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While Anthony Vaccarello might be best famous for his eponymous line, a Italian-Belgian engineer has strictly announced that he is suspending his label. According to Women’s Wear Daily, a 36-year-old pattern talent will be directing his concentration to his collection for Saint Laurent.
As a artistic executive of a French conform house, Vaccarello was allocated to his position in early April. He took over from French engineer Hedi Slimane, who had led Saint Laurent from 2012. With Fashion Month approaching, Vaccarello is set to uncover his entrance Saint Laurent collection on Sep 27 during Paris Fashion Week.
WWD reports that Vaccarello released a statement, in that he described his thankfulness to those who have upheld his conform label. Launched in 2008, Anthony Vaccarello designs have turn famous for their grunge desirous aesthetic, signature black pieces and a darkly voluptuous style.
“This journey has been extraordinary though we now feel a need to entirely concentration on this new project,” a engineer pronounced in his statement.
Although fans of Vaccarello’s possess tag might be left disappointed, fashionistas can always locate his heading pattern cultured on a Saint Laurent Spring/Summer 2017 runway this autumn.