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Yves Saint Laurent and Loulou de la Falise: Her bohemian aesthetic apparently captivated YSL so much that she inspired his legendary Le Smoking tuxedo in 1966, in addition to his 1970s Rive Gauche pieces. Professionally joining forces with Saint Laurent in 1972, de la Falaise designed jewelry for the house for 30 years before branching off and establishing her own line in 2002.
"Dressed in full honour of their wedding day - he in a cutaway, she in white, with all of the traditions: long sleeves, high neckline, a sweep of train. Dress in peau de soie (a rich reversible silk or rayon fabric) by Sophie, lace veil by Tatiana."