The purpose of this thesis was to design a contemporary women’s and men’s collection inspired by Yves Saint Laurent's work and horticulture. The theoretical part of the research focused on the aesthetics and thinking of fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent, especially his work in the 1960s when he presented his first female tuxedo. The first female tuxedo caused a real sensation and a fashion revolution in the way women dressed. The designer often collaborated with Helmut Newton, a famous photographer who took the most famous photo of Le Smoking and made it iconic by successfully portraying a strong and powerful, yet feminine woman. In 1968, Saint Laurent presented the Transparent Garments Collection. He was the first designer to introduce a completely transparent blouse to the runway. Transparent garments were inspired by the sexual revolution and feminist movements that occurred around the same time. The theoretical part also explored Yves Saint Laurent and his work inspired by horticulture. As for the experimental part, it presented the complete women’s and men’s collection called Cenrosed. The name of the collection combines the words rose and censored, which connects the meaning of the women’s and men’s collection through the interpretation of the name. This modern ready-to-wear collection is designed for strong and independent women that stand for equality and know that being feminine does not entail fragility.