The French fashion giant had a long love affair with film, including his biggest fan Catherine Deneuve whom he called his “muse”. YSL dressed her for the films Belle De Jour (1967), La Chamade (1968), La Sirène du Mississipi (1969), Un Flic (1972), Liza (1972), and The Hunger (1983). He also was the costume designer for films featuring Jean Seberg, Claudia Cardinale, Capucine and Leslie Caron. He had two documentaries done on him and his business by David Teboul: Yves Saint Laurent: His Life and Times and Yves Saint Laurent 5 avenue Marceau 75116 Paris.
R.I.P. Yves Saint-Laurent
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