Earlier this month on Paris’ Rue Saint Honoré, Saint Laurent opened a new store and cultural destination called Rive Droite – so named because of its location on the city’s right bank, but also in reference to Yves Saint Laurent’s influential 1960s line Rive Gauche. The glossy, marble Rive Droite space, which is filled with mid-century furniture, is curated by Anthony Vaccarello (a further outpost has opened on Rodeo Drive, Los Angeles; the brand also held its S/S20 show in Malibu earlier this month). A new drop of ‘goodies’ arrive this week, a mixture of Saint Laurent clothing and accessories, art, photography, and vintage books and music (see: original retro boomboxes and David Bowie vinyls). There’s a playful mix of pieces: crocodile embossed leather bags, gold plated Saint Laurent skateboards, glittering Eiffel Tower snowglobes, a vintage arcade machine (a collaboration with Neo Legend), and, in collaboration with Self Service Magazine, a red silk scarf printed with an image of Kate Moss. See more of the products in the gallery below.