Pierre Bergé Talks Hedi Slimane and Yves Saint Laurent

SUZY: I want to ask you something. I wrote an article ages ago when I said that Karl played Salieri to the Mozart of Saint Laurent. Do you think that is true?
BERGE: Karl's problem is the following: it's like two starlets in the theatre or cinema, when one becomes Marilyn Monroe and the other is a nobody. I like Karl a lot - I've known him for ever. He is really cultivated and very intelligent.
Karl's big problem is that he has never been successful with his own label. And he has not been able to reach the same level of success as under the name of Chanel. It is sad.

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Do you take a lot of pictures when you’re not in your studio? 
I’m not the kind of photographer who always has a camera around his neck, always taking pictures of everything, with the fear of losing the moment. My life is full of pictures I didn’t take, or that I just took with my mind because I wasn’t fast enough with the camera. Maybe one day I’ll write a book about the pictures I didn’t take. (Laughs)

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              SAINT LAURENT SKINNY
              BOY MEETS GIRL
              LOS ANGELES PARIS
              JUILLET 2012
         IMAGES: HEDI SLIMANE
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Hedi Slimane says

"There is always a part of what you do that refers to your childhood, or youth. I was precisely just like any of these guys I photograph, or that walk my shows. Jackets were always a little too big for me. Many in high school, or in my family, were attempting to make me feel I was half a man because I was lean, and not an athletic build. They were bullying me for some time, so that I might feel uncomfortable with myself, insinuating skinny was 'queer.' There was certainly something homophobic and derogative about those remarks. I was eating quite much, doing a lot of sport, but when I was 15, 16 or 17, that was simply the way I was built. I would turn to my music heroes, and this was comforting. They looked the same and I wanted to do everything to be like them, and not hide myself in baggy clothes to avoid negative comments. David Bowie, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Mick Jones, Paul Weller, I felt connected to their allure, aesthetic and style."


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