Mona Lucero dishes on YSL and the magic of haute couture
There is a white dress with birds (Tribute Dress to Georges Braque, 1988).
And there's a white beaded cape, also with birds. The beading on it is really cool -- you look at it and almost don't see the beads, they are so tiny.
Two body sculpture pieces: Gold with crepe georgette.
A. Guirkinger, © Fondation Pierre Berge-Yves Saint Laurent, Paris.
There's one African dress with black beads that shine and two breasts that jut out -- and they are all made of beading. This was from way before Jean Paul Gaultier or Madonna -- from 1967.