“Celebration,” which was initially banned by Pierre Bergé, hits French screens on Nov. 14.
The designer spoke about why he introduced Random Identities and if he would ever work for a luxury brand again.
The Japanese photographer is the first artist selected by creative director Anthony Vaccarello to take part in the project, titled Self.
The sale of Pierre Bergé’s personal art collection from his homes in France and Morocco broke a record for the Parisian auction house.
The French actress will put her personal collection of Saint Laurent outfits on sale on Jan. 24.
Bibliophiles will also have the option of Michel de Montaigne’s “Les Essais” from 1580, Marcel Proust’s “Du côté de chez Swann” from 1913 and Oscar Wilde’s “Salomé,” 1893.
When not designing clothes for her Strike Oil collection, the artist creates art with fiancée Gigi Gorgeous.
The exhibition is the first temporary thematic show at the Paris Yves Saint Laurent Museum, which opened last year.
It also counts Yves Saint Laurent, Pierre Bergé and Giancarlo Giammetti among its former occupants.
The foundation’s vice president and secretary general was a lifelong friend of the late Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé.
Written by Luca Turin and Tania Sanchez, the guide reviews roughly 1,200 fragrances launched over the last 10 years.