On June 12, the Neue Nationalgalerie in Mies van der Rohe was covered in stone for the presentation of the Spring/Summer 2024 collection.

Fashion house Yves Saint Laurent presented its Spring/Summer 2024 menswear collection at Berlin's Neue Nationalgalerie de Mies van der Rohe, recently redesigned by David Chipperfield.

The museum, located in the Tiergarten district of Berlin, was designed by the German-American architect in 1968.

The decor for the fashion show was extremely minimalist, with the building's modernist interior. The brand noted, "Saint Laurent presents its new collection in a modernist masterpiece.



Specifically, it took place in the pavilion on the upper level. "This iconic pavilion is a fitting setting for Anthony Vaccarello's ongoing reinvention of Saint Laurent's essential themes."

Models emerged from an opening in the curtains to reveal sleeveless tops, draped dresses, leopard prints and polka dots.

The details in Vaccarello's clothes were said to convey the style and essence of the German city combined with couture materials.