... Chanel Henri Robert 1974 Eau de Guerlain Guerlain Jean-Paul Guerlain 1974 Rive Gauche Yves Saint Laurent 1975 Zeste Mandarine Pamplemousse Creed 1976 Lily of the Valley Penhaligon's 1976 Violetta Penhaligon ... d'Hadrien Annick Goutal Annick Goutal 1981 Kouros Yves Saint Laurent Pierre Bourdon 1981 Must de Cartier Cartier Jean-Jacques Diener 1981 Nombre Noir Shiseido Jean-Yves Leroy 1981 Antaeus Chanel Jacques. 1982 Trussardi Trussardi 1982 Quorum Antonio Puig 1983 Paris Yves Saint Laurent Sophia Grojsman 1984 Coco Chanel Jacques Polge 1985 Obsession Calvin Klein Jean Guichard 1985 Poison Christian ...
... company filed a trademark infringement of its red-soled shoes against designer Yves Saint Laurent ... Judge Victor Marrero denied the firm's request to stop the sale of women's shoes with red soles by Yves Saint Laurent ... bottom of its shoes whenever the outer portion of the shoe is any color besides red, while Yves Saint Laurent can continue to sell its shoes with red soles as long as the whole shoe is red ...
... Marc Bohan for Christian Dior London Male Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche Female White wool coat hat Male Wool jacket, trousers sweater Alison Adburgham The Guardian 1974 Ottavio and Rosita ... chiffon evening dress and jeweled mules Lisa Armstrong The Times 2001 Tom Ford for Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche 'Peasant' ensemble of gauze top and velvet satin skirt, with boots and ...
... In 1977, Yves Saint Laurent Beaute launched Opium ... In 1986, Squibb sold the entire division back to Yves Saint Laurent for $500 million, who invested heavily in a new men's fragrance called Jazz ... successful and, coupled with the October 1987 market crash, Yves Saint Laurent sold Charles of the Ritz Incorporated (excluding Yves Saint Laurent Beaute) to Revlon in 1987 ...
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“A designer who is not also a couturier, who hasnt learned the most refined mysteries of physically creating his models, is like a sculptor who gives his drawings to another man, an artisan, to accomplish. For him the truncated process of creating will always be an interrupted act of love, and his style will bear the shame of it, the impoverishment.”
—Yves Saint Laurent (b. 1936)
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