Tim Blanks' hilariously scathing review of Saint Laurent Paris Menswear AW2013
(amusing what constitutes "scathing" in the fashion universe):
... All of that added up to shoulda-been-fabulous. But we're forgetting about the clothes. And maybe Slimane did, too.
The kindest thing to be said about Slimane's first official men's collection was that he made a guy to go with his girl. ... All of it is thrilling in theory and practice, but it was a surreal incongruity to see it spotlit in a very expensive fashion presentation. Slimane's passion for the music he loves, the bands that make that music, and the lifestyle that surrounds it is entirely understandable, laudable, and well served with integrity by his photographic tributes. When he spun his ardor into high fashion today, it made a lot less sense, especially as the kids who are the prime components of his vision can already shop this look for zilch down the funky end of any L.A. boulevard.
It seems SLP pulled all their advertising on Style.com shortly after the review went live.