Pierre Cardin, who has a Palm Springs star, dies at 98

French style designer Pierre Cardin, regarded for 1960s-period avant-garde and Area Age appears to be like and pioneering all set-to-dress in fashion, has died at age 98. 

His loss of life was declared by French Academy of Fantastic Arts on Tuesday. The academy did not give a lead to of death or say the place or when he died.

Cardin, who dressed the Beatles, received a star on Palm Springs’ Wander of Stars previously this year. The designer was also the subject of a documentary, “Home of Cardin,” by Palm Springs filmmakers P. David Ebersole and Todd Hughes. 

Born Pietro Cardin in 1922 to French parents in their vacation property in San Biagio di Callalta near Venice, Cardin’s spouse and children remaining Italy two a long time later to escape fascism and moved again to Sainte-Etienne in central France, wherever Pierre grew up.