Stage designer Nathalie Crinière Returns YSL To Its Origins

The Pierre Bergé — Yves Saint Laurent Foundation in Paris reopens next year as a permanent museum with renovations headed by stage designer Nathalie Crinière and interior designer Jacques Grange, who refurbished the museum in the style of Saint Laurent’s original couture house.

YSL couture house original logo

The museum is now double in size and will feature a constantly updated display from the house’s archives, which include 5,000 couture garments and 15,000 accessories, as well as thousands of sketches, collection boards, photographs and objects.


The Paris opening in the fall of 2017 is to coincide with the inauguration of another Saint Laurent museum in Marrakech to be located on Rue Yves Saint Laurent near Jardin Majorelle, a garden the designer and Bergé turned into a cultural site with a museum of Berber culture.


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Nichelle Cole is the founder & editor-in-chief of The Fashion Plate magazine. A respected writer, stylist and influencer, she has been published in fashion magazines around the world.

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