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Two-week old news.
Fashion designer Pierre Cardin said he won’t be able to attend a fashion show in the United States because of an unspecified accident.

The 94-year-old designer was scheduled to host the show in Newport, Rhode Island, on Saturday to celebrate an exhibition of his designs.

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3 hours ago, Sir Creep said:

Two-week old news.
Fashion designer Pierre Cardin said he won’t be able to attend a fashion show in the United States because of an unspecified accident.

The 94-year-old designer was scheduled to host the show in Newport, Rhode Island, on Saturday to celebrate an exhibition of his designs.

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Who are you, the National Enquirer. Stop creating hysteria where there is non. 

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Happy 95th birthday! :birthday:

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On ‎6‎/‎30‎/‎2017 at 19:56, RobertMugabe said:

Who are you, the National Enquirer. Stop creating hysteria where there is non. 

Creating hysteria is what we do here Bobby Muggs, as you should know.

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95 today! :birthday:

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7 minutes ago, Book said:

95 today! :birthday:

Have we gone back in time??

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13 minutes ago, Dead Wait said:

Have we gone back in time??

 

Oops, his birthday was on the 2nd of July.

It was written on http://deadpool.rotten.com/ that his birthday is today.

 

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1 hour ago, Book said:

 

Oops, his birthday was on the 2nd of July.

It was written on http://deadpool.rotten.com/ that his birthday is today.

 

It's ok, my country celebrates (well, just celebrated) it's independence on July 4th when in fact the document declaring such was signed on July 2nd.  Something about a straggler or two that needed to sign it weren't able to do so until the 4th; but the history books DO note that they were wearing Pierre Cardin chaps.

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PC with the biggest thimbles ever!!

I'm surprised he ever got any work done, with them getting in the way!

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5 minutes ago, Perfect Passing said:

If you have a spare $455 Million kicking around, you could acquire PC's old gaff!

 

Regarded as the world's most expensive house!

http://www.indiatimes.com/news/world/once-owned-by-known-designer-pierre-cardin-bubble-palace-is-the-world-s-most-expensive-house-326195.html

 

 

You can't take the word of anyone there, they live in a bubble 

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11 hours ago, JR976evil said:

You can't take the word of anyone there, they live in a bubble 

Perfect place for.Michael Buble.

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6 hours ago, redrumours said:

Perfect place for.Michael Buble.

Probably the best place for that no-talent ass clown (sorry, Michael Bolton)

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I was in Bratislava, Slovakia yesterday, and was hanging out in their (one and only) big mall, just minding my own business when I suddenly came across these monstrosities.

My first thought was: "Hey this guy is a DL pick!" 

Then: "Anybody who designs such grotesque clothing and sells it for such extravagant amounts of money doesn't deserve to live into his mid-90's."

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1 hour ago, Life Is Beautiful said:

Then: "Anybody who designs such grotesque clothing and sells it for such extravagant amounts of money doesn't deserve to live into his mid-90's."

Fuck haha. My knowledge of what he designed was pretty much absent outside of the bubble dress but after seeing those monstrosities, I really think it was better off that way. Seriously, I don't think he was interesting in living to his 90s, I think he was interested in living in the 90s

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Is it just me, or does his face look a little too puffy? 

 

(It's probably just me...) 

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Hubert Givenchy dead , Pierre Cardin no... wtf??!

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On ‎12‎.‎03‎.‎2018 at 19:03, Deadpool said:

Hubert Givenchy dead , Pierre Cardin no... wtf??!

Deathlist's second big miss after Bocuse. Their hit rate isn't too impressive this year.

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7 minutes ago, ThePrematureBurial said:

Deathlist's second big miss after Bocuse. Their hit rate isn't too impressive this year.

Again, I don’t think they were mentioned at all on the who should be on deathlist thread (or if they were, I don’t remember it), so they definitely don’t count as a miss imo. 

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5 minutes ago, Joey Russ said:

Again, I don’t think they were mentioned at all on the who should be on deathlist thread (or if they were, I don’t remember it), so they definitely don’t count as a miss imo. 

I have to admit that I missed Givenchy too. I prepared a list of famous elderly fashion designers a couple of weeks ago, but was too lazy to post it on the "possibilities" thread. I'm also angry that I did not put Malone & Gavin on my shadow list, even though I considered them for a moment. 

 

However, you deathlisters are supposed to have a nose for celebrities who will die soon, and Bocuse & Givenchy are two very famous names that you missed.

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Just now, ThePrematureBurial said:

Deathlist's second big miss after Bocuse. Their hit rate isn't too impressive this year.

I would argue the only big misses are Morgan Tsvangirai Liam Miller Roger Bannister and maybe Lewis Gilbert and Jimmy Armfield

 

Dodd was a big name to miss on fame and age grounds but he appeared so well last year that no one can seriously argue he is a genuine miss as most people if asked in December would have said he was very sprightly for 90.

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