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Saint Laurent to Open in Tysons Galleria Wednesday

The new boutique will unveil an ultra-sleek, modern design.

Saint Laurent’s storefront in Tysons Galleria. Photograph via TAA PR.

Getting your hands on a classic Sac de Jour just became immensely easier: Saint Laurent’s long-awaited boutique in Tysons Galleria officially opens its doors on Wednesday.

We first received word back in November that the iconic French label, known for its mastery of Parisian-inspired neutrals and impeccable suiting, would be setting up shop in our ‘hood—and have had our eyes glued to the site ever since. We’ve just confirmed that the store will open on the Galleria’s second level at 10 AM Wednesday, May 21, and will sell both men’s and women’s ready-to-wear alongside accessories (hello, new handbag).

More reason to see the space: The boutique will boast a interior crafted by French designer Hedi Slimane, who describes the predominantly monochromatic space as a “modernist transposition of French Art Deco techniques and materials.” You’ll find such cool accents as leather upholstery, a plethora of mirrors, and minimalist display cases, beautifully complementing the brand’s powerful, luxe aesthetic.

There’s no word yet on the status of nearby Prada, also slated to open in the Galleria this year—but we’ll continue to post updates as we hear them.

Saint Laurent. Starting Wednesday, open 10 to 9 Monday through Saturday; 12 to 6 Sunday. 2001 International Dr., McLean.

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