The world of Yves Saint-Laurent at the Petit Palais (March 11 – August 29).
The first large retrospective exhibition dedicated to Yves Saint-Laurent the fashion designer is set to take place from 11 March to 29 August at the Petit Palais. Discover the first photographs.
The Foundation Pierre Bergé-Yves Saint Laurent and the Petit Palais (City of Paris Museum of Fine Arts) are showcasing the first Yves Saint-Laurent retrospective exhibition since the fashion designer passed away. A total of 307 haute couture and prêt-à-porter models are on show, ranging from the designer’s beginnings at Dior in 1958, with the famous “Trapèze” collection, to the splendour of the evening dresses from 2002.
If you are in Paris, don’t fail to catch it:
From 11 March to 29 August 2010
Avenue Winston Churchill – 75008 Paris
Metro station : Champs-Elysées-Clémenceau or Concorde
RER C, Invalides ; RER A, Charles-de-Gaulle-Etoile
Bus lines : 42/72/73/80/93
The museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday: 10am to 6pm – Late-night opening: Thursday until 8pm.
Closed Mondays and public holidays
Full price: €11
Reduced price: €8
Half price: €5.50
Audio guide: €5
To purchase an exhibition pass or reserve a group visit without a guide, buy your tickets
Click on “individuels” (individuals) or “groupes” (groups) in the dialogue box on the left-hand side.