Phaidon presents Yves Saint Laurent Museum Marrakech, the remarkable story of the landmark museum in Marrakech dedicated to the legendary French fashion designer’s creative work. The book chronicles the unique collaboration between Saint Laurent’s partner, Pierre Bergé, and architecture firm Studio KO, taking readers behind the scenes on a creative journey at the
intersection of architecture, design, and fashion.
Yves Saint Laurent (1936-2008) – the last of the grand couturiers – famously found inspiration and refuge in Marrakech, Morocco’s “pink city,” where he and Bergé owned a six-acre compound including a residence, Villa Oasis, and accompanying Majorelle Garden. “Marrakech taught me colour,” Saint Laurent once said. “Before Marrakech,…
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