Hugely successful French couturier Yves St. Laurent designed his first collection of ready to wear clothing for men in the fall of 1969. The clothing was sold exclusively in the Rive Gauche boutiques in New York and Paris. Here, a few of the designs are modeled by St. Laurent himself for Vogue magazine. The photos were all taken at his home, Dar El-Hansh, in Morocco.
Above: White gabardine suit with flapped pockets, worn with a black cotton voile shirt and striped silk scarf.
Laced glove leather tunic and corduroy jeans. The tunic was also available in suede.
The same suit as the first photo, but in pale pink worn with a cotton floral shirt.
Photos by Patrick Lichfield for Vogue magazine, 1969.
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