Earlier today, Fondation Pierre Bergé announced that they will be opening two museums dedicated to the work of the late Yves Saint Laurent -- in the two cities where Saint Laurent himself spent most of his time, Paris and Marrakech.
Set to be open sometime next year, the Paris Museum will be housed at Saint Laurent's original studio and completely recreate his atelier alongside rotating archival exhibits, which includes 5000 pieces of haute couture. The Marrakech branch, on the other hand, will be located near the designer's final resting place, Jardin Majorelle, and will supposedly include a library and restaurant. Let's hope one of 'em will have a Le Smoking suit.
[h/t The Cut]