Posted on Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Lady Gaga was captured outside Kitsons Kids in Los Angeles yesterday, wearing another vintage treasure from the last century.
There were two things that came into my mind the moment I saw Gaga’s candids a while ago. My little niece’s shape sorter game and the gowns from Yves Saint Laurent Fall 1980 Haute Couture collection, an homage to Henri Matisse.
Don’t know where Gaga got hers from, but I found the picture of the white silk organza two-piece gown, featuring Yves Saint Laurent‘s trademark ruffles at neckline and puff sleeves, at Resurrection that, as you probably know, celebrated the launch of “Y Not Yves?” back in November last year – a collection of fine clothing and accessories (60′s – 90′s) from the twentieth-century master Yves Saint Laurent.
The geometric shapes print gown is from Saint Laurent Rive Gauche, Yves Saint Laurent’s prêt-à-porter line that saw the late designer make the link between the street and couture – a connection previously considered inconceivable by most Parisian designers of the time.
The look was styled with white hat, white Chanel sunnies, Hermès Kelly purse and Brian Atwood patent nude ankle strap pumps.
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