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Fashion Icons We Lost in 2022

Updated: Dec 9, 2022

We would like to take a moment to honor & pay our respects to the designers, editors, stylist, photographers who contributed so much to the industry. Paving a way for the next to come. January

André Leon Talley, Vogue Editor, 73 He once served as a stylist for United States President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama during their time in the White House; as well as styling Melania Trump for her 2005 wedding to Donald Trump.

Manfred Thierry Mugler, Fashion and Costume Designer, 73

One of fashion’s great showmen, Manfred Thierry Mugler’s work projected strength and fantasy.


Susanne Schöneborn, Vogue Cover Model, 79

Eight-time Vogue cover model

Patrick Demarchelier, Fashion and Portrait Photographer, 78

Patrick Demarchelier, balanced elegance and natural ease in his work. In 1989 he became the personal portraitist of Diana, Princess of Wales.


Ron Galella, Paparazzi Photographer, 91

“I’m really the super fan, but with me it’s a business.” That was Ron Galella whose paparazzi shots of the rich and famous helped define celebrity culture as we know it today.


Hanae Mori, Japanese Fashion Designer, 96

Her designs brought together elements of Japanese and Western dress to create, as she once said, “the atmosphere of the kimono.”

LaTisha Chong, Hair Stylist, 32

LaTisha Chong was a hair stylist who worked with stars like Serena Williams and Jeremy O. Harris, and as hair director for Telfar Clemens.

Eric Boman, Photographer and Tastemaker, 76

Known as the man who photographed “all things bright and beautiful for Vogue. September

William Klein, Photographer and Filmmaker, 96 Known for incorporating unusual elements into his photographs and videos

“I said ‘yes’ to everything. If an opportunity came along and I could do it, even if it was a little outside of my comfort zone, I said ‘yes,’ because you never know what it will lead to.”

Long Nguyen, Fashion Editor, 53

His first job in the industry was with Dolce & Gabbana and his grunge-focused editorials for Detour garnered much attention.


Lucinda Hollingsworth, Vogue Cover Model, 85

Signed with Ford Models after high school. She appeared on the cover of Vogue four times between 1956 and 1959, exuding the cool glamour of the era.

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