HARRY STROUDS, a style icon for decades, has died.
Born in 1950 in West London, he was the first British designer to design a couture dress for the American Vogue, and he was later named the designer of the year for the 1964 New York Fashion Week.
He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Jo, and daughters Hannah and Claire, who were born in 1967.
He was also known for the 60s style he created for Victoria’s Secret.
The fashion designer’s fashion collection was inspired by his childhood in the West Indies.
It included the iconic “Boots of Ivory” and “The Princess” collection, as well as the dresses of his late father, Sir Harry.HARRY STROKE: The Princess, Boots of Jade, The Princess and MoreThe fashion and lifestyle pioneer had been battling an infection for nearly a year, according to The Daily Telegraph.
He suffered from meningitis and had to give up his career in the fashion industry.
Hannah, his wife, told the newspaper: “He would be sitting at his desk every day saying, ‘I’m not working.
I can’t do this.'”
His style had been influenced by his father, who worked in the industry and his mother.
The family owned a textile mill and a garment factory in the British Caribbean.
He was also involved in an art gallery and the fashion house “Molly’s”.
Harry Styles was born in Westwood, West London in 1950, to John and Helen Williams, who immigrated from Jamaica to the UK in the 1940s.
He started his fashion career as a child and graduated from Westwood High School, where he studied fashion design.
He graduated in 1949 with a degree in fashion design and worked in his father’s factory in Jamaica.
He joined the Royal Institute of International Design in London, where his work on dresses for Vogue and other fashion magazines and accessories made him a star.
The couple married in 1950 and moved to London, which is now called Harry Street.
He started out in the design industry as a designer for Vue, a British fashion magazine.
The late Harry was known for his bold and daring looks, which he called “high fashion”, which was a reference to his love of the fashion world.
He had a penchant for big and flashy, high-cut dresses.
He often appeared in the style pages and was widely praised for his innovative designs.
He also had an eye for detail.
In 1970, when the British designer and his wife were pregnant with their daughter, Hannah, he asked her mother to create a dress with a “very high-end cut” which she made to his specifications.
The dress was called the “Bachelor” and featured a high neckline and full bodice.
Harry also wanted to make sure the bodice was a perfect length and length and a “really big bust” so he could be seen in the magazine.
In 1972, the couple gave birth to their second child, Hannah.
He would go on to have a daughter, Claire, and a son, James, who would become famous for his signature “Lion’s Den” haircut.
His career in fashion was also influenced by the fashion culture of the time.
He worked with his brother, Peter, at the London couture studio “Mulberry”.
Harry’s work in the 1960s and 70s would include dresses for fashion designers including Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren, Alexander McQueen, Valentino, Donna Karan and Karl Lagerfeld.
In the early 1980s, he worked on the fashion magazine “Cloze”, which would later go on, in 1989, to become The Observer.
The elder Harry was a fashion historian and editor at The Observer and a member of the prestigious FabLab fashion collective.
The family had two daughters, Hannah and daughter Claire.HARY’S DEATH: The ‘Bachelor’ dress by Harry Styles was named the “Best in Britain” in 1994 by The Observer