PARIS — The Yves Saint Laurent Museum in Paris is marking the 10th anniversary of the couturier’s death with a show of drawings he made as a teenager before joining the house of Christian Dior in 1955.
The exhibition, titled “Yves Saint Laurent, the youth drawings,” will be held in the reception room at 5 Avenue Marceau, formerly home to Saint Laurent’s couture house and now the headquarters of the Fondation Pierre Bergé-Yves Saint Laurent, from May 29 to Sept. 9. The designer passed away on June 1, 2008, at the age of 71.
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