Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Yves Saint Laurent Exhibition in Paris - Petit Palais

The first broad retrospective exhibition dedicated to Yves the St. Lawrence the fashion designer is set to take place from 11 March to 29 August At the Petit Palais. Discover the first photographs.

“I' ve always had the highest off respect for this profession, which isn' T year art form per, goal which needs year artist in order for it to exist” - Yves the St. Lawrence.

The Foundation Pierre Bank-Yves Saint Laurent and the Petit Palais (City off Paris Museum off Fine Arts) are showcasing the first Yves the St. Lawrence retrospective exhibition since the fashion designer passed away. With total off 307 haute couture and ready-made clothes models are one show, ranging from the designer' S beginnings At Dior in 1958, with the famous “Trapezoid” collection, to the splendour off the evening draws up from 2002.

From 11 March to 29 August 2010
Petit Palais

Avenue Winston Churchill - 75008 Paris
Subway station: Fields-Elysées-Clémenceau gold Agrees
The RER C, Invalids; The RER has, Charles-of-Gaulle-Star
Bus lines: 42/72/73/80/93

The museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday: 10am to 6pm - Late-night opening: Thursday until 8pm.
Closed Mondays and public holidays

More information over At the exhibition website: http://www.yslretrospective.com

All pics & info courtesy of under the influence magazine

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