In Paris a new museum opened in memory of late fashion icon Yves Saint Laurent. The new Lego building designed by Danish star architect Bjarke Ingels. And: physical illusions by Serbian bodypainter Mirjana Milosevic.
He's been designing collections for Chanel for 30 years, photographing fashion, devising advertising campaigns and collecting masses of books. It's nearly impossible to capture icon Karl Lagerfeld in words.
As two museums celebrating the career of Yves Saint Laurent open, DW explores the great couturier's rivalry with another larger-than-life icon of fashion, the German designer Karl Lagerfeld.
From Orientalism to colonialism and independence, the double auction draws on 120 years of African art, with more than 70 works up for bidding.
Is there a more iconic silhouette than Christian Dior's New Look? Marking 70 years since the start of the fashion house, a Paris museum is hosting a huge retrospective on the life and work of the world-famous designer.
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