Death of Fashion Legend Yves Saint Laurent

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He wowed the fashion world at the age of twenty-one, launching a career that spanned nearly five decades. In 1958, he became Christian Dior's boy-wonder successor, finding inspiration on street corners and in the canvases of modern artists. Yves Saint Laurent died yesterday in Paris, leaving behind a fashion world that still bears his indelible mark. Robin Givhan, fashion editor for the Washington Post, offers an appreciation of how his designs changed fashion on and off the catwalk.

Credits

Guest:
Robin Givhan - Fashion Editor, Washington Post

Host:
Sara Terry

Producers:
Sonya Geis, Christian Bordal