Fashion designer Oscar de la Renta died at age 82 on Monday. His clothes were well-liked by celebrities, by politicians, and also by many professionals who admired his sensibility and his style.
Vanessa Friedman, fashion critic and the fashion director for The New York Times, is someone who closely followed de la renta’s career, and joined us to talk about his lasting legacy.
Click the media player above to hear Vanessa Friedman in conversation with Marketplace’s David Gura.
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