Who is André Leon Talley from the Fashion World?
André Leon Talley, former creative director and freelance editor of Vogue magazine, has passed away. The death of American fashion journalist Talley, known for being the American editor-in-chief, caused great sadness in the industry. André Leon Talley, known as a mentor, died at the age of 73. So who is André Leon Talley? Here are the details…
André Leon Talley is an American fashion journalist best known for being the American editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine.
The death of Andre Leon Talley, former creative director and editor-in-chief of the fashion magazine Vogue, at the age of 73, caused a great sadness in the fashion world. After the death of Talley, known as the guide, the famous fashion designer began to be investigated. Who is Andre Leon Talley?
Andre Leon Talley Dies
André Leon Talley, a Durham local and previous manager on the loose of Vogue magazine, kicked the bucket Jan. 18, 2022 from difficulties of a cardiovascular failure and COVID-19.
Andre Leon Talley, former creative director and editor-in-chief of fashion magazine Vogue, has passed away at the age of 73.
While it was stated that Talley passed away on Tuesday, in the statement shared on his Instagram account, it was announced that Talley’s death was met with “great sadness”.
Actress and supermodel Milla Jovovich called Talley a ‘force of nature’ after receiving the news.
‘Andre Leon Talley was an incredible artist, but also one of the most amazing people I’ve ever met,’ Joyovich explained.
Who is André Leon Talley?
Born on October 16, 1948 in the USA, André Leon Talley worked as the fashion news director of Vogue magazine between 1983-1987, and is known for being its creative director in 1987. Talley, who held this position until 1995, returned to the printed magazine and continued his career as a freelance editor until he left in 2013. Talley is also a contributor to numerous publications such as The New York Times, W, and Interview.
André Leon Talley (October 16, 1948 – January 18, 2022) was an American design columnist, beautician, imaginative chief, and proofreader on the loose of Vogue magazine. He was the magazine’s style news chief from 1983 to 1987, its most memorable African-American male inventive chief from 1988 to 1995, and afterward its supervisor on the loose from 1998 to 2013. Frequently viewed as a style symbol, he was known for supporting arising creators and upholding for variety in the design industry; while the capes, kaftans, and robes he wore turned into his brand name look. Talley additionally served on the making a decision about board for America’s Next Top Model (from Cycle 14 to Cycle 17).
He likewise created three books, including the journal The Chiffon Trenches, which arrived on The New York Times Best Seller rundown; and co-wrote a book with Richard Bernstein. Talley was the supervisor on the loose of Numéro Russia in 2013, preceding leaving because of hostile to LGBT regulations in Russia. He also worked stretches with Andy Warhol at Interview, Women’s Wear Daily, W, Ebony and The New York Times. He once filled in as a beautician for United States President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama during their time in the White House; as well as styling Melania Trump for her 2005 wedding to Donald Trump.
In 2020, France granted him the Chevalier de l’ordre des Arts et des Lettres honor for expressions and letters; and the next year he got the North Carolina Award for his part in writing. He was highlighted in the narratives The First Monday in May and The September Issue, and was the subject of the narrative, The Gospel According to André coordinated by Kate Novack.