Bill Blass, byname of William Ralph Blass American designer who helped define the relaxed, pared-down elegance that would characterize American fashion in the late 20th century.
Blass left home at age 17 to attend the Parsons School of Design in NYC. His work became popular among high-society women in New York, and he quickly became part of a fashionable postwar scene that included Diana Vreeland, then a fashion editor at Harper’s Bazaar and later the influential editor of American Vogue.
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