Amway Corporation who is acting as Leal’s financier and muse for the collection, Sterling Pamella/Roland. “I wanted to do a line that was focused on people whose lives are defined by mobility,” said Leal.
“These women are in their 40s, they have a lot of money, they are very involved inpolitical charities and are young and vibrant people.
The idea is to create a collec tion you could put into a bag every season for that lifestyle.” Sterling features simple chunky cashmere knits, tailored jackets and pants for day and statement evening gowns in silk taffeta or beaded chiffon for night.
Laurent’s designs will long be remem bered as poetic yet luxuriouslyfunc tional. He will continue to be a source of inspira tion for generations of future designers. Images of Saint Laurent photographed with such fascinating clients as Loulou de la Falaise and Catherine Deneuve underscore the intriguing tapestry he wove with his work. Adieu, monsieur. Terry Wınkler, Burbank, IH. of the 20th and 21st centuries, has decided that he can no longer breathe in an atmosphere where everything is meant to be disposable. His art made the world more beautiful, even for those of us far removed from the world of haute couture. Au revoir, Monsieur Saint Laurent. Audra Thomas Staten Island, N. Y.