By  on August 26, 2009

PARIS — Yves Saint Laurent has shuttered its historic men’s boutique at Place St. Sulpice and is scouting for a larger Left Bank location for a combined women’s and men’s unit, WWD has learned.

On Monday, a YSL spokesman said the men’s store went dark last month, and the 2,500-square-foot women’s flagship in St. Sulpice — overhauled last year with a new decor based on its signature Opium color — would showcase men’s wear on its upper level until a new location is found.

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