Saint Laurent introduced its famous Le Smoking tuxedo in 1966, a rendition of the classic men's smoking suit made for women. Inspired by the iconic silhouette and 1970s women's archival pieces, Creative Director Anthony Vaccarello reinterprets these styles for menswear with slinky, billowing shapes, delicate textures, and intricate patterns. The result is a unique, androgynous look that celebrates fluidity as a cornerstone of contemporary fashion. A combination of suede and perforated leather defines these low-top sneakers. The style is finished with a metallic foil logo printed at the quarter.