The New Unisex Edition by Yves Saint Laurent. Photo: Courtesy of YSL

The fashion house of Yves Saint Laurent has many signatures: polka dots, hearts, gypsy chic, Marrakesh-but above all, what the late couturier will be remembered for, is putting a woman in a tux. YSL's gender twist in the 1970's, a.k.a. Le Smoking, made an indelible mark on fashion. And Stefano Pilati, the current creative director, is playing around with his own version. It's called Edition Unisex.

The collection of boxy double-breasted jackets, high-waisted cropped pants, and voluminous trench coats was inspired by Pilati's Men's Spring/Summer 2010 show. The masculine pieces are mixed with lingerie and ever present corsets, bien sur. Edition Unisex 2010 will be sold for until March 14th at the label's 57th St. boutique in Manhattan.

Prices are slightly skinner than the ready to wear; cotton shirts start at $250, jackets are around $1500, and the most expensive piece is a leather jacket for $3550. These certainly aren't steals by any means, but YSL pieces do have a timeless quality. Perhaps its time to bite the bullet and suit up!