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    Inside Yves Saint Laurent’s ‘decadent’ homes

    The apartment’s inside was established in the Artwork Deco type by French architect Jean-Michel in the 1920s, reflecting Saint Laurent’s obsession with the Jazz Age, which was also echoed in his all set-to-wear collections of the time. The designer was in thrall then to the streamlined nonetheless luxurious aesthetic of higher-conclusion Art Deco, and the apartment housed Eileen Gray’s Dragon armchair, stools by Pierre Legrain, vases by Jean Dunand, Gustave Miklos’s stools with a red lacquer frame and opulent pieces purchased at a 1972 sale of early 20th-Century couturier Jacques Doucet’s collection of modern art and furnishings. A new reserve, Yves Saint Laurent at Property – Everyday living with Yves…

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