saint Laurent, who was not particularly fond of Ford’s aesthetic. After Tom Ford’s departure in 2004, Stefano Pilati, whose style was more in line with that of the late Monsieur Saint Laurent, was named creative director. In February 2012 it was announced that Hedi Slimane would replace Pilati. After his appoitment Slimane made the decision to rebrand Yes Saint Laurent, renaming the ready-to-wear line to Saint Laurent Paris.

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