Since 10 a.m. on Jan. 30, 1958 — the debut of his radical trapeze silhouette for Dior — wherever Yves Saint Laurent led, fashion followed. He pioneered a new sexiness with his le smoking in 1966, created a demure look with edge for “Belle de Jour” in 1967 and shocked with the occupation-era styles of his Liberation collection in 1971. He brought Pop Art and Picasso, Bolsheviks and beatniks, Mondrian and safari wear to the couture. And along the way, the once-shy Yves also became a real social star. Here, a few of the moments that burned brightest during Saint Laurent’s stellar career.