Andy Warhol completes the famous portrait panels of Yves Saint Laurent based on a series of polaroids.
The original is still in the offices of the Pierre Bergé - Yves Saint Laurent Foundation.
The Proscénium gallery in Paris puts on an exhibit of Yves Saint Laurent's set designs and theater costumes. A second exhibit will take place at the same gallery in 1978.
Photo by Helmut Newton, taken on the Rue Houdinot. By taking fashion out of studios, Newton revolutionized fashion photography. This shot is one of Yves Saint Laurent's favorites.
I've been photographing everything he's done on mannequins or movie stars for a long time. And each time it's a big event for me; it's always exciting to photograph his fashion : Like me he's got a passion for women.
- Helmut Newton
Horst shoots another portrait of Yves Saint Laurent 20 years after his first photograph of the couturier. The four panels by Andy Warhol can be seen in the background.