Anthony Vaccarello‘s Saint Laurent Fall/Winter 2017 menswear collection first surfaced via an edgy campaign video earlier this year and subsequently made its runway debut a few weeks ago. Now, the French luxury fashion house is giving its gritty, city-slick collection another grungy campaign film by Nathalie Canguilhem, the same director behind YSL’s recent films, while the soundtrack was created by Sebastian. In the video above, female and male models saunter under the harsh blue glare of neon lights and NYC construction scaffolding. Dramatic cathedral organ music backdrops the minimalist and brooding visual, amplifying the lavish garments and glitzy textiles. Watch the film above and share your thoughts in the comments below.
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