Stylist Carla Zampatti dies after suffering a fall in opera in Australia

Australian stylist Carla Zampatti died today at the age of 78 in Sydney. The information was released by the British The Guardian. Carla had been admitted to a hospital for a week after suffering a serious fall on the stairs of the opera La Traviata.

Carla Zampatti was born in Italy in 1942, but considered herself Australian because she moved to the country in 1950, where she opened her brand at the age of 23. Among his clients were actress Nicole Kidman, former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, Princess Mary of Denmark and Australian premier Gladys Berejiklian.

In a statement on social media, the stylist’s family says that Carla “was celebrated for making Australian women feel confident and elegant through her exceptional designs and pieces befitting modern women.”

The note further mentions that she was “a champion of Australian women and a multicultural success story” and that “she continued to thrive as a businesswoman in the midst of a huge radical and social change, designing clothes for women struggling for liberation through the movement. for women’s rights in the 1960s to empower women today in leadership, in the workplace, at home and at major life events. “

The stylist has been married twice and has three children, Alexander Schuman, Bianca Spender and Allegra Spender, as well as nine grandchildren.


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