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So you’re not physically attending the Christie’s auction at the Grand Palais in Paris February 23–25. You can still own a piece of Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé’s massive, museum-worthy collection of furniture and art (valued roughly at $300 million). The sale’s catalogues—$65 each or $290 for all five—let you linger voyeuristically over the treasures the couple collected in their five decades together, like nineteenth-century drawings, Picasso paintings, or bronze Claude Lalanne mirrors, which covered the walls of their music room (a music room!), at right (Christie’s, 20 Rockefeller Plaza; 212-636-2000).


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