• Tour code: 5717YVESSTLAURENT
  • Location: Paris, France
  • Duration: 75 minutes (approx.)

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Explore the studio of one of the greatest names in French fashion with a visit to the Pierre Bergé-Yves Saint Laurent Foundation in Paris. Delve into the designer’s work and life on a guided tour of the salons where some of his iconic haute couture collections were created. See original sketches, prototypes and personal artifacts for an intriguing behind-the-scenes look at this fashion legend. 


  • Tour of the Yves Saint Laurent studio in Paris
  • See first-hand where Yves Saint Laurent’s collections were born
  • Get a rare glimpse at original annotated sketches and prototypes
  • Hear about the life and times of the French fashion genius from your fashion-lover guide
  • Visit the reception rooms and enjoy access to current temporary exhibitions

What You Can Expect

Guided Tour of the Yves Saint Laurent Foundation in Paris

See where Yves Saint Laurent designed his famous fashion creations

One of the most influential designers of the 20th century, Yves Saint Laurent is credited with revolutionizing ready-to-wear collections and introducing the tuxedo suit for women. Get an insider’s glimpse into the life and work of this creative genius with a visit to his former fashion house in Paris, now called the Pierre Bergé-Yves Saint Laurent Foundation.

Make your way to the elegant mansion that houses the studio, just north of the Eiffel Tower, for a guided tour of the multifaceted exhibition space. Experience what it was like to be one of Saint Laurent’s clients in a ground-floor viewing and purchasing lounge. See original works of art by painters who inspired the designer, including Picasso, Matisse and Van Gogh, plus personal artifacts like a walking stick that was a gift from Christian Dior.

Wander through several well-appointed salons where Saint Laurent created many of the collections that defined his later career, and get insight into his creative process through original annotated sketches and prototypes of haute couture pieces that later graced Parisian runways. 

After your guided tour, stay to visit the temporary exhibits on display in the Foundation’s other salons.

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