Musée Yves Saint Laurent
French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent was smitten with Morocco from his first visit in 1966. Cementing his connection to the city, Musée Yves Saint Laurent opened in 2017 next door to Jardin Majorelle - Saint Laurent's second home - as an homage to YSL's life and 40 years of creative work. Designed by Studio KO, the terracotta facade guards the designer's sketches, haute couture fashions - including the famed peacoat and Mondrian dress - and accessories, in addition to a 150-seat auditorium, research library, bookstore and terrace café.
Rue Yves Saint Laurent, 40000