Yves Saint Laurent's finest creations will go on show at the Petit Palais museum in Paris on Thursday in what is being billed as the biggest exhibition ever dedicated to Saint Laurent. The display showcases more than 300 outfits dating from 1958 to 2002, as well as a room dedicated to Saint Laurent's muse, Catherine Deneuve.
“We tried to show the multifacetted work of Saint Laurent, who was really able to do everything,” said his longtime business partner, Pierre Bergé.
“We wanted to show he was neither a cold minimalist nor an extravagant proponent of baroque, but that he managed to create something in between, a sort of equilibrium that is very harmonious and very French,” said Florence Müller, chief curator of the exhibition.
"Yves Saint Laurent" runs until August 29.
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