Discover LE VESTIAIRE DES PARFUMS, a wardrobe of fragrances inspired by the emblematic creations of the couturier Yves Saint Laurent, now available to explore in a limited edition discovery set.
Dress yourself in TUXEDO, BLOUSE, SAHARIENNE and GRAIN DE POUDRE: Distinctive and timelessly elegant, four signature scents with couture sensibility.
In 1966, Yves Saint Laurent invented his version of the Tuxedo by turning it into women’s evening wear. TUXEDO is as troubling as the iconic suit, matching the lushness of Patchouli with the sensual intensity of Spices
In 1962, Yves Saint Laurent turned the humble cotton smock into a delicate silk blouse. This taste for creative transgression is reflected by BLOUSE: a single, fragile Rose energized by vibrant Galbanum and zesty Pink pepper.
By adapting the Safari jacket for women in 1968, Yves Saint Laurent combined freedom with elegance. SAHARIENNE captures this perfect balance, blending the sensuality of white Musk with fresh, vibrant Neroli.
GRAIN DE POUDRE
In the mid-60s, Yves Saint Laurent borrowed this fabric from the masculine wardrobe to design sophisticated couture dresses and suits. GRAIN DE POUDRE translates this alchemy by matching powdery Violet with cool Sage.