#YSL #StyleEvolution. Since he started his own house in 1962, Yves Saint Laurent been a forced to be reckoned with, but after watching a documentary done on him in 1992 I learned so much about this quiet visionary. He was so quiet and had a lot of anxiety. Every runway show there was, there was always the possibility that his partner Pierre Berge would take the final bow instead of Yves himself. But he always turned out, out of the love for the women he designed for. He built his house of fashion on a house of love, he said in the documentary. Since his passing in 2008, the label YSL has seen some ups and downs, mostly downs. Stefano Pilati took the label from being washed out to being in to being washed out again. Now, Hedi Slimane has taken it back to the roots of Yves but with a hippie chic edge—almost witchy hippie. The pussy bows, wide brimmed hats, tassels, versions of the Le Smoking and ornate details on jackets would make Yves proud I believe. #LongLiveTheKing of Fashion.