By Related Press,
MADRID — David Delfin, a Spanish fashion designer, has died after a battle with most cancers. He was 46.
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy expressed his condolences for Delfin’s demise on Sunday.
Rajoy stated in a telegram despatched to Delfin’s household printed on the Spanish authorities’s web site that Delfin “was one of the crucial charismatic and inventive fashion designers in Spain” who “leaves an incomparable legacy.”
Born in Malaga, Delfin co-based a studio in Madrid in 2001. A 12 months later he made his mark as considered one of Spain’s most provocative designers by overlaying fashions’ faces with hoods and placing nooses round their necks at the Pasarela Cibeles fashion present.
He went on to win a number of worldwide awards and earned Spain’s Nationwide Award for Fashion Design in 2016 for “creating his personal avant-garde universe.”
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