Accompanying the suits and jackets of the sixties, were high boots, pumps and flats. Today’s YSL line include a tribute to his most famous design collections—animal print boots, 1970-inspired pumps, and ready-to-wear flats. His brand, YSL, was created for modern women who have a keen sense of freedom and follow their instincts with assurance.
Taking cues from what Yves Saint Laurent was most well-known for, YSL Designer Shoes are accentuated with color, prints, and modern style. During the sixties, when it was controversial for women to wear pantsuits, or pants, as everyday fashion, YSL fashion “pants and jackets became a statement for a new generation of women.” He said once, “I want to shock people, force them to think.” His shoe line, much like his collections, was a representation of comfort, elegance, and using fashion as a way to articulate a definite statement.