VMFA ft. Yves Saint Laurent Exhibit

Monday, June 19, 2017
I finally went to the Yves Saint Laurent Exhibit at the Virginia Fine Arts Museum!
It has honestly been so long since I went to a museum that I was just super excited about this visit.
Plus, I mean, it's Yves Saint Laurent!
I tried to zoom in to get the details of this gown but it was quite hard since the rooms were dimly lit and I was just using a point and shoot camera.
Alongside the collections, there was a wall full of croquis!
To be honest, I can spend all day looking at croquis. 
This is probably one of my favorites.

The original Opium perfume design.
This dress is just amazing! Absolutely love the big bow in the back.
From sketch to final
Love this period.
If you've been following me for a while, you'll already know how I love to mix feminine and masculine pieces together - here is where it all began!

I know this is a really random photo, but I just had to since our boots were so similar!
I believe this is the period inspired by his worldly travels to different countries.

I don't remember what this period was, but the silhouette is stunning!
This period was like the best of both worlds. 
Can you guess the paintings he drew inspiration from?
I had a lot of fun trying to remember my art history.
This period was also really interesting. 
I love the transition of colors in the spectrum and all the corresponding fabric samples.
It also seem like each design and color emulated a certain country's style.

The visit was amazing! 
While reading and looking through the exhibit, it reminded me so much of what I had learned when I was in school. It was also really inspiring seeing how it all began for him and where he pulled his inspirations. So happy to see one of my favorite couture/luxury designers' collections in person.

I believe this exhibit last through the summer so if you guys would like to see these collections in person, you still have time!

3 comments on "VMFA ft. Yves Saint Laurent Exhibit "
  1. Oh my gosh! I can't believe I missed this! The pics look incredible, thank you for sharing this. I love the color studies and fabric swatches!

    1. Thank you! I think the exhibit is here until August if you still want to check it out :D


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