30 December 2017
The Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris is named after the eminent French designer Yves Saint Laurent as they embraced the viewers on October 3, 2017 after 3 decagons.
The French designer spent about thirty years designing his collections justifying his passion for ensembles. Pierre Bergé is founder of the luxurious French label Yves Saint Laurent (YSL). The museum accentuates designer’s ingeniousness and the process of depicting haute couture. Apart from high-fashioned elite, the museum also exhibits the traditional haute couture of the twentieth century that chaperoned a way of life which no longer exists. The Set couturiere Jacques Grange and designer Nathalie Crinière, also the long-time collaborators of the Foundation have contrived the exhibition area to captivate the original ambience of the haute couture. The Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris is the first ever museum involved and is exceedingly well, one of the twentieth century’s resplendent couturiers representing the pivot of fashion.
The designating brand was founded in 1961 by Yves Saint Laurent and his partner Pierre Berge. The implacable bond that created a hype of fashion trends like Beatnik Look, Safari Jackets, Thigh-High Boots, Tight Pants and of course the famous swanky and classic tuxedo suit for women in 1966, Le Smoking suit.
Pop Art, Ballet Russes, Picasso and Chinese ones are some of his notable and radiant collection which he introduced. In fact, the popular trend of wearing silhouettes was his idea which was perceptible from the 1920s to 1940s. He along with Rive Gauche established and popularized the ready-to wear bustle which standardized the sense of fashion and also the indelible idea of the same name boutique.