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Saint Laurent SS16 campaign makes us all want tiaras

Creative director Hedi Slimane shoots his own campaign

By Andrea Tim | Published: 28 Dec 2015

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Photo: Hedi Slimane/Saint Laurent

The Saint Laurent Spring Summer 2016 runway show already made us feel this way, but Hedi Slimane's new campaign only cements our need for tiaras to be a thing – a thing as real and as normal as your ordinary headbands.

In every shot, models Signe Lund and Steffi Soede wear tiaras, proving that despite all prejudice against the delicate accessory, it goes well with anything. The girls wear the most seemingly unrelated pieces – from slip dresses and fur coats to denim jackets and sequinned cardigans – all of which are tied together by Hedi's acclaimed penchant for punk-grunge, evident in his current and past collections.

See more photos from the campaign here.

Photos: Hedi Slimane/Saint Laurent

Related: 7 tiaras for you to channel Kate Middleton
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