Yves Saint Laurent opener, Ponyboy Magazine. Photographed by Alexander Thompson in New York City.

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VINTAGE

  • French model Charlotte Blouet photographed in vintage YSL by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine in New York City.
  • Vintage YSL spread for Ponyboy Magazine, photographed by Alexander Thompson in New York City.
  • Model Charlotte Blouet wearing vintage Yves Saint Laurent for Ponyboy Magazine women's editorial, photographed by Alexander Thompson.
  • Vintage YSL featured for Ponyboy Magazine in New York City, photographed by Alexander Thompson.
  • R Agency model Charlotte Blouet, photographed in vintage Yves Saint Laurent by Alexander Thompson in New York City.
  • Model Charlotte Blouet in vintage Yves Saint Laurent, photographed by Alexander Thompson in New York City for Ponyboy Magazine.
  • Charlotte Blouet from the R Agency in NY, wearing vintage YSL, photographed for Ponyboy Magazine by Alexander Thompson.
  • Vintage Yves Saint Laurent, photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine in New York City.
  • Charlotte Blouet, from the R Agency in NY, photographed in vintage Yves Saint Laurent by Alexander Thompson in New York City for Ponyboy Magazine.
  • Charlotte Blouet in vintage Yves Saint Laurent. The French model on the rise was photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy Magazine in New York City.

YVES SAINT LAURENT

A VINTAGE COLLECTION

For our latest women’s editorial, Ponyboy stylist Jules Wood dressed French 18 year old beauty Charlotte Blouet, from the R Agency in New York, in vintage Yves Saint Laurent.

YVES SAINT LAURENT. Born in 1936. Head designer at Christian Dior at 21. First French couturier to have a pret-a-porter line. Known for his iconic pieces such as the Mondrian color-blocked dress, safari jacket, and women’s tuxedo suit. His premiere Rive Gauche boutique opened in 1966 and actress Catherine Deneuve was his first customer. His muses included Loulou de la Falaise, Iman and Laetitia Casta. Saint Laurent became the first fashion designer to be honored by the Metropolitan Museum of Art with a solo exhibition while still alive. He died June 1st, 2008. His legacy and design house live on.