Musée Yves Saint Laurent: the capital’s fashion jewel

Since October 3rd, 2017, Paris is paying a tribute to one of its most famous fashion designer: Yves Saint Laurent. On the Avenue Marceau, between the Arc de Triomphe and under the protective shade of the Eiffel Tower, a new museum has just open its doors: the musée Yves Saint Laurent. Spread along 450m², this unique place in the capital unveils the universe of the one of the most renowned French fashion designer of the 20th century.

Musée Yves Saint Laurent © Luc Castel

Between retrospective and tribute
The musée YSL was thought as a place of tribute and temporary and thematic retrospectives that will be proposed over the month. For its opening, the museum has chosen to show about fifty fashion designers’ models drawings, sketchbooks, but also many photographs, accessories and films retracing his exceptional life. Because Yves Saint Laurent marked fashion history with his avant-gardist creations. The public can namely admire on-the-spot the legendary Yves Saint Laurent’s studio that was recreated for the exhibition and visitors can enjoy also the haute couture salons where the collections were presented. For the anecdote, the museum settled into the actual Hotel Particulier of the Yves Saint Laurent fashion brand. From 1974 to 2002 this is where Monsieur Saint Laurent imagined, drew, and designed his collections. A sumptuous place that will amaze children and adults, and that is to be visited before going back to your room at the hotel Mareuil.

Open from Tuesday to Sunday from 11a.m. to 6p.m.
Nocturnal on Friday until 9p.m.
Closed on Mondays, December 25th, January 1st and May 1st.
Full price: €10 / Reduce rate (10-18): €7 / Free for those under 10.

Musée Yves Saint Laurent © Luc Castel

Musée Yves Saint Laurent
5, avenue Marceau
75116 Paris
Tel: +33 (0)1 44 31 64 00
Metro: Alma-Marceau (line 9).



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