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Designer Bijan has Died

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If you grew up in the 80s and 90s, you're probably well familiar with the super-luxury brand Bijan—maker of fine fragrances, jewelry, and menswear. The LA Times reports that designer Bijan Pakzad died on Saturday morning in Los Angeles. "Pakzad suffered a stroke while working Thursday and was rushed to the hospital but never recovered, said his 19-year-old son, Nicolas Bijan Pakzad. 'He's dressed over 40,000 clients,' his son said, including Presidents Carter, George H.W. Bush, Clinton, George W. Bush and Obama. 'We have a picture of all five living presidents wearing his suits.'" [LATimes]