1967 La Vilaine Lulu
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- Vintage Yves Saint Laurent La Villain Lulu "Nasty Lulu"
- Original Edition, published 1967
- Editor: Claude Tchou
- The naughty Lulu is a naughty little girl who lives adventures leading her from school to television, from New York to summer camps, from the fashion world to Dijon.
- In a naive, almost childish style, Yves Saint Laurent makes fun of cruelty, often with humor, always with intelligence, his contemporaries, his relatives, the fashion world and the customs of the time.
- Yves Saint Laurent's only known comic book
Size & fit
- Height: 32cm
Color : Black
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About Saint Laurent
Launching his namesake label in the 1960s, Saint Laurent emphasized wearability amid couture. Highly-collectible utilitarian staples & bohemian undertones dominated the ‘70s, followed by intense ‘80s glamor that earned YSL international fame. Monsieur Saint Laurent liberated female ready-to-wear through a dynamic blend of artifice androgyny & sublime feminine fashion, a juxtaposed ethos re-interpreted by modern designers Tom Ford, Hedi Slimane & Anthony Vaccarello. Saint Laurent remains outrageously chic.