Carlo Palazzi

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Carlo Palazzi
Born Urbino, Italy
Died May, 2000
Rome, Italy
Cause of death
Emphysema
Occupation Fashion designer
Known for Expensive men's wear
Awards Academy Award nomination, President Alta Moda in Rome, 1980s

Carlo Palazzi (died 2000) was an Italian fashion designer. The English company Jaeger licensed his work for an American line in the mid 1960s. Since then, he was licensed in Japan, Switzerland, Germany and Brazil. Customers at his shop on the Via Borgognona in Rome included George Hamilton, Marcello Mastroianni and Leonard Bernstein.

Palazzi also worked with the Italian film industry, designing clothes for 41 films. He received an Academy Award nomination for the clothing in La Cage Aux Folles and its sequel La Cage aux Folles II.

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