Issey Miyake, influential Japanese fashion designer, dies aged 84







Japanese fashion designer Issei Miyake, loved by the industry for her constant wrinkles, has died at the age of 84. He died of cancer on August 5, The office added that a memorial service with his family and friends had already been held, but that a memorial service would not be held at Miyake’s request. Japanese fashion designer Issei Miyake has passed away. He is known for wrinkle-free clothing, and his friend Steve, founder of Apple, designed Jobs’ signature black turtleneck. He was 84 years old.ย 




Miyake, who became synonymous with Japanese business and fashion in the 1980s, died of liver cancer on August 5th. At first there were no additional details. It is said that before Miyake read his sister’s fashion magazine, he changed his direction by wanting to be a dancer or an athlete. Miyake was born in Hiroshima when an atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima in class when she was 7 years old. He did not dare to speak of the events of his later years. In 2009,

that he didn’t want to be called a “survival designer” as part of a campaign to convince then US President Barack Obama to visit New York. “I see things that no one should see,” he wrote, adding that his mother died three years after exposure to radiation.




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