Nothing is more beautiful than a naked body.
The most beautiful clothes that can dress a woman are the arms of the man she loves.
But for those who haven’t had the fortune of this finding happiness, I am here. -Yves Saint Laurent
Leaving a legacy behind him, Yves Saint Laurent‘s1971 La Collection du Scandale is hailed as one of fashion’s game-changers. Figure-cinching tailoring, Bacchanal prints, nipple-baring shirts, the tuxedo, and furs made for wearing nothing underneath.
A collection that proves Yves was a designer who not only went against the grain, but changed the course of women’s fashion.
A high-octane buzz of editorial photos, sketches, videos and the collection itself, 1971 La Collection du Scandale embodies the rebellious spirit of the YSL brand.
Go, relive the scandal. One Swarovski body chain at a time.
“Yves Saint Laurent – La Collection du Scandale” is held at the petite but impeccable Fondation Pierre Bergé Yves Saint Laurent, until 19th July.
3 rue Léonce Reynaud, 75116 Paris
Open daily (except Mondays) 11h-18h