Loulou de la Falaise was a muse, collaborator, and designer, best known for her magnetic sense of style that inspired Yves Saint Laurent and captivated the rest of the world. With her passing last week, we lost a style icon who, from the decadent ‘70s until the present day, mixed party-girl and bohemian sensibilities to show off colourful, playful outfits and design show-stopping accessories. Shop this guide, and emulate the gal whose free-spirited style always stood out in a crowd.
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Long-time Yves Saint Laurent muse and collaborator Loulou de la Falaise passed away this weekend at the age of 63. Most know her for her relationship with the legendary designer and her bohemian way of accessorizing outfits with turbans, headscarves, and her oversized baubles, but we didn’t think that was enough. We’ve rounded up our favourite facts and anecdotes sure to live on in Loulou’s legacy:
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TIFF party pics: Pierre Bergé and YSL muses Loulou de la Falaise and Betty Catroux at the premiere of L’amour fou
It is a rare occasion indeed for Torontonians to rub shoulders with a fashion titan like Yves Saint Laurent‘s longtime partner, and co-ounder of YSL Rive Gauche, Pierre Bergé. But rub shoulders they did–an elite group, anyway–at the after party for the world premiere of Pierre Thoretton‘s documentary, L’amour fou. The film, which traces Saint Laurent’s career through the lens of his relationship with Bergé, and the ultimate auctioning off of their collection of art, furniture and objets, features extensive conversations with Bergé, as well as talks with the designer’s muses Loulou de la Falaise and Betty Catroux, who were staples on the Paris fashion scene. Read more »