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6 hours ago, ThePrematureBurial said:

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.

You're a fucking idiot.  Every word and phrase of that sentence is repleat with incorrect information and worse....incorrect inferences.
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Holy fuck! I just googled his collections, and damn what a horrible fucking designer he is. Some of his work looks weird and pretentious and no one would be caught dead wearing them.

 

I mean look at this shit, it looks like the ones on the left and right sides are about to be sucked into a pipe like a fucking Super Mario.

 

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Oh, and what about this so called "jacket"? I live in one of the coldest nations on the planet, and I'd rather freeze to death than walk outside wearing that abomination of a winter clothing.

 

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Jesus christ, I can't believe a 90+-year old DL-candidate is getting me all riled up like this. It's utter madness that he's a legend in the fashion industry.

 

Fuckin' hell!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Here's a soothing picture:

 

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It's a Pair Cardigan.

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You can pick up his polo shirts in all Sports Direct stores for the princely sum of £7.99 nowadays. Must have needed the money badly to let Mike Ashley drag his brand into the gutter, not that he will give a shit at his age.....

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8 hours ago, YoungWillz said:

Here's a soothing picture:

 

Image result for cardigan for menImage result for cardigan for men

 

It's a Pair Cardigan.

 

 

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17 minutes ago, Jeremy Corbyn said:

#Oh, Pierre Cardin.... Oh Pierre Cardin....#  I wonder if he's a socialist?

At least Robert Mugabe was funny.

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On 17/05/2019 at 15:44, gcreptile said:

He "feels young"

 

...as young as 97 is today... :birthday:

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16 hours ago, Drewsky1211 said:

98 today! :birthday:

Probably not his last birthday

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13 minutes ago, CoffinLodger said:

Probably not his last birthday

2020 death confirmed then. 

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Celebration of his birthday. Not bad, not bad...

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Obviously there's not a lot of news on him. Still, he strikes me as the type who turns 100 and dies soon after, maybe even immediately.

 

I would keep him on the list.

 

Just so this post isn't completely useless, here's some useless article on him from August: It does note that he is still working and sketching at 98.

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3 minutes ago, Ulitzer95 said:

Wow. That’s a shock.

 

20th hit though! :o

 

DId you, or any of us, ever think when we sat through that 5 month snooze in 2011 that one day there'd be a 20/50 year DL? Not me!

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