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Sources  

  • Alice Rawsthorn. Yves Saint-Laurent, p. 169. Doubleday(1996).  
  • Infloox.

Notes

Notes

"Most of all he [Saint-Laurent] was moved by the work of Marcel Proust, burying himself in À la recherche du temps perdu… [Saint-Laurent writes:] 'I often pick it [this book] up but never finish it. I need to have it close to me. But some superstition tells me that if I reach the end something will happen. Nothing good' … Framed quotations from À la recherche were pinned aove his desk... " (Rawsthorn, p. 169)

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