Perry Ellis

Perry Ellis

Perry Edwin Ellis (March 3, 1940 – May 30, 1986) was an American fashion designer who founded a sportswear house in the mid-1970s.

Read more about Perry Ellis:  Early Life, Career, Personal Life, Illness and Death, Awards

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Perry Ellis (brand) - On The Red Carpet
... The Perry Ellis brand has made an impression on the red carpet and in Hollywood ... Perry Ellis has paired with Vanity Fair to host parties for nominated television series ... Perry Ellis and Vanity Fair have held toasts and pre-Emmy parties for nominees including “Heroes” in 2007, “30 Rock” in 2008, and “The Office ...
Perry Ellis (brand)
... Perry Ellis is a clothing brand owned by Perry Ellis International and founded by designer Perry Ellis ...
Perry Ellis - Awards
... Perry Ellis won eight Coty Awards between 1979 and 1984, the last year that they were given ... Perry Ellis also served as president of the CFDA from 1984 to 1986 ... In 1986, the annual Perry Ellis Award—now known as the Swarovski Emerging Talent Award—was created to honor emerging talents in the world of men's and women's fashion designers ...
Collaborations - Perry Ellis By Duckie Brown
... In 2012, Perry Ellis International tapped Duckie Brown to create a designer menswear collection, called Perry Ellis by Duckie Brown ... Duckie Brown's collection for Perry Ellis is shown at New York Fashion week ...
Coty Award - Recipients of The Award - 1980-1984
... Winnies Calvin Klein Perry Ellis Geoffrey Beene Special Awards Barry Kieselstein-Cord (jewellery) Alex Mate Lee Brooks (jewellery) Fernando Sánchez Fabrice Simon (beaded evening wear) Hot Sox (hosiery ...

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