a preview in retrospect.

I had the distinguished privilege of attending a media preview of YVES SAINT LAURENT: THE RETROSPECTIVE at the Denver Art Museum this afternoon. While pouring over a myriad of images to lead into the post, I settled on the above…because a male designer posing nude in the 1960s is about as wildly incongruous as Denver, Colorado being selected as the only city in the United States to receive the show. The preview was led by the distinguished Pierre Bergé, long-time partner of the designer + director of the Fondacion Yves Saint Laurent. Our tour guide was the impossibly chic Parisien curator, Florence Müller, dressed appropriately in a YSL signature trapeze line dress, all black of course – the designer’s favorite colour to sculpt a silhouette.

the grand finale….a two story wall of YSL tuxedo suits. le smokin!

YSL handbag, vintage top hat, Theory smoking jacket + cigarette pant, Alexander Wang booties

The exhibit runs from March 25 – July 8 and it is not to miss. Why Denver? Because the city was started by great pioneers.

 

JJ Scholl is a luxury travel + lifestyle blog created by Jenny Lee Walsh, a leading fashion + editorial stylist in Denver and Aspen, Colorado. Jenny also designed + launched the JJ Scholl luggage line inspired by vintage panniers + a family heritage travel.

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This entry was published on March 22, 2012 at 4:39 PM. It’s filed under fashion and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

One thought on “a preview in retrospect.

  1. Katie Winslow on said:

    Fabulous post! What an extraordinary installation, CAN hardly wait to see it tomorrow. Not sure if I will even be able to sleep tonight. You are beautiful!

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