World news – Australian fashion icon Carla Zampatti dies

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Zampatti died a week after his hospital stay after a serious fall at Mrs Macquaries Point on the opening night of La Traviata.

She was rushed to St. Vincent’s Hospital by ambulance after she lost consciousness. The fears of the designer, who was reportedly hospitalized for observation, were reportedly downplayed.

Zampatti’s designs are part of the fabric of Australian high-end fashion and are loved by the country’s most famous women, politicians and news anchors.

« Carla Zampatti is Australia’s most successful and enduring fashion designer and founded her eponymous label in 1965. Carla, Executive Chairman of Carla Zampatti Pty Ltd, has long been celebrated for making Australian women self-confident through their exceptional design, tailoring and understanding of the subject and feel elegant modern woman, « the statement said.

« Carla was born in Italy and settled in Western Australia with her family in 1950. After moving to Sydney at the age of 20, she produced her first small fashion collection in 1965. Two years later, she launched her collection at the national level and founded in 1970 Carla Zampatti Pty Ltd.

« An advocate of Australian women and a multicultural success story, she continued to thrive as a businesswoman through tremendous radical and social changes, designing clothing for women who fought for liberation through the women’s rights movement in the 1960s to empower women in leadership positions in the workplace today their house and important life events.

« She continued to expand her retail network to create a chain of boutiques in Australia and New Zealand. Her clothing is considered a distinctive part of the modern Australian lifestyle. Her designs have been worn by Australia’s most influential women, from Prime Ministers and Prime Ministers to business leaders, dignitaries, award-winning journalists, kings and celebrities including Princess Mary of Denmark, Dame Quentin Bryce, Julia Gillard, Gladys Berejiklian, Julie Bishop, Nicole Kidman and Cate Blanchett.

« Carla Zampatti is the mother of three children, Alexander Schuman, Bianca Spender and Allegra Spender from her marriages with Leo Schuman and the former Australian lawyer, politician and diplomat John Spender. She is also the proud Nonna of nine grandchildren.

« Your family is very grateful for the support and excellent care from the team at St. Vincent’s Hospital Sydney.

At the farewell memorial of Carla Zampatti AC | a condolences page was set up. The family is asking for privacy at this point.  »

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