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Email Yves Saint Laurent, the Algeria-born French fashion designer who rocked the second half of the 20th century, defined poetic opulence, domestically speaking.
Then there were the Moroccan residences with Arabian Nights decors that, like the apartment in Paris and the manoir in Normandy, exhibited the genius of Grange as well as the Maghrebi-mod stylings of Marrakech architect Bill Willis. Saint Laurent in his rue de Babylone bedroom in , with Hazel, his Chihuahua. Behind the bed hangs a Pierre Colin study of Josephine Baker; a lynx spread covers the bed. The men met in , at a dinner party, and ended their fraught romance in but they remained symbiotically, complicatedly intertwined for life.
With two tall casement windows that overlooked a green-on-green garden where Asian box turtles lumbered, the rue de Babylone dining room was uncomplicated yet snappy. The latter, in turn, was topped by a disc of Carrara marble. The dining room as it appeared in AD in What had been spare and sunny had become practically papal. A photograph of Saint Laurent, snapped the day before his final show in , captures him waiting for luncheon to be served, seated in an 18th-century Italian Rococo giltwood chair that would not look out of place at the Vatican.
White bought them in the s from the princely Genoese family that commissioned them in the s. Pine-green damask cloaks the formerly bare windows, narrowing the apertures for natural light, and the formerly snowy floor has been paved with highly reflective black marble. Saint Laurent dines at home on January 21, , the day before his last fashion show. Yet a touch of the old days remained. The simple goblet set before Saint Laurent is from the same set pictured in Vogue more than 30 years before.
The Chinese covered jars remained, too, but since every available surface was too crowded to display them, they had migrated to the floor, almost unnoticed amid the splendor. Our website, archdigest.
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