Yves Saint Laurent's ashes scattered in Morocco
The ashes of French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent have been scattered in the garden of his villa in the Moroccan city of Marrakech.
Yves Saint Laurent died of a brain tumour on 1 June aged 71.
A second ceremony followed in the adjoining Majorelle botanical gardens which Yves Saint Laurent and his partner Pierre Berge bought in 1980.
His funeral was held in Paris last week, attended by 800 mourners from across the world.
Among the guests at the church were fashion designers Jean-Paul Gaultier, Hubert de Givenchy, John Galliano and Vivienne Westwood as well as French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Saint Laurent's 95-year-old mother, Lucienne.
Pierre Berge paid a tribute to his long-term partner: "You could have slid into fashions at times," he said, "but instead you remained faithful to your own style, and you were quite right, for that style is now everywhere, perhaps not in fashion, but in the streets of the whole world."