DESCRIPTION: Sleek black dresses with oversized bows, Parisian chic wool coats, and lacy wedding dresses for the royal and famous. As the youngest head designer of Christian Dior, Yves Saint Laurent brought unforgettable collections to the runways during his early years at Dior. But when his genius leads him to more experimental designs like color-blocked shifts, unhappy financiers and critics intensify their pressure on an already fragile Saint Laurent. From 1931 to 1970, the Empire State Building reigned as the world's tallest building. With its imposing height and sleek design, it was the perfect backdrop for Yves Saint Laurent's beautiful collections. Located in Midtown Manhattan, it’s also a short subway ride away from the luxury stores that bear his name. Scroll down to see more film locations identifed from Yves Saint Laurent.