The Saint Laurent Museum Will Include Something Very Special

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Planning a visit to Paris next fall? You might want to align it with the reopening of the Pierre Bergé-Yves Saint Laurent Foundation. WWD reports that space, which is presently transforming to operate as a museum, is expanding plans to offer visitors access to a replication of Yves Saint Laurent’s couture design studio and salon, offering a rare in-person glimpse into the brand’s heritage. According to WWD, the museum “will feature a constantly updated display from the house’s archives, which include 5000 couture garments and 15,000 accessories, as well as thousands of sketches, collection boards, photographs, and objects.” Sounds like the world is about to get access to the coveted and historic conservation collection. Yes. We’re freaking out, too.

While you wait, keep scrolling to shop three present-day Saint Laurent designs we love. 

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