Fausto Sarli

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Fausto Sarli
Born 1927
Died December 9, 2010
Nationality Italian
Occupation Fashion designer
Website http://www.sarlicouture.it/

Fausto Sarli (1927 – 9 December 2010)[1] was an Italian fashion designer.


Sarli was born in Naples in 1927 and died in Rome December 9, 2010. He presented his first collection at the Palazzo Pitti in Florence[2] in 1954 at the age of 29. In 1958, he established his own house, in Naples. He opened ateliers in Rome on Via Veneto and Milan. Sarli exports its collections mainly to the United States, Canada, Japan and the Persian Gulf countries. He created dresses for Ornella Vanoni, Carla Fracci, Valentina Cortese, Carla Bruni, Valeria Mazza, Mina, Elizabeth Taylor and Monica Bellucci.

Italian President Giorgio Napolitano praised Sarli's originality, sobriety and quality in his message of condolence.[3]


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