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Fashion drawing by Yves Saint Laurent (1960s or 1970s)

Fashion drawing by Yves Saint Laurent (1960s or 1970s)

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Genius stylist Yves Saint Laurent, new manager of his own brand, imagines an elegant dress for one of his upcoming collections.

Fashion design created by stylist Yves Saint Laurent. A leaf. 12.3 cm x 32 cm. Probably in Paris, in the 1960s or 1970s. Excellent condition. Single piece.

A talented designer, Yves Saint Laurent (1936 - 2008) took over the helm of Dior in 1957, at the age of 21, just two years after joining the House of Dior as an assistant designer. In 1958, her "trapeze" collection reinvented the dress and was a huge success.

Saint Laurent then decided to leave Dior in 1961 and founded his own haute couture house. Her collections, first for women and for men from 1969 onwards, were an immediate success. Among its greatest innovations are the timeless women's tuxedo, the trench coat and the pantsuit.

The couturier later diversified his activities, making sets and costumes for theater and cinema, luxury perfumes and cosmetics, sold all over the world. After the acquisition of his company in 1999 by the Gucci Group, the designer retired in 2002.

In addition to the stylist's characteristic traits, this example is part of a set of four drawings, purchased at an auction in Paris and belonged to a seamstress who worked with the stylist in the 1960s and 1970s. are preserved by the Pierre Bergé - Yves Saint Laurent Foundation.

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