By  on October 30, 2008

SAN FRANCISCO — Yves Saint Laurent’s life and work will be celebrated at the M.H. de Young Museum here in an exhibit showcasing fashion, drawings and photographs from the designer’s personal collection.

“Yves Saint Laurent, Eternal Style,” opens Saturday after a three-month run at the Montreal Fine Arts Museum, and will close March 1. It is part of the de Young’s effort to elevate fashion. The museum was the only U.S. venue for the Victoria and Albert retrospective of British designer Vivienne Westwood and was the sole stop outside Manhattan for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s look at the late socialite Nan Kempner’s couture-filled closet.

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