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Saint Laurent's Newest Concept Rive Droite Incorporates Artwork With Fashion


Saint Laurent's Newest Concept Rive Droite Incorporates Artwork With Fashion

By Nikol Slatinska | September 24, 2020 | Style & Beauty

The coveted label, which fuses fashion with other creative expressions, drops a surf-inspired collection.


Last year Saint Laurent’s Anthony Vaccarello introduced Rive Droite, an experimental space where clothing and artwork are sold side by side. Now a lifestyle line, Rive Droite continues to explore unique collaborations. The new surf-inspired Dawn Patrol collection blends the lines between rugged and refined as seamlessly as Yves Saint Laurent melded masculine and feminine elegance. There’s a wetsuit made in collaboration with Soöruz, a label committed to reducing its environmental footprint; leopard-print Havaianas flip-flops; and plenty of teeny-tiny Saint Laurent bikinis. But in keeping with Rive Droite’s ethos to examine style beyond clothing, the collection also includes a surfboard that is as functional as it is beautiful (make it the centerpiece of your living room), a turntable designed by Pierre Riffaud made from handcarved marble and plenty of other home goods all infused with Vaccarello’s signature indie-rock touch.

SAINT_LAURENT_RIVE_DROITEDAWNPATROLHR11.jpgBurnt wood surfboard, $6,000



6107891SH002094.jpgLeopard-print flip-flops, $65


Photography by: courtesy of Saint Laurent Rive Droite