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Annette De La Renta
... Annette de la Renta (born December 24, 1939) is an American philanthropist and socialite married to the fashion designer Oscar de la Renta ...
Francisco Costa (designer) - Youth, Education, and Training
... with Herbert Rounick, whose Seventh Avenue (Manhattan) company made dresses for Oscar de la Renta and Bill Blass ... Costa went to work for de la Renta after Rounick's death, designing for the firm's Japanese licenses ... Costa credits de la Renta with teaching him the most about both designing clothes and life ...
List Of Mayors Of Ponce, Puerto Rico - 19th Century
... Party 6 Don José Benítez 7 ... José Ortíz de la Renta 8 ... José de Toro 9 ... José Ortíz de la Renta 10 ... Alejandro Ordóñez 11 ... Juan Dávila 12 ... Francisco Vasallo 13 ... Joaquín. 61 ... Hilarión Pérez Guerra 1857–1863 62 Coronel Luis de Quixano y Font de la Vall 1863–1865 63 Francisco Olazarra 64 ... Francisco Carreras 65 ... Francisco Romero 66 ... Carlos Cabrera ...
Annette De La Renta - Marriages and Family Life
... On 26 December 1989, in La Romana, Dominican Republic, she became the second wife of the fashion designer Oscar de la Renta ... She also has a stepson, Moises de la Renta, adopted son of her second husband ... On 26 July 2006, Annette de la Renta was appointed temporary guardian of the 104-year-old Brooke Astor, a longtime friend, in the wake of elder abuse allegations being made against Astor's son, Anthony Dryden Marshall ...
Oscar De La Renta - Awards, Honors, Philanthropic Endeavors - Other Awards
... De la Renta founded the Casa del Nino orphanage in La Romana He has contributed extensively in the construction of a much needed school near his home at the Punta Cana Resort and Club in Punta Cana ... Oscar de la Renta holds dual citizenship in the Dominican Republic and the United States ... De la Renta serves as a board member of the Metropolitan Opera, Carnegie Hall, and WNET ...

Famous quotes containing the word renta:

    If you want to establish an international presence you can’t do so from New York. You need the consecration of Paris.
    —Oscar De La Renta (b. 1932)