Yves Saint Laurent conquers Paris one more time

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Yves Saint Laurent conquers Paris one more time

On October 3rd 2017, the Yves Saint Laurent Museum opened its doors, an elegant tribute to a man of talent, exceptional couturier and genius of style.

As the leaves fell on the cobblestones of Paris streets, Avenue Marceau welcomed a new and exclusive museum: more than 450 sqm dedicated to the work of Yves Saint Laurent, a major artist of 20th-century fashion. The Pierre Bergé Foundation intends to exhibit part of the unique heritage that it has preserved, including about 50 models and accessories, photographs and sketches. Rediscover the famous women's tuxedo of the maison de couture, its safari jackets and sailor coats. The exhibition spaces, redesigned by museographer Nathalie Crinière and decorator Jacques Grange, mingle with the old salons and the historical studio of the creator. Follow the guide!

Musée Yves Saint Laurent
5, avenue Marceau
75116 Paris

From 3 October 2017 to 9 September 2018

7 EUR for the inaugural display
Monday to Sunday: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Friday: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.