Italian fashion designer Laura Biagiotti dies at 73 in Rome – Los Angeles Times

Laura Biagiotti has died in Rome, after suffering a cardiac arrest on Wednesday evening. She was 73. The Italian designer, who died early Friday, is survived by her daughter Lavinia, vp of the household-owned group. For years, mom and daughter took a bow collectively at the tip of every fashion present in Milan.

A funeral service will likely be held on Might 27 at the Santa Maria Degli Angeli church in the Italian capital.

Recognized for her luxurious cashmere items and female silhouettes, Biagiotti contributed to the success of Italian fashion all over the world. The primary Laura Biagiotti assortment debuted in 1972 at the Sala Bianca in Florence, along with designs by Ottavio and Rosita Missoni, Walter Albini, Krizia’s Mariuccia Mandelli and Gianfranco Ferré.

Biagiotti was the primary Italian designer to current a fashion present in China, and among the many first to indicate in Russia. The China occasion occurred in Beijing on April 25, 1988, adopted by an occasion at the Grand Theater of the Kremlin in February 1995.

Let's spread the love!