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YSL Spring 1979 Prêt-à-Porter Collection

Yves Saint Laurent changed fashion forever in 1966 when he became the first couturier to open a Prêt-à-Porter boutique in Paris, making fashion accessible to the masses. YSL was inspired by art and culture in everyday life. For his spring 1979 prêt-à-porter collection, he reinvisioned French nautical themes in a modern color palette. The looks captured on models Kirat Bhinder and Mounia Orosemane as they stroll along the Seine River in Paris on November 15, 1978. 

Our art prints are produced on acid-free archival matte paper using archival inks. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

Photographed by Tim Jenkins