Fabrice Simon was a Haitian American abstract artist and fashion designer, best known for his handmade beaded party dresses that were popular during the 1980s. Simon emigrated to America in 1964, and subsequently attended the Fashion Institute of Technology. He won a special Coty Award in 1981. His clientele included many celebrities, among them socialite Cornelia Guest and singer-actress Whitney Houston.
|Born:||Fabrice Simon, Jan 29, 1951, Port-au-Prince, Haiti|
|Died:||Jul 29, 1998, New York City, New York, U.S.|
|Alma mater:||Fashion Institute of Technology|
|Occupation:||Fashion designer, artist|
About Fabrice Simon
Haitian designer known especially for his handmade beaded garments.
After relocating to America in 1964, he enrolled at the prestigious Fashion Institute of Technology in New York.
In 1981, he was a recipient of the Coty Award.
He was born and raised in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
He and actress Meta Golding are both originally from Haiti.
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- Fashion Institute of Technology alumni
- American fashion businesspeople
- Abstract painters
- High fashion brands
- American fashion designers