Bill Blass offered one of the few American couture houses of the 20th century. During the 1970s, he was loved by the connected, and expanded himself to the masses through licensing and product designing. The company was sold, closed couture and continues to offer prêt-à-porter in the same spirit.
Above Blass in Lake Idaho. His lifestyle amounted to over $50 million in property and furnishings, half of which was donated to the Met upon his death.
Above Spring 2011 and below Fall 2011
See Blass's home at Habitually Chic