French-style chateau to host UK’s first Yves Saint Laurent exhibition

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Cocktail dress inspired by Pop Art Haute couture collection Fall-Winter 1966A French-style chateau in northeastern England will host Britain’s first exhibition dedicated to the legendary French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent, it was announced on Sunday. “Yves Saint Laurent: Style is Eternal”, which runs from July 11 to October 25, will see 50 outfits displayed alongside fashion and textile items from the permanent collection at the Bowes Museum. It will include iconic pieces such as the Mondrian dresses and the tuxedo, which Saint Laurent pioneered as a garment for women. The Bowes Museum, built in the late 19th century in County Durham and now housing an extensive private collection of European fine and decorative arts, may not seem an obvious location. USA, LLC