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Fashion designer Arnold Scaasi and his longtime boyfriend Parker Ladd were a ubiquitous fixture on the social scene until two years ago, when they vanished without a trace. The two — who had been p…
by strege.2 @ Clothes Lines
Sat Oct 22 11:15:38 PDT 2016
Barbara Bush When Barbara Bush took to the presidential campaign trail with her husband George H. W. Bush, her poof of white hair and witty personality earned her the nickname “First Grandmother.” When she wore her blue Scaasi gown to the inaugural ball in 1989, the designer deemed her “the most glamorous grandmother in the […]
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Romantic and intricately detailed gown by couture fashion designer Arnold Scaasi. Pink, Purple, Gold Paisley Print. 1970s Long Sleeve Maxi Dress Evening Gown.
Fashion designer Arnold Scaasi, who dressed movie stars, First Ladies and socialites, died Tuesday, Aug.
Respected New York designer Arnold Scaasi presents his new book "Scaasi: A Cut Above."
Fashion designer who brought feathers and flamboyant frocks to Hollywood and the White House
by admin @ Orbmagazine
Sun Oct 25 20:18:15 PDT 2015
EVER SINCE THE EDITOR of this magazine had the privilege of chatting with HRH The Prince of Wales and HRH The Duchess of Cornwall a few years ago at the Museum of Modern Art, we have admired their style and the skill with which they do their job. Charles is now forty years older than his mother was when she was enthroned, yet he is still waiting to learn if he will rule the United Kingdom. A new play now on Broadway, “King Charles III”, imagines how he will perform when he steps up to the plate. We asked three writers, Tom Dean Phillips, Belle McIntyre and Bergotte (whom you will remember from his coverage of the Arnold Scaasi memorial service), to tell us what they think about the production and the real-life inspirations for the characters. Their different perspectives are Rashomonesque. If you haven’t seen the play, this article will help you decide if you want to. If you have, this article might illuminate an angle you didn’t see from your seat in the dark. To read more, CLICK HERE.
by Richard Johnson @ Scaasi and longtime partner hospitalized simultaneously | Page Six
Fri Dec 13 14:54:55 PST 2013
Fashion designer Arnold Scaasi and his longtime boyfriend Parker Ladd were a ubiquitous fixture on the social scene until two years ago, when they vanished without a trace. The two — who had been planning to get married on their 50th anniversary together — were hospitalized simultaneously, and they still haven’t completely recovered. “They were...
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Scaasi was a designer and confidante to a bevy of First Ladies and New York insiders.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, i.e. The Met Museum
Arnold Scaasi, the designer of this ball gown, is best known for his evening wear designs, worn by a long list of celebrity clients primarily during the 1960s through the 1980s. Scaasi's work incorporates lavish surface decoration, often in the form of floral trimming, bright colors and full silhouettes that extend the proportions of the body
First Lady Laura Bush wearing Arnold Scaasi at a state dinner in 2001. Great American designer Arnold Scaasi died today at age 85, according to WWD. The...
by Marlise Schoeny @ Clothes Lines
Fri Dec 11 13:47:12 PST 2015
In 1997 Arnold Scaasi donated 56 garments to the Historic Costume & Textiles Collection. This was a perfect opportunity to feature a retrospective exhibition of his work which in 1998 became the exhibition, The Joy of Dressing Up.. We also held a fundraiser dinner with him as guest of honor. Scaasi and curator Gayle Strege chose […]
Designer Arnold Scaasi, whose bright, flamboyant creations adorned first ladies from Mamie Eisenhower to Laura Bush and film stars from Elizabeth Taylor to Barbra Streisand, has died. He was 85.
If all salesmen’s jobs were like this, Willy Loman would still be alive today. But high-fashion designer Arnold Scaasi is hardly any old drummer lugging a scuffed sample case. When he takes t…
Martha Stewart interviews designer Arnold Scaasi and they discuss his career and charity work.
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Designer Arnold Scaasi, whose flamboyant creations adorned first ladies from Mamie Eisenhower to Laura Bush and film stars from Elizabeth Taylor to Barbra Streisand, has died. He was 85.
NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project
overviewBetween May 1959 and early 1964, fashion designer Arnold Scaasi used this building, which he owned, as his design studio, showrooms, and residence.Scaasi would later gain worldwide attention when Barbra Streisand wore one of his most infamous designs to the 1969 Academy Awards.Header PhotoCredit: Christopher D. Brazee/NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project, 2016. On
Arnold Scaasi: Canadian-born American fashion designer who created flamboyantly glamorous eveningwear for actresses (Barbra Streisand, Diahann Carroll, and Mary Tyler Moore) and U.S. first ladies...
by admin @ Orbmagazine
Mon Oct 05 14:52:55 PDT 2015
SOME OF THE BEST ENTERTAINMENT in New York takes place at funerals, especially when the dearly departed had lived a long and eventful life. Arnold Scaasi falls into that category, and his memorial service last week at St. Bartholomew’s was as lively and as lovely as the soirees he attended every night for decades. Orbmagazine asked Bergotte, a veteran funeral-goer, to give us the rundown on Scaasi’s sendoff, and at the same time to describe other farewell ceremonies attended in the same stately sanctuary. To read more, CLICK HERE.
Celebrating the life—and homes—of the legendary designer
Clothing designer Arnold Scaasi, who dressed Barbra Streisand and Barbara Bush, Mary Tyler Moore and Joan Crawford, has died at 85. “I am definitely not a minimalist!” he explained of his approach. “Clothes with some adornment are more interesting to look at and more fun to wear.”
by Braden Keil @ STYLISH SCAASI CUTS APT. PRICE | New York Post
Thu Mar 27 01:00:00 PST 2003
ARNOLD Scaasi’s name isn’t the only thing that’s gone backward. Now the famed designer – originally Arnold Isaacs – has rolled back the price of his 12-room duplex apartment on the East River from $13.5 million to $11.95 million. The grandly scaled apartment, featured in Architectural Digest, has four bedrooms, 5.5 baths, wood-burning fireplaces, wine...
Arnold Scaasi, beloved fashion designer to the stars, especially among the First Ladies, died today at New York-Presbyterian Hospital in New York City at the age of 85.