Nine years after his death, Yves Saint Lauren is honored with his own museum at 5 Avenida Marceau

Bergé left us on September 8, and it seems that prompted (or at least accelerated) the creation of the Ives Saint Lauren Museum in Paris. The Death of Pierre Bergé is the last chapter of the story that the two French geniuses played as one of the most powerful and influential duo in the fashion of their time.

Nowadays perhaps no one remembers that such a simple gesture for the woman of today, like putting on a trouser and a jacket, was the idea of the visionary French couturier, who always said that Chanel released the woman sand he empowered her later. The headquarters of the firm, in the mansion of Avenida Marceu, is chosen place for the exhibition of the thousand garments that will be able to be seen in this sample.

We know, in any case, that, these silhouettes, will rotate by the complicated measures of treatment of the delicate garments. The Director of the Museum, Olivier Flaviano, said that Pierre Bergé, the one who contained the changing moods of Saint Lauren throughout his career, was able to see, before passed away, the results of the works, and that he confessed to go easy on the result. As there are no interesting places for fashion lovers to visit in Paris, now there is another more essential for the next visit to the French capital. A luxury for the view that no one should deprive.

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