PARIS — Couturier Yves Saint Laurent was remembered Tuesday at a mass to mark the first anniversary of his death.
Unlike last year’s funeral, which was restricted to a number of selected guests from fashion, politics and show business, the memorial service at the Eglise Saint-Roch here was open to the public. But it nevertheless attracted many longtime associates, employees, customers, former models and fellow designers, who joined Pierre Bergé, the late couturier’s companion and business partner of 50 years, to remember Saint Laurent.
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