BACK TO THE FUTURE
On the last week of October 2010 Pierre Cardin visited Manhattan.
He received an award from a Cardin-clad Marisa Berenson
at the Fashion Group International's "Night of Stars" gala, signed his new book CARDIN
and hosted his own fashion show at the very cool Milk Studios
All this was in celebration of the eighty-eight-year-old genius' sixty years in fashion.
Routinely unpredictable and eclectic, Cardin, a goodwill ambassador for UNESCO, is the owner of the historic turn of the century restaurant Maxim’s
(as well as its varied branches and products), as well as Vaucluse Castle, once the Marquis de Sade
's lair in La Coste and now partially restored, where he holds music festivals. He also lives part of the time in an antique, lavish and fabled Venetian palazzo Casanova
Apprenticed with Schiaparelli
and eventually head of the Dior
atelier, Cardin founded his own house in ... Read More