Into the Wild

[an error occurred while processing this directive] Back in the late 1960s, when Yves Saint Laurent was shaking up the stuffy Parisian couture world with his radical street-inspired looks (think motorcycle jackets, pea coats and beatnik sweaters), the idea of wearing a safari shirt laced up the front yet open to the navel was considered completely cutting edge.

Today, the look, famously captured on film in 1968 for Vogue magazine with the cult model Veruschka posing in the middle of the African savanna, is back in fashion, thanks in part to newly appointed Yves Saint Laurent creative director Stefano...

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