Fred Segal, a notable Los Angeles-based superstar model store, died Thursday
LOS ANGELES — Fred Segal, a notable Los Angeles-based superstar model store, died Thursday. He used to be 87.
Segal died from the headaches of a stroke at a Santa Monica health center, his publicist mentioned Friday.
Segal “used to be an innovator, a ahead philosopher, a rule-breaker, a mentor to such a lot of, one of these lover of existence and a humanitarian,” his circle of relatives mentioned in a observation bought through the Hollywood Reporter. “Any person who knew him felt his robust power. He labored his entire existence to have self-love and to show all folks to like one any other.”
His corporate’s web page counts the Beatles, Diana Ross, Elvis Presley and Farrah Fawcett as his earliest fanatics.
Segal opened his first store in West Hollywood in 1961, the place he bought denim denims and flannel and velvet ensembles, the Los Angeles Instances reported.
The Hollywood Reporter mentioned Segal’s ivy-covered location in West Hollywood changed into a star hotspot over time and used to be featured prominently within the 1995 vintage youngster comedy movie “Clueless.”
“Lucy! The place’s my white collarless blouse from Fred Segal?” Alicia Silverstone’s Cher says.
The Hollywood Reporter mentioned it used to be no longer unusual to peer actress Cameron Diaz or different primary stars like Jennifer Aniston perusing the malls at Fred Segal or eating at its eating place.
He’s survived through his spouse, 5 youngsters and two stepchildren.