NEW YORK — Bill Blass’ will was officially proven in a probate court in Washington Depot, Conn., on Wednesday, revealing several details about the late designer’s estate, including its estimated total worth of $67 million.

Blass, who died on June 12 and listed his official residence in Connecticut, left $1 million bequests to each of five of his favorite charities and institutions, including the Fashion Institute of Technology, Indiana University, the Robin Hood Foundation, the Animal Medical Center and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, according to the Connecticut counsel for the Blass estate.

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