For Saint Laurent AW22, Anthony Vaccarello travelled back in time to the height of the movement and drew inspiration from radical activist and publisher Nancy Cunard, who dressed way before her time. What resulted was a contemporary interpretation of her masculine wardrobe––inflected with Art Deco influences––staged inside a box facing the landmark Eiffel Tower. Fluidity ran throughout the collection, with delicate, flute-like dresses and mega-slim trousers rendered in fresh proportions and punctuated by stacks of brash, elemental jewellery. Key outerwear items presented themselves through swathes of faux fur, while the Saint Laurent tuxedo is made slouchier and anew. See every look now.