Editor-in-chief of Italian Vogue Franca Sozzani (66) died
Franca Sozzani, the editor-in-chief of Italian Vogue, at the age of 66 died. Soccani conducted 28 years, the scepter of the Italian edition. They had been battling for a year with health problems.
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Beginning this month, she won the Fashion Award For Positive Change at the annual Fashion Awards in London. She received the award from the British Fashion Council for the use of her position and influence to impact the world in a positive way to influence.
The Italian was next to editor-in-chief also ambassador against famine for the world food programme of the United Nations, and she continued in for the fight of aids and cancer.
Sozzani was well known to social problems, such as women, to cards in its magazine. This year, a documentary about her life, Franca: Chaos and Creation, made by her son Francesco.
They regularly appeared in episodes of America’s Top Model. Many celebrities have Thursday to her death, responded. “Franca was hot, smart and funny,” says her American colleague Anna Wintour.
“She was also the hardest working person I have known and with an enviable talent for multi-tasking.” Kanye West tweeted: “Franca Sozzani was always so kind and sincere. You will very much be missed.”