By  on October 13, 2008

PARIS — “People recognize a Cardin without looking at the label,” boasted Pierre Cardin, 86, as he held court in his attic atelier here overlooking the French presidential palace. “How many other designers can say that?”

Cardin, dressed in a taupe suit and a checked blue shirt open at the collar, peered over his black spectacles and examined a sleeveless men’s jacket with semicircular tabs at the armholes that one of his assistants had tried on.

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