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The style of The Row clothing

The style of The Row clothing

The Row is a cornerstone of OTTODISANPIETRO. Its approach to fashion aligns completely with our conception of clothing: pure, sophisticated, and transcendent. The garments from the New York-based ...

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Welcome, Isabel Marant Menswear

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Isabel Marant men's clothing is now available at OTTODISANPIETRO. Known for her fusion of French style with a youthful flair, Isabel Marant's menswear explores the new realm of masculine streetwea...

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In the film "Saint Laurent" by Bertrand Bonello, Betty Catroux is portrayed as a self-assured woman. Mysterious, serene, and defiant. With this air of confidence, she stands as the first and greatest muse of Yves Saint Laurent, inspiring and accompanying him as he achieved many milestones as a 20th-century creator.

Today, Saint Laurent women's clothing under Anthony Vaccarello continues to demonstrate that the YSL woman is the master of her own path. And in this display of confidence and composure, there is a garment that envelops the muses of the house in an imposing embrace: the Yves Saint Laurent women's coat.

The coat as a form of expression: a heritage of European fashion

The coat as such emerges as a functional piece. Whether for protection against the cold or in military campaigns, coats have taken on different forms and styles to better fulfill their function. Between the 19th and 20th centuries, the coat begins to establish itself as a symbol of nobility and the bourgeoisie in Europe. Carefully crafted with noble materials and some exotic ones from exclusive international trade routes, these coats were only suitable for the highest classes.

In the 60s, Yves Saint Laurent forged the union between everyday clothing and haute couture. In a time of maximum creativity in Paris, surrounded by giants like Cristóbal Balenciaga and Christian Dior, YSL opened his first store on the left bank of the Seine (called Rive Gauche, like his later clothing line). Here, the sophisticated and unique spirit of YSL merged with clothing that could be worn comfortably every day.

Thus, the concept we have today as prêt-à-porter or ready-to-wear emerged. Following this pioneering trajectory, Yves Saint Laurent women's coats are imposing pieces that enhance our presence and elegance. Their fabrics, colours, and cuts are all oriented towards a perfect fall and fit.

The presence of a YSL coat automatically elevates any ensemble we choose, serving as a great asset for days when we feel less inspired. Their collections range from more tailored models to those inspired by the 80s with wide shoulders and divine structures.