Yves sketching designs in chalk after being named Christian Dior's successor in 1957.
Yves adjusts a dress on Farah Dibah, the wife of the Shah of Iran, 1959.
A dress inspired by Piet Mondrian, 1965.
YSL Pop art dress 1966.
Yves with two models outside of his "Rive Gauche" ready-to-wear shop in 1969.
YSL was a master of tailoring, and brilliant at making traditional male cuts feminine.
YSL working from home in 1968.
YSL Bridal look 1968's Spring-Summer collection: bra and panties made with flowers and a tulle veil.
PVC Coat with Knitted Sleeves 1966.
1968 Winter/Fall Collection.
Portrait of YSL 1985.
I am sure we can all agree that Yves Saint Laurent was one of the best male designers in the last 100 years, and for that we thank him.