When it comes to the “artistic youth” within the luxury goods industry, Saint Laurent is undeniably a standout representative. Through various cross-border endeavors, such as establishing a film production company and premiering independent films, the brand’s profound artistic passion and genes are unmistakable. Recently, Saint Laurent has officially opened its own bookstore and record store in Paris, further contributing to its literary and artistic temperament.
Reportedly, the Saint Laurent store on Rue de Grenelle on the Champs-Élysées in Paris was originally the brand’s retail boutique, specializing in selling seasonal fashion, leather goods, and more. However, it has now officially transformed to offer a curated selection of books, record albums, art magazines, and art supplies. Saint Laurent aims to use this move to showcase even more to the outside world that it is closely tied to art and culture. The store is designed to provide the public with a special gallery-like space where fashion and art resonate deeply, allowing more people to personally experience the brand’s diverse aspects with taste and style.