Pierre Cardin is a creative dreamer. His decision changed fashion forever, whether it was by introducing ready-to-wear, breaking the design tradition by breaking the unisex look of the space age, or creating the global business blueprint that the brand has followed to make high fashion collections accessible. He told me: “I never existed now” fashion In 1982. On Tuesday, the fashion industry mourned the news of the French designer’s death at the age of 98.
In 1954, his “Puff Skirt” was famous for its skirts similar to Puff Skirt, and achieved commercial success worldwide. Five years later, he showed his first ready-to-wear collection at the Printemps department store in Paris. This was a bold move that allowed him to be temporarily expelled from the French haute couture management agency Chambre Syndicale. In the 1960s, he shaped modern aesthetics in space-age fashion-futuristic series influenced by geometric shapes, and made of fabrics such as plastic and colorful vinyl. In the following decades, Cardin set the stage for modern brands by signing various accessories, perfumes and household goods. During his tenure, countless celebrities wore his designs, including Jackie Kennedy, Jenny Morrow, The Beatles and Naomi Campbell.
In 2019, the Brooklyn Museum hosted a Pierre Cardin: Future FashionAnd in 2020, Documentary Cardan House released. Check out some of his best moments below.