Yves Saint Laurent is a name that needs no introduction. He made his debut in the fashion world at a very young age, suddenly succeeding Christian Dior at the helm of the prestigious Parisian maison as a stylist in 1958. After just four years, Saint Laurent launched his brand in 1962, revolutionizing women's clothing with his iconic creations in a career lasted nearly half a century. This exhibition, organized with the full cooperation of the Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris, marks the first retrospective of the designer’s works ever to be staged in Japan after his death. Throughout his long journey in the fashion world, Yves Saint Laurent consistently devised styles with universal appeal while taking inspiration from a diverse range of cultural and historical influences. The exhibition presents a comprehensive overview of Yves Saint Laurent’s work, from his debut at Dior and the first collection that appeared under his own brand to the establishment of his own style, through 110 of the designer’s looks as well as accessories, drawings, and photographs.