MILAN — Pino Lancetti, the Dolce Vita designer famed for transforming his favorite paintings into colorful prints, died Wednesday night in Rome.
Neither the Lancetti family nor Lancetti's longtime collaborator, Ninfo Burruano, could be reached for comment. Italian wire services reported that Lancetti, believed to be in his mid- to late-70s, died at his home after battling illness for a few months. Official funeral details were not available, but a Rome service is expected to take place Saturday morning.
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