Style Evolution: ‘The Tuxedo’

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Bianca Jagger and Nathalie Delon, 1974
Catherine Deneuve and Yves Saint Laurent, 1966
Christy Turlington and Marc Jacobs, 1988
Naomi Campbell on the cover of Vogue Paris August 1988
Linda Evangelista, New York 2005
Kate Moss at the Metropolitan Museum of Art for the Costume Institute Ball 2006 
Mario Sorrenti with his wife, New York 2008
Diane Kruger, New York 2008
Naomi Campbell and Stefano Pilati, New York 2008 
Stella McCartney in her boutique at Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles 2008 
Melanie Laurent in Yves Saint Laurent at the Festival of Cannes 2009 
Natasha Poly in Emilo Pucci, Festival de Cannes 2012
Dree Hemingway in Yves Saint Laurent, New York 2012
If there was one outfit I would like to wear as a uniform, or buried in (too morbid?), it is the tuxedo, or a ‘take’ on the tuxedo at least. From Coco Chanel and her male tailoring influences to Yves Saint Laurent’s ‘Le Smoking Tuxedo’ there is no better suit, for a women. Feline divine. Loving this feature as seen in Vogue.fr 

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