She would have turned 100 years old this month. In this picture she wears a simple skirt, a simple sweater, but a big smile! A friend said: “ For her to dress up for big events means to wear a clean shirt”. An issue of Vogue in 1959 describes her as a feminine, petite lady with pink lipstick, a small nose, not beautiful but attractive, mostly because “she is passionate, enthusiastic, warm…a woman definetely happy with only a hint of rage in her eyes”.
A simple lady…and yet…she became an icon in the world of design.
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