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FILE – On this Nov. 30, 2016, file photograph, French clothier Pierre Cardin acknowledges applause after a present to mark 70 years of his creations, in Paris. France’s Academy of Advantageous Arts says famed clothier Pierre Cardin has died at 98. (AP Picture/Christophe Ena, File)
PARIS – France’s Academy of Advantageous Arts says Pierre Cardin, the French designer whose House Age model was among the many iconic seems to be of Twentieth-century vogue, has died at 98.
A licensing maverick, Cardin’s title embossed myriad merchandise from wristwatches to bedsheets, making his label among the many world’s most well-known. Within the model’s heyday within the Nineteen Seventies and ’80s, his merchandise have been offered at some 100,000 retailers worldwide, although that quantity dwindled dramatically in later many years.
A savvy businessman, Cardin used his fabulous wealth to snap up top-notch properties in Paris, together with the Belle Epoque restaurant Maxim’s. He was inducted into the Advantageous Arts Academy in 1992.
The academy introduced his demise in a tweet Tuesday.
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