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Saint Laurent’s Venezia Men’s Spring Summer 22 Blends Nature With Futurism

Saint Laurent’s Venezia Men’s Spring Summer 2022 collection debuted on the picturesque island of Isola Della Certosa, Venice Italy and in true Saint Laurent style, guests and viewers were treated to a show. Not only was an amazing collection on display, but also a showstopping runway designed by globally renowned artist Doug Aiken.

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The official set of the Spring Summer 2022 show is a living art installation titled Green Lens. The set starts a dialogue that we have in the 21st-century. It mirrors us as we look toward the future to harmonize with the natural environment, striving to create a new balanced world.

Saint Laurent creative director Anthony Vaccarello, explained that “Saint Laurent’s cult iconography has always combined creative disciplines across art and fashion … Through collaborations, I want to merge different fields’ artistic visions in a unique artwork”. The new Spring Summer 2022 collection does just that by combining Saint Laurent’s attention to detail and signature style along with Doug Aiken’s visionary living art.

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“Green Lens is a living artwork. It is both an artwork, installation and stage. It’s like a lighthouse, that one can journey to and have a very personal experience, while it also transmits light, ideas and questions. A focal point that allows all of us to share our ideas and visions for the future post-COVID…a celebration and inquiry into the future,” said Doug Aitken.

The new Spring Summer collection is full of vintage rock style looks as well as archives from previous women’s wear pieces. From white fitted long sleeve shirts with tight-fitting rock style pants to high waisted pants and black sleeveless shirts. Along with flowing colourful renaissance style shirts with natural motifs to vibrant silk flowing ruffle collar shirt with extended cape backing paired with high waisted pants. The collection doesn’t end there, as we also see a number of rock-inspired two-piece skinny suits, two-piece short suits, suit jackets and some archived womenswear lace shirts as well as a reimagined floral bomber jacket.

The collection showcases a sea of colour with bright pops colour with cobalt blues and vivid mustard silks to black and grey pieces. These colours dance across the crystalline reflective interior of Green Lens. The living installation reflects the Italian landscape, sky and shifting surrounding through its kaleidoscope centre and the inner dense botanic environment. As the model’s walkthrough, we can see Saint Laurent’s vision of harmony with the natural environment to create a new balanced world.

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Gabriel Jorge Gouveia

Gabriel Jorge Gouveia is a Sydney-based journalist who specialises in fashion, lifestyle food reporting. He completed Bachelor of Communication Journalism Major at Western Sydney University and has had work published in the Fashion Industry Broadcast, Aussie Gossip and Beauty News Australia.