The legendary French fashion designer and authorized expert Pierre Cardin (Pierre Cardin) died at the age of 98.
In the 1970s and 1980s, the name Cardin was printed on thousands of products, including watches and bed sheets, and sold in more than 100,000 stores worldwide.
Cardin is known for popularizing the space age style that became popular in the 1960s.
The French Academy of Fine Arts announced the death of Cardin in a tweet on Tuesday. It does not specify when the designer died or the cause of his death.
From before or after, fashion is always absurd. Cardin said in an interview with French television in 1970.
Together with André Courrèges and Paco Rabanne, Cardin began to specialize in “sharp shapes”
However, the appearance of the brand has remained basically unchanged for many years, resulting in a decline in sales.
Cardin was born in Italy in 1922, moved to France as a child, and became a tailor’s apprentice at the age of 14.
He worked as an assistant at the Paquin Palace and also collaborated with Jean Cocteau, Elsa Schiaparelli and Christian Dior.