Almost no other style speaks more to a woman's sense of fashion than the tuxedo, which must be worn with confidence, ease, and self-awareness. It is the effortlessly put-together kind of woman who is in charge of herself—for women of intrigue, from Paris to Hollywood and every spectacular evening in between. « For a woman, le smoking is an indispensable garment with which she finds herself continually in fashion, because it is about style, not fashion. Fashions come and go, but style is forever. » Yves Saint Laurent
The runway model in the 1970 YSL collection wears a tuxedo with a black bow, and pearl cabochon earrings.
Vintage fashions have been making a comeback on the catwalks, so who better to showcase these looks than one of the most iconic supermodels?
As fashion houses revive and refresh some of their iconic creations, the muses of yesteryear are back to take centre stage. Yves Saint Laurent was where it all began for legendary '70s supermodel Jerry Hall.
On the 1979 runway, Hall wore a tuxedo accessorized with crystal costume jewellery to glam up the look: long earrings, a long necklace, multiple bracelets, and a belt. Just wear beautiful, sexy lingerie under the jacket and glamorous fashion jewellery to accessorize the look.
A woman in a tuxedo is often the "only" woman in the room. She combines the elegance of a bygone era with a profoundly modern presence; she exudes sophistication, mystery, and an evolved style.
In the 2022 YSL campaign, Jerry Hall is seen wearing earrings that feature an antiqued gold base with a black glass centre that add a touch of chic modern glamour to the popular '70s gold jewellery trend.