Get the exclusive privilege of entering the Musée Yves Saint Laurent Museum, reopened once again after more than a decade. Step through its grand historic doors, the same doors that Yves Saint Laurent’s clients stepped through during the mid 20th century. Inside you’ll discover over 450m² of the famous courtier’s work, celebrating the creative genius of YSL and showcasing more than 5,000 haute couture models in its collections – including the creative process behind these masterpieces. Soak up the unique atmosphere as you wander in sumptuous salons, preserved with their original decor, and walk through YSL’s unique heritage that revolutionized the fashion industry. Don’t miss the museum’s first thematic exhibition, Yves Saint Laurent: Dreams of the Orient, where the designer’s fascination with China, Japan, and India, brought forth innovative designs that displayed the unrivaled beauty of the far east. Discover the meticulous research and study that was poured into approximately fifty designs: see notable works such as the reimagination of the traditional Japanese kimono, reinterpretation of Indian gowns, and the 1977 autumn/winter collection influenced by Chinese styles. You’ll also get an insider look at how an haute couture house works––from the original sketches, photographs, collection boards and workshop sheets on display in the museum––before entering the important heart of the house, Yves Saint Laurent’s studio!