Anthony Vaccarello Curates First Exhibition At Former Colette Location Saint Laurent Rive Droite

Fancy.

Right where iconic concept store Colette once stood on rue Honoré in Paris, Saint Laurent have created Rive Droite — a cultural and creative concept store, which is curated by the house’s creative director Anthony Vaccarello.

This week, they’ve opened Vaccarello’s first exhibit of works, which features some heavy names including Helmut Newton, Daido Moriyama and Hiro, each showing some really iconic works. Among them, some super rare pieces of furniture are also exhibited (and for sale, if you must) courtesy of designers like Pierre Jeanneret and Jean Prouvé. Very fancy!

The space also has room for a library of printed matter and music, and will eventually hold performances and other cultural happenings — making the Saint Laurent universe just so much bigger.

Images: courtesy Saint Laurent

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