The Homes of the Most Famous Fashion Designers
in modern history

Yves Saint Laurent
Yves Saint Laurent’s Jardin Majoreller

Saint Laurent discovered the Jardin Majorelle on his first visit to Marrakech, in 1966. Created in the 1920s by the French artist Jacques Majorelle, the 12-acre botanical garden was a tangle of cacti and exotic plants full of unique colours, including a intense, luxuriant blue patented by the artist. By the time of Saint Laurent’s visit, the garden and villa had fallen into disrepair, but the designer was so seduced by the place that in 1980 he bought it, revived the garden with the help of a of a botanist.

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