Gianfranco Ferre

This past Sunday the fashion world lost a man that will forever leave an impact in the industry. Italian designer Gianfranco Ferre passed away suddenly after suffering a massive brain hemorrhage. He died in the San Raffaele Hospital in Milan. It can be said that “Ferré was often referred to as the ‘Frank Lloyd Wright of’ or ‘the architect of’ Italian fashion, not just because he had received a degree in architecture in 1969, but because his design approach was so rooted in sculptural lines and artistic ideals.”

From all of us, you will be missed and will forever be part of fashion as we know it.

Article and image via Telegraph

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