Saint Laurent Spring 2015 Menswear Collection

Posted on June 30, 2014

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  • Coleen

    Somewhere on the island of Maui, Steven Tyler is looking through his closet and wondering where the Hell all his clothes went.

    • BayTampaBay

      This collection would work on Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ron Wood or Steven Tyler only.

      • Sarah

        Y’know, I’d take these looks over the Slim Hipster Uniform about any day. Switch all the hordes of skinny-panted tattooed beardos in ironic t-shirts to Fancy Cowboys and I’d be both entertained and delighted.

        • Truth! At least it’s visually interesting. I have spent years trying to convince my rangy brother that he will get more female attention dressing like Mick Jagger than wearing clothing that is too-big and makes him look frail by comparison. It took me bullying him into trying on some slim, stylish jeans (and getting an immediate compliment from a random passing girl) before I finally gained some traction.

          • Sarah

            Well, good on you for sticking with it! My brother always knew he looked great in fitting jeans, which was good for him, but extremely squicky for me when my girlfriends would come over and compliment me on my relative’s package and/or rear end. Gawd, that’s my BROTHER y’all. Keep your lusty thoughts to yourSELF.

          • Maybe it’s for the best that neither of my brothers are fashion-conscious…

        • Lily

          Thank you. Totally over the “look, I’m a man, I can grow facial squirrels” trend. Time for a mass shave-off.

          • Sarah

            You’re welcome. I actually live with a man who is possessed of an Epic Beard, but he has had it since the *gasp* 80s, and has never entered it in a competition, featured it on a phone cover, or twisted his mustaches into novelty shapes.

      • Ms. L

        I thought the theme of this collection was “Johnny Depp’s bad decisions, past, present, and future”, but I suppose it’s basically the same thing.

        • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

          Where are the windchimes? 🙂

      • joything

        Yes, I was scrolling and thinking, “Mick, Keith and Jimi, the Heroin Years.”

      • Aurumgirl

        And only 40 years ago.

      • Anplica Fiore

        Don’t forget our favorite Elderly Gay Windchime, Johnny Depp!

    • The world really needed a whole line of clothes for heroin addicted rock and rollers. And now we have one.

      • Coleen

        Someone get Pete Doherty on the phone!

      • conniemd

        Rather than looking at them as rock and rollers, I thought a whole lot
        of them looked like women. If they weren’t in a men’s collection, I’d
        have though they were wearing an interesting androgynous outfit. They remind me of Arya on Game of Thrones.

        • Mousentrude

          Indeed. I’m female and I would wear most of this with delight.

          • Aurumgirl

            I would too, if I were the very skinny, very tall, very wrinkle-free kinda gal I was. Like, almost 40 years ago.

        • Coleen

          You know who would rock the shit out of this? Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne.

          • FuhUgh

            This is just a new version of “heroin chic,” so why not Kate Moss indeed?

    • Bam Coleen! You nailed it.

  • PastryGoddess

    Rhinestone cowboy drag

  • RussellH88

    Famed Cowboy Mick Jagger and Renegade Matador Jack White go on a trek across the American wilderness, fighting bandits along the way. With a special appearance by Jimi Hendrix!

    • Sarah

      Shoulda read ur comment first. If two (and more, no doubt) people think “Cowboy Mick Jagger” about your collection, then you must have meant it, I’m thinkin.

    • decormaven

      “All Along the Watchtower” is the working title of that film. I’m getting a Jack Bruce/Eric Clapton/Ginger Baker Disraeli Gears vibe.

      • Sarah

        The Band!

    • Glam Dixie

      It all reads very The Good, The Bad and The Ugly to me. Clint Eastwood wants his look back.

  • Nancer

    For a few dollars more…..

  • MilaXX

    SL’s ode to the 60’s

  • Sarah

    Daaang, those models are takin’ androgyny to a Whole Otha Level. Except for the afghan, I like this stuff. It’s like Cowboy Mick Jagger.

    • Grumpy Girl

      Right down to the nails.

    • conniemd

      I found it difficult looking at the clothes since so many of the models looked like they could have been women. If I’d seen them walking down the street I would have no idea.

      • Sarah

        That fella in the first/last pic is really looking like Kiera Knightly. But he looks great in that outfit, I can’t deny.

        • schadenfreudelicious

          Agreed, I see a young Holy Hunter in model number 2

          • Sarah

            I adore his velvety fireworks jacket. I would cut a bitch for it.

      • Mrs. Julien

        I, too, was hoping for a little more testosterone in men’s Fashion Week.

    • KinoEye

      I love the androgyny. I think that was a smart way to go with this collection, since the clothes definitely pay homage to a time of more flamboyant/androgynous style for men. And all of those models have such interesting faces.

      • Sarah

        Yes, very cool. You’re absolutely right about the time period. I totally agree, lest there be any doubt.

        • KinoEye

          No doubt! The brain’s just spitting out random thoughts, as it is wont to do 🙂

        • evave2

          This is I think the first collection in which the male models looked attractive and were PRESENTED to BE attractive
          That ’50s prep-school last week (Louis Vuitton?) was just icky.

          Also I liked the shoes!

      • barbarienne

        And all of those models have such interesting faces.

        –>Yes! I was like, “Hey, not a bunch of Cheekbones and Jaws!” Not that I mind looking at ruggedly sharp-featured men, but having variety is way cooler. Not all of those guys are pretty (some are downright homely), but all of them are interesting to look at, and that’s much more attractive to me.

        I could wish for a bit more variety in body types, but there’s a point where I guess a designer wants a particular look, and “three flavors of lanky” was it for this collection.

        I could see regular guys wearing this. Young, slender guys mostly; but still, much of the collection, suitably toned down, wouldn’t look strange walking around a city.

      • demidaemon

        I don’t know. I feel like the models are distracting from the clothes (I know, right?), and this fact is a major check against the collection and designer as a whole.

  • Kimmu

    This entire collection is for Jack White and I love it

    • Kitten Mittons

      In that context, I love it. Totally for him.

      • Sarah

        And Chris Robinson.

        • TinyDynamo

          This is TOTALLY Chris Robinson! Oh man, he could wear this all & look 100% natural. Good call!

          • Sarah

            I am an avid supporter of men who like to dress in a throwback piratey/cowboy/nineteenth century way.

          • Kitten Mittons

            As you should be.

          • Sarah

            Word. I’m marrying one 🙂

          • Kimmu

            I feel like the world would be a happier place if more of us daily dressed like pirate cowboys.

  • Dino Bonačić

    That 70’s Show & Fez are looking for their wardrobe! :3

    PS. It looks like a Zara womenswear collection from 2 years ago.

  • Tanya Wade

    Mick Jagger night at the seraglio?

    • Shawn EH

      Lonesome cowboys.

  • Mrs. Julien

    God damn, do I love me some gold braid.

  • nannypoo

    All of these menswear collections have been ridiculous. I’m starting to feel sorry for all of the men out there who will be wearing this stuff. Oh, but wait … no one in his right mind would wear any of it.

    • Mrs. Julien

      You’re right, they shouldn’t, but could someone arrange for a man roughly my size and a lot of money to buy all the jackets with the braid so I can wrestle him to the ground and make of with them?

  • Danielle

    The blanket from Roseanne’s couch makes an appearance!

    • Daxx2513

      We had those things all over our house growing up. The favorite gifts from the aunties and grandmas.

    • Mrs. Julien

      Crochet is so hot right now!

    • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

      I thought that was the blanket my Aunt Marge made for me.

    • Fanny_Trollope

      Nothing says “spring” like woolen scarves, ponchos, and crocheted afghans. And also skimpy vests and jewelry over bare chests. ​Olé​!

      • DuBey2

        At 1st, I thought you wrote skimpy *chests*, because I saw 1 or 2 of those, too.

  • You have been served – a large helping of Elderly Gay Windchime.. 🙂

  • NMMagpie

    They should have this collection in Santa Fe during Spanish Market. TOTAL sell out.

    That first brown suede jacket is pretty dang awesome.

  • FibonacciSequins

    Why is Saint Laurent sending a model down the runway with one of my aunt’s crocheted blankets.

    • Sarah

      Yep, that one doesn’t work for me either, unless he’s home sick from school and eating Saltines while he watches Maury.

      • BLauDGaspode

        Took my comment. Except The Price is Right was my sick day viewing of choice.

        • decormaven

          Or Let’s Make A Deal.

        • Sarah

          Yes, I agree. I think I conflated my adult sick days with my childhood ones. There was no Maury in the 70s/80s, and I distinctly recall watching game shows and Gilligan’s Island.

  • Denise Rambo

    Why do all of the menswear collections look like costumes? Oh … and that next to last photo … my local thrift store has a bunch of grandma afghans on the rack that look exactly like that.

    • Jessica Freeman

      My thoughts exactly about the afghans. And all less than $5 a piece.

  • TerryMarie

    Costumes for a Western set in the 60s?

  • Gatto Nero

    Why do so many spring mens wear collections look so autumnal? I don’t mind the dark colors (like them in fact), but the fabric choices confuse me.
    I’m a sucker for embroidery, but those ponchos can go.

  • smayper

    There’s a 60s thing for sure…but I see the 80s too! When I was in college, SO many guys sported those Peruvian jacket-thingies like the one in #10, and others went for the full poncho. But only if they lived in the Environmental House.

  • sienna elm

    Very 70s glam rock, Keith, Mick, Steve Tyler, Chris Robinson, and Jack White – indeed!

  • Early Rolling Stones glam or “Please, Jared Leto, wear this grandma blanket!”

  • Innuendo

    I haven’t watched Young Guns in a while.

  • Lilah

    It borders on costumey the way it is presented, but I like most of it.

  • Gatto Nero

    Some of this is a little too literally pampas cowboy.
    For a more successful treatment of the boho, louche rockstar vibe, see Haider Ackermann’s collection. Gorgeous fabrics, sophisticated pattern mixing, very Romantic/Byronic.

  • Bad Idea Jeans

    Beck, Jack White, Jimi Hendrix, Jarvis Cocker.

    • There’s a young Bob Dylan in there too.

      • kimmeister

        Yes! That’s totally who I got. Also Lenny Kravitz.

        • Kayceed

          I saw Jim Morrison.

  • BobStPaul

    Sort of a cross between the sixties and mariachi with a dash of western but overall I really like it. It’s certainly one of the better collections we’ve seen here and one can easily envision quite a few pieces being seen on the street.

  • Grumpy Girl

    They look really, really young. Like, bringing out my maternal concerns, more than thinking of these items as clothes for men. Is this the teen collection?

  • KateShouldBeWorking

    Teenage Me would have been all over these models. One more entry into the What the Hell was I Thinking? Ledger.

  • Glam Dixie

    Love the boots, especially the snakeskin ones.

  • Sonja

    Was this collection presented in the Canadian wilderness? Because that’s a lot of moose knuckle.

  • MoHub

    So now we have gauchos to go with everyone else’s matadors?

  • Frank_821

    a big meh. I am exhausted with the men’s collections this season. Clothes i am non-plus about. The models are too skinny and too baby faced. Many of them are wrong for the clothes

    there’s one model that reminds me of Ronald Weasley.

    • FibonacciSequins

      I thought of Ron Weasley too.

  • God, someone is cleaning out closets from the ’60’s and must be going through the paper records as well. I swear I thought I spotted Rudolph Nureyev and Mick Jagger….

  • Heather

    Looks like somebody is making clothes exclusively for Jack White.

  • Thomas

    As everyone else has already said, Mick Jagger has found his collection. I kind of want the cowhide coat though because I’m a sucker for anything cowhide whether it’s clothing, furniture, throw pillows, you name it. It’s like the less tacky version of leopard print.

  • SewingSiren

    Great for rock stars in 1969. But what for the lads of today?

  • marlie

    I give up. I can only hope that the next season of menswear isn’t full of this much assery.

    Edited: typo/Freudian slip

    • kimmeister

      Now I’m so curious as to what your Freudian slip was!

      • marlie

        I just said “is full of this much assery.” Not a bad one. 🙂

  • Dreamwr8tr

    Adam Levine’s Thrift Shop Sale. Ponchos donated by Johnny Depp. Help clothe starving lead singers in need!

  • Jessica Freeman

    I was slightly on board with the first picture, but it was basically all downhill after the 2 or 3 after that.

  • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

    The model in the first picture is making me think of Austin Scarlett for some reason…

    • Gatto Nero

      Those epic cheekbones?

  • LibKat

    Why am I imagining Johnny Depp and Jared Leto mud wrestling over this collection? Bad mind, bad!

    • Imasewsure

      Meanwhile Jack White is having it quietly shipped to his house while these two flail around in the mud….

  • Scimommy

    I am not digging their choice of models. Did they specifically seek out young men fitting the “teenage heroin addict” type?

  • KinoEye

    I kinda love this, but we need to keep those accessories away from Johnny Depp. He will wear them all at once. Not to mention those excellent hats, which will surely end up with holes in them if they ever find their way into his hands. In addition to Jagger, Tyler, and the others people have mentioned, I also see a bit of Clint Eastwood during the Sergio Leone years.

    Seriously though, what the hell is with all the matador/Spanish-inspired jackets for Spring 2015?

    • Kayceed

      I am kind of cracking up at all these macho-esque clothes on these wan lads…

    • Imasewsure

      Eastwood is the only man ever to truly rock the poncho

  • ballerinawithagun

    I know it’s only rock ‘n roll but I like it. Nothing new, Bowie, Hendrix, Tyler, they’ve all done it and we can find it at the thrift store. But I still like it.

  • SophieCollier

    I rather like this collection! Love the Led Zeppelin influences, the Clint Eastwood vibe and all that hippy-dippy styling.

  • Snailstsichr

    I would go see the movie these clothes were designed for.

  • AC Simons

    Lots of Zoolander here. Plus the 60s. Fashion forward? Not so much.

  • rh33

    Add Stevie Ray Vaughn and Billy Jack.

  • belfebe

    Awesome 70’s rock star collection. Love it.

  • Emaciated. Cowboy. Vampires.

  • luludexter

    first thought re first image : why is Keira Knightley walking in a St. Laurent menswear show?

  • With all the reference to this period, the 60’s, Morrison, Hendricks, etc … it’s just contrived and costumey! Peacock Hippies….

  • Patrick Cleary

    I want to know where I can sell my Nana’s crocheted quilts at St. Laurent’s prices, because that’s exactly what the second-to-last look is.

  • Wink

    Sometimes you just have to accept that every thing is not for every person. This is one of those times.

  • Kris

    Holy crap. No healthy models here. Even their hands look hungry! I was too distracted by the gauntness to notice much about the clothes.

  • Mona_Visa

    Love. I am now the supreme ruler of the universe and I command everyone to dress like this.

  • MarissaLG

    I’m finding the models very distracting. Also, I feel like the whole point of this aesthetic is to honor the creativity of the person who put the look together- being able to make something chic and rock n’ roll from items found in a thrift store, or your grandmother’s attic. When you know it all cost thousands and thousands of dollars, it loses its effect and to me, looks foolish.

    • demidaemon

      Me too. The models are too distracting, and not in a good way.

  • MaggieMae

    I thought the first pic was a woman (is it?). And then, because I wasn’t reading carefully, I was super excited to see the what kinds of lux jackets and hats Saint Laurent did for this women’s collection. Oops. I got that all wrong.

    Next reaction, realizing it’s a mens collection, was viscerally negative. Too literal. Bringing up thoughts of dirty hippies on heroin.

    • Derek_anny

      I knew it was men’s, and therefore I thought it was Austin Scarlett.

  • Someone feed those boys before the weight of all those vests, serapes, ponchos, hats, and belt buckles fells one of them.

  • suzq

    I thought the Afghan revolution involved throwing off the yoke of the Taliban. Apparently, it’s just throwing a crocheted afghan over your shoulders. I’m SO disappointed. And I have a Hendricks-Michael Jackson duet swirling around in my head right now.

    • Tami from Seattle

      Since 9/11 they are referred to as Freedom Blankets.

  • Shawn EH

    This guy … I would avoid at parties.

  • Mr. J.

    All these skinny-legged Boys Who Fell to Earth who landed in Spain where they’re smoking hash before staggering onto the Marrakech Express….I tell you, I’m freaking out.

  • Tami from Seattle

    #2 Bay City Rollers, #3 Allman Brothers, #4 Fistful of Dollars, #5 & #8 Jimi Hendrix, #9 Midnight Cowboy, #10 Isadora Duncan in Fistful of Dollars, #20 The Who or The Kinks, #24 Jim Morrison, #25 That guy who stole my great gramma’s afghan.

  • jonnyf8

    OMG this almost makes all those clown suit collections look good. I actually can see some of these clothes working — for a specific kind of Lesbian.

    • save_the_hobbit

      Apparently I’m that lesbian.

      • jonnyf8

        Hahaha. I think I would be too!

  • Tracy_Flick

    I sort of like the Mick Jagger/Gram Parsons vibe. But I can’t help but think the inspiration for this collection is “things you could buy a lot cheaper in Mexico City.”

    • decormaven

      Aww, GP. Hickory wind…

  • It’s too hot to look at ponchos. And an afghan is not clothes.

  • We’ve just seen the stagewear and styling for every indie band with a magazine editorial in the next year. I love it. I’ve got my fingers crossed so hard for a 60s/70s-style come back of flashier styles for men. That pony-hair capelet? The red and silver striped jacket? Hell, I want the beaded velvet bomber for myself.

  • Juliana Forbes

    Just as I was thinking these were straight out of the late 60s/early 70s there was the granny square poncho!

  • Ann VerWiebe

    So, heroin chic is still a thing? Really, do men look at these pictures and decide to starve themselves until there’s a 2″ gap between their thighs? Because, those models look tortured.

  • crash1212

    Bandido Chic.

  • frannyprof

    Jared Leto is the designers’ muse, I presume? Also: GRANNY AFGHAN.

  • Lower L

    I love that movie. Everyone else thinks I’m weird.

    • Samantha Klein

      But in the best way, I’m sure! 😉

  • Diane_G

    …I’m wondering how they were able to get in my house and steal that last blanket folded in my ottoman..

  • Lower L

    What is the deal with the lighting? The white boys look positively lavender. This pushes their look from “thin” to “vitamin deficiency.”

  • demidaemon

    It’s way too 70s, ponchoriffic. And the models are distracting from the clothes, not selling them, which is a major fail.

    • icm

      Clarify distracting.

  • bogill

    where the hell do these people live that they need coat, ponchos and scarves for spring?
    Also, by the time we got to Woodstock…………

  • MsMajestyk

    Stoner rug!

  • uprightcitizen

    Looks like someone rented “High Plains Drifter” and “Midnight Cowboy” on the same weekend.

  • somebody blonde

    I love this collection, but I see myself in the clothes more than a guy- well, maybe not the open-chested looks, but still…

  • sleepycat

    I kinda like it, but then again, I LOVE the runway design.

  • Agent Sculder

    Generally speaking, this collection is pretty much for rock stars only, so I’m not disposed to like it all that much. When your clothes will only really work on very small percentage of the male population, I’m not going to be that impressed with it. That said, through a lot of this stuff on female models, and I’d probably dig it. Some of those jackets would really look great on ladies.

  • Jarethee

    This is the first collection of men’s wear this season I’ve actually liked and that didn’t make me throw up and wouldn’t mind owning several of the pieces. Love.

  • rebeemoon

    I would like the starry jacket in photo number two, please.

  • PS…those cowboy or whatever they are boots, are way of the mark for all that style period

  • lalahartma

    No, not the camel knuckle!!

  • t bell

    Grandma’s afghan made it to a fashion runaway. It’s a toss up between what is worse the Carnaby Street retro clothes or the druggie looking models.

  • YoungSally

    A friend just shared a copy of an old Zine called “Hippie Dick” — wonder if that was the inspiration for this collection.

  • annla

    I would wear a bunch of theses.

  • Martha Anderson

    yikes emaciation is not pretty

  • quiltrx

    DAT HAIR. Seriously, I could spend days with #6’s locks and never get bored.
    But, the clothes…
    Somewhere Clint Eastwood is softly weeping.
    And Chris Robinson, the Rolling Stones, and several male figure skaters are planning to make a mint at their yard sales.

  • boweryboy

    no. this makes me sad. it’s too literal to be a good ’60s/’70s Jimi Hendrix/Steven Tyler homage and not interesting enough to stand on its own. so, are we back to heroin chic?

  • MightyMarshal

    It’s like back when BRATZ were big and they had boyfriends that also had giant removable feet. All joking aside, I do like a lot of this. It feels like classic YSL with the modern, rocker edge Hedi has been trying for.

  • icm

    I have posted a couple of comments lately commenting on the increasing use of thin to skinny male models. This show I am horrified by .it is like looking at the walking dead. These boys look sickly. How in this day and age could the emaciated look be presented as acceptable . It is a complete distraction from the clothes.

    • “I have posted a couple of comments lately commenting on the increasing use of thin to skinny male models.”

      And they were all instantly deleted, so please take the hint and STOP TALKING ABOUT THE BODIES OF THE MODELS AND HOW YOU DON’T APPROVE OF THEM.

      • icm

        Point taken, but how are my comments about this topic different from previous comments of other readers on this post that reference “heroin chic”and how the models are “distracting”. I believe I have seen the word anorexia used in readers comments as well.Fashion thrives on trend and my reaction to these collections were sidelined by the seemingly unhealthy trend of of thin male models.Oh and just so I am sure would I still be able to comment about ass and boobs as much as some of the other readers love to do.

        • “Point taken – but not really because now I’m going to argue the point.”

          Don’t do this. Body-snarking is not and never has been allowed here. Arguing this point is only going to get you banned from the comments section. Stop pretending like you don’t see a difference between saying a model is “distracting” and saying a model is so “emaciated” and “malnourished” that you find them unattractive.

          • icm

            Please tell me, talk of buffness and boobs and ass and such don’t fall under the category of body snarking?Conversation equals arguing?I have read “body” comments on here before.I was just trying to start a dialogue about something I find unfashionable which I thought was the whole point of this blog . I guess this is not the forum to discuss such a topic,possibly too sensitive .

  • Lily

    This actually has some really creative, wearable pieces that are beautiful to look at. Of course, I’m not sure the everyday man could get away with this look… seems reserved for smacked-out vampire rock stars.

  • Fringed camo?

  • David Holbrook

    Did they tell these street urchins to not sleep for a week and then come in for a high profile fashion show?

  • save_the_hobbit

    I actually really love all of these clothes. Gorgeous!

  • Groovy; I dig! Now get these boys a square meal.

  • If I were Steven Tyler’s stylist, I’s be all about getting some of these pieces for him. The fourth one from the bottom is perfect for him, and I would totally put him in that caftan in the smaller photos. I love the ponchos and scarves. Lenny K could rock some of these too,

  • JynxTheCat

    Its all way too literal. Nothing creative about that.

  • altermyego

    The model in the third picture is what little Carl from The Walking Dead is going to look like in a few years. And probably wearing the same outfit as well.

  • I am imagining each outfit on Howard Wolowitz from Big Bang Theory and laughing hysterically.

  • Fräulein K.

    I feel like these aren’t clothes we need Yves Saint Laurent or Hedi Slimane for. It’s just too done and too easy to do, all of it. Rock waif? Seen plenty of guys do that just as well on a fraction of this budget.