MILAN — Gianfranco Ferré SpA will continue to produce collections despite the designer's unexpected death, the company said Monday.
Funeral services for Ferré will be held today at Basilica di San Magno in the small town of Legnano, the late designer's birthplace, beginning at 2:30 p.m. Giorgio Armani and his sister, Rosanna Armani; Donatella Versace; Valentino; Krizia's Mariuccia Mandelli, and Mario Boselli, head of Italy's Chamber of Fashion, are among those expected to attend. All Gianfranco Ferré directly owned and franchised boutiques around the world will be closed today.
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