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I do wear I whole load of designer clothes and do preffer to wear clothes designed by French designer as my favourites. No dis-respect I still like to kick it in my Levi's on the weekend end but you just can't compare to such high style. Yves Saint Laurent more widley known as YSL as many people have difficulties in saying his name is one of the many well known labels out there. YSL has been in fashion for some time know and never let's us down with his great quality products. I you have money and want to look like it then wear YSL as it makes you feel as rich and special as you'll look. Me and my girlfriend both wear YSL and enjoy the quality that it provides and although the prices can be concidered high it's still makes you look great.
Yves Saint Laurent has got to be one of the designers who gives a great variety af clothes for all occasions. YSl caters for casual and smart wear, whatever the occasion dressed in YSL you'll be popular with the ladies!!! I am a fan of the shirts and polo necks, although there is a huge variety of clothes. The shirts are teh best (in my opinion) becasue they are trendy, comfortable, stylish and unique. That is the gurantee you have with YSL few people where his clothes but those that do look class. However, it comes at a price and shirts can be around the £50 mark, so beware. I think that if you like designer clothes you'll love Yves Saint Laurent.
Yves Saint Laurent is certainly one of the best designers about.He has certainly made an impact on the British designer market. There are many outlets around the UK, I am familiar with Fluke, Moss Bros and Jaeger, however there are many other stores that sell YSL clothes. What makes it special is that the clothes are comfortable and fit well with a mans body. I particularly like the style of clothes, available are Polo Necks, Shirts, Fleese's, Trousers, Sweatshirts and jeans. All of which are very trendy and looks the part casual or smart. If you're into designer/trendy clothes I would sugggest that you invest in some clothes. The only hold back is that they are quite pricy.
Yves Saint Laurent has been in the fashion business for over 40 years, having been thrust into the limelight at the precocious age of 18, to take over the job of head designer at Christian Dior, following Dior's death. He the went and sent up his own label, and is probably singlehandedly responsible for making suits for women respectable in the world of couture. As one fashion writer put it slightly ineloquently "He took the dyke out of a woman wearing a trouser suit". Over the course of time his designs has revolution fashion, with his assorted labels. For men I am particularly fond of his pour Homme range, and in particularly the casualwear. Sadly this has now been widely dispensed with or become part of the St Laurent Jeans range, which has drifted towards a very middle of the road mass produced range, although it is more affordable than previously. I have have everything by Yves St Laurent in my time, from suits (see below), underwear, socks, trousers, shirts, jumpers and ties and have found his cut to be the most flattering for my "slightly fuller figure". The Suits I have had have been incredible value. I bought them in Moss Bros in Covent Garden, and one of them has given me three years frequent wear and still looks very respectable. Another one is more lightweight, as has happened, and is a wonderful suit, and well cut to suit me. With the suits especially in Moss Bross, I would advise people to look for the right size for them but to ignore the length of leg. For 10 pounds extra you can have the trousers altered, so that you have a killer suit. If I had more money I would literally stockpile his clothes, as they are timeless and I have had shirts that have suffered abuse eg. curry, beer etc down them, but which still look very very smart. You pay a lot for pour homme range wear, but it is very much worth it in terms of the longterm value of the items.