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The two YSL films bowing this summer are gearing up to be a rival of epic (and probably legal) smackdowns. One is backed by the late designer's partner Pierre Bergé, who tweeted, "Two films on YSL? I hold the moral rights in the work of YSL's image and mine have authorised that of [film director] Jalil Lespert." Francois-Henri Pinault of Kering, which owns Saint Laurent, has the second film's back. [Vogue UK]