(AFP) – Two museums dedicated to the work of French designer Yves Saint Laurent (1936-2008) will open in the fall of 2017, one in Paris and one in Marrakesh, announced Wednesday the Foundation Pierre Bergé -Yves Saint Laurent.

Both museums will allow the foundation, which maintains 40 years of creation of fashion designer, to expose a part of his collection, consisting of over 5,000 high-fashion clothing, accessories and 15,000 tens of thousands of sketches, collection boards, photographs, etc. Yves Saint Laurent had indeed since the creation of his fashion house in 1961 archived all his work. The Paris museum will occupy the historic fashion house of 5, Avenue Marceau (16th arrondissement) that was home for nearly 30 years, from 1974-2002, the creations of Yves Saint Laurent, and where the foundation headquarters since 2004.

“A constantly updated presentation will allow the public to become aware of the richness of this heritage. The ancient couture salons and the design studio of Yves Saint Laurent will be integrated into the course, plunging visitors into the heart of process of creating the fashion house, “says the foundation. This venue has already hosted over the past twelve years more than twenty exhibitions dedicated to art, fashion and design, including Yves Saint Laurent.

Another Yves Saint Laurent museum will open in Marrakech, the city couturier had discovered in 1966 and where he stayed regularly. “The importance of Morocco in his work was such that it was natural to build a museum from the collections of the foundation,” said Pierre Berge, his former partner and co-founder of the fashion house, quoted in the statement said. The museum will be located rue Yves Saint Laurent, near the Jardin Majorelle and the couturier Pierre Bergé had acquired and saved as a real estate project in 1980, and receives, with its Berber museum, almost 700,000 visitors a year.

The new building, with an area of ​​4,000 m2, will include a permanent exhibition space presenting the work of Yves Saint Laurent in an original scenography Christophe Martin, a temporary exhibition hall, an auditorium, a research library and a coffee shop.

The yankee magazine “Robb Report”, specialist in product and luxury destinations, stratified Marrakesh in its high ten best twenty one most well liked luxury destinations within the world.

In this finish of year, Morocco continues to receive accolades of every kind. once the Mandarin Oriental, named best luxury building in 2015, it had been the flip of the town of Marrakesh to put within the high ten of the highest luxury destinations within the world, consistent with a ranking by the U.S.A. magazine “Robb Report “, specialist in product and luxury destinations.

The latest edition of this leading magazine for patrons on the lookout for high-end product highlights, besides the splendor of riyads and luxury hotels within the medina, the ocher town continues to expand into the adjacent desert to strengthen and diversify its provide.
The area of the palm attracts, for years, the most important investors within the sector recently with several openings “whose Namaskar Palace of the Oetker assortment, and therefore the elegant equestrian oasis Selman Marrakech”, notes the publication.
South of the town, Mandarin Oriental Marrakesh was inaugurated last Oct “in the center of olive groves and course enclosed by palm trees,” whereas the Brobdingnagian Amanjena (more than 5 hectares) has reopened once renovation many months by one among the simplest British architects.
The Ochre town and its suburbs still attract the most important investors within the world, with following gap of Grace close to Marrakesh Tameslouht, concludes the publication.

Ouzoud  waterfalls are of about 110 meters high, on three levels, on the river ouzoud, to 1060 m altitude in the Middle Atlas in Morocco. This vast site is an important Moroccan tourist place in Beni Mellal 120 km and 150 km northeast of Marrakech.

The Graves Saadiens in Marrakech  in Morocco, date from the time of the great sultan Ahmad al-Mansur Saadi (1578-1603). These tombs were discovered only around 1917 and then restored by the department of Fine Arts. They constantly since then to impress visitors with the beauty of their decoration.