Loulou de la Falaise was a French icon and an enduring muse to Yves Saint Laurent. Her unstudied style and indefatigable spirit represented everything that is brilliant about fashion.Although much has been written about , she is the subject of yet another new book by Ariel de Ravenel and Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni.
Golden Years: Lou Lou de La Falaise Stylish and Composed
La Falaise moved to New York City in the late 1960s, where she briefly modeled for American Vogue before turning to designing printed fabrics for Halston. Late in the decade she worked as a junior editor at the British society magazine Queen, which during that period she met Saint Laurent. and eventually joined his haute-couture firm in 1972.
Lou Lou de La Falaise Jewlery Design Sketches for Oscar de la Renta
La Falaise is known to have influence the Saint Laurent with her eccentric style to accessories and jewellery. A fashionable 'trait' of La Falaise is her head scarf and/or the turban, which she also wore at her her wedding with Thadée Klossowski de Rola.
Lou Lou de La Falaise At Her Wedding
On ViTRINE Style this month, we celebrate Loulou de la Falaise's with iconic images that defines the electrifying spirit she was known to be.