Yves Saint Laurent’s First Fragrance: Y (1964)

Research sketch of the bottle for the fragrance Y, 1964  © Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris   It was Paul Poiret who first established that special bond between the designs of haute couture with scent at the beginning of the 20th century. The designer fragrance was meant as an accomplishment of the couturier's spirit, as well as the woman-in-question's finished look. Most people, however, as...
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