Emilio Schuberth

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Emilio Federico Schuberth (Naples, 1904 - Rome, 1972) was an Italian designer popular in the 1940s and 1950s.[1]

Schuberth was called the "tailor of the stars". His work was loved by many international stars like Princess Soraya, Rita Hayworth, Ingrid Bergman, Bette Davis, Brigitte Bardot, Sofia Loren, Gina Lollobrigida and Anna Magnani.

Schuberth took part in the historic parade of the Pitti Palace in Florence in 1951, becoming one of the leaders of the fledgling Italian fashion. In 1953, he helped to find many famous fashion designers including the Fontana sisters, Alberto Fabiani, Vincent Ferdinand, Giovannelli-Sciarra, Mingolini-Heim, Garnet, Simonetta Stefanelli the U.S. - Italian High Fashion Syndicate. He was best known in the '60s for his whimsical style and the dream like creations. As a master of Italian fashion, his students were Valentino and Roberto Capucci.

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  1. ^ "Emilio Federico Schuberth Profile". FashionModelDirectory. Archived from the original on 2011-05-30. Retrieved 2011-05-30. 

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