This remarkable documentary on one of the most remarkable fashion designers of all times, Yves Saint Laurent, was another breath-taking experience, where digesting the whole beauty on the big screen becomes almost unbearable.
In this gorgeous piece, Pierre Thoretton showcases the life of Yves and his love life with his long-life business partner, Pierre Bergé, as well as their mind blowing art collection, comparable with a real museum. I admire Yves Saint Laurent, not only for his creative and artistic streak and the fact that he changed the way women dressed by introducing Prêt-à-Porter for the first time, but also for his delicate personality and big heart.
Documentaries in general - and on such artists in particular - have a great impact on me and "L'Amour Fou" was no exception.
Labels: L'Amour Fou, Pierre Bergé, Pierre Thoretton, Toronto International Film Festival, Yves Saint Laurent