The loss of the iconic Oscar de la Renta is felt around the world today and we send our thoughts and prayers to his loved ones…”Never, ever confuse what happens on a runway with fashion,” Mr. de la Renta once said. “A runway is spectacle. It’s only fashion when a woman puts it on. Being well dressed hasn’t much to do with having good clothes. It’s a question of good balance and good common sense.” The Icon the legend Mr. Oscar de la Renta #RIP #oscardelarenta
Deeply saddened by the passing of the legendary Oscar de la Renta. The Father of American Fashion, one of the greatest talents of our time, a true icon of our day. The eternal gentleman who created beauty and elegance for over a half a century. It was always a humbling experience to be in his presence and a true privilege to dress so many women in his timeless bridal gowns this is an honor I will cherish throughout my lifetime…
Camille T. Russler and designer Oscar de la Renta at the 2010 Bridal Fashion Week
19 Mar 1991 | American designer Oscar de la Renta acknowledges the crowd’s reaction to his Paris debut collection with models Linda Evangelista and Yasmeen Ghauri as the Autumn Winter ready-to-wear shows at the Louvre
EABride Gina Menendez and Camille T. Russler during her Ever After Appointment
At Ever After each day we share in the amazing showroom moments which are experienced with our Ever After Brides! This is a very special moment I shared with one of my beautiful Oscar de la Renta #EABride’s Gina Marie Menendez on our showroom floor.
“Things never happen by accident. They happen because you have a vision, you have a commitment, you have a dream.”
Vogue editor Anna Wintour departs after a memorial service for the designer Oscar de la Renta in New York funeral November 3, 2014
- Annette de la Renta, wife of late fashion designer Oscar de la Renta departs with mourners after a memorial service for the designer in New York on November 3, 2014.
Models in the Spring 2015 Bridal Oscar de la Renta collection at the Ever After Event.
Oscar de la Renta the doyen of American fashion, whose career began in the 1950s in Franco’s Spain and sprawled across the better living rooms of Paris and New York, and who was the last survivor of that generation of bold, all-seeing tastemakers, died on Monday at his home in Kent, Conn. He was 82. His death was confirmed by wife, Annette de la Renta. The cause was complications of cancer.
Oscar de la Renta will forever live through his designs