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Le smoking tuxedos, 70s platforms and timeless leather goods: Where we go to shop the most coveted Saint Laurent pieces

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It's impossible to imagine a time where luxury French House, Saint Laurent, won't be at the top of every fashion girl's it list. There's something about the instantly recognisable and iconic intertwining YSL that has captured the world for decades. Then, of course, factor in the brand's impeccable history with tailoring, timeless leather goods and undeniable edge and cool girl persona and you have an unmatched recipe for success. Baby doll dresses one minute, smoking tuxedos the next. For those days where your schedule doesn't allow for lunch-break visit to a Saint Laurent boutique, it's important to know where to buy your favourite pieces online.

Here, we're sharing 8 failsafe stores we always turn to for the best, latest and most covetable Saint Laurent pieces.

1. Saint Laurent


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Saint Laurent has always had one of the easiest-to-shop websites in the realm of luxury fashion. The site has its full range of products – including online exclusives – in easy to navigate categories. Fitted out with the sleekest, chicest layout that screams Saint Laurent in all the right ways. The brand offers complimentary express shipping with every order gift wrapped in the signature packaging. The luxury experience from start to end.


2. Farfetch


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Farfetch has long been a source for hunting down covetable designer pieces, especially when they have sold out on the brand's website. Saint Laurent is no exception, with the site offering everything from leather goods, ready to wear and accessories with over 1,700 pieces to shop. Farfetch is also known for dishing out random discount codes and sales, so make sure you have signed up to the database.


3. Net-A-Porter


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A lunch break scroll through Net-A-Porter's Saint Laurent offering will see your wishlist filled to the brim. Not only does the site know how to expertly curate it's pieces in order of priority (silver booty shorts first, naturally), but you'll be sure to find an impressive range of products across all categories. Also, Net-A-Porter styles all its pieces on models, so you can actually see how the piece will look in real life.



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When we're trying to hunt down the latest Saint Laurent pieces, newest handbag colourways and eye-catching jewellery, we immediately head to SSENSE. The site's offering across all brands, but Saint Laurent in particular, is endless. You will find yourself scrolling for days, especially through SSENSE's selection of leather goods, stocking designs you can hardly find anywhere else.


5. Mytheresa


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One of the main benefits of shopping Saint Laurent on Mytheresa is that the site often has exclusive capsule drops with the luxury House, so there's no doubt people will be taking notice of your outfit. Mytheresa also offers free shipping to Australia for orders over $1000; which isn't too hard to achieve with Saint Laurent in your cart.


6. Matches Fashion


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Similarly to Net-A-Porter, Matches Fashion's site styles all their pieces on models – which is a huge brownie points moment for seasoned online shoppers. We can't go past the perfectly curated mix of pieces and always manage to find unique and more casual ready-to-wear items to slip into our wardrobe. Factor in free delivery and returns on orders over $300 and you basically have the dream shopping experience.


7. Parlour X


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One of the reasons why we love shopping at Paddington local, Parlour X, is because it's physical store is just as great as its online store. Also, did we mention that it's right around the corner from the RUSSH offices? The site offers a very considered curation of the brand's most covetable leather goods, with a sprinkle of ready to wear and accessories in the mix. Be sure to keep an eye out on the site's sale section as well – you never know what kind of treasure you might find.




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Online luxury retailer FWRD has become a goldmine for the latest and some of the most unique Saint Laurent pieces; of course, not skimping out on signature favourites either. The site styles all the brand's pieces together, so you can get a great idea of how to put different pieces together – which is always handy when overwhelmed with such a great selection.


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