Yves Saint Laurent's Parisian duplex is now on the market, with an asking price of approximately $30 million, reports Women's Wear Daily.
The palatial 5,400-square-foot home at 55 Rue de Babylone also features a small garden. The iconic designer lived in the home from 1969 until his death in 2008.
Saint Laurent shared the duplex with Pierre Berge, his lifelong companion and cofounder of the YSL fashion house.
In November, Berge put the contents of his and Saint Laurent's home up for auction. The four-day event held at Christie's in Paris garnered over $13.4 million, which Berge pledged to HIV/AIDS research.
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