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A huge crane in the colors of the French flag hoisted up a giant neon YSL logo above a construction site in the French capital, literally setting expectations high for this year's YSL show at Paris Fashion Week.The decor announced that the grand debut from Saint Laurent's new designer Anthony Vaccarello Tuesday night aimed to dramatically reconstruct the YSL aesthetic following the departure of Hedi Slimane.French singer Jane Birkin and her two actress daughters Charlotte Gainsbourg and Lou Doillon stared up expectantly alongside myriad iPhone-snapping fashionistas to marvel at the radiant 50-meter crane – a real machine being used to rebuild the house's Paris Left Bank headquarters.This "new" image was largely a rehash of the Glamazon, uber-sexy, ultramini styles that have come to be synonymous with the 34-year-old Italian-Belgian designer's own brand and his work at Donatella Versace's flesh-baring Versus house.Yves Saint Laurent's 1968 transparent looks, which once shocked the fashion establishment, made a comeback and Vaccarello gave a nod to the textured materials of the famed 1976 Ballets Russes collection.
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