Leading fashion figures attended the ceremony for the Space Age designer, who died last month at the age of 98.
Among eclectic lots from the late illustrator’s collection are a portrait by David Hockney, a Picasso ceramic owl and a quirky pair of Pierre Cardin shoes.
The designer never lost his independent spirit nor did he mince words in his 70-year career.
A few of today’s lasting fashion trends date back centuries.
The first partnership between the Italian eyewear company and the storied French brand dates back to 1991.
Jean Paul Gaultier, Christian Louboutin and Inès de la Fressange were among the guests at a tribute to Cardin in Paris.
IMG will collaborate with Black in Fashion Council to host events spotlighting Black talent and bring conversations of racial equity and inclusion to the forefront.
Hughes and Ebersole followed the 98-year-old designer for a year for their documentary “House of Cardin.”
“I have to hand over my talent to the next generation,” said Cardin.
Pierre Cardin, Eva Herzigova and Andrés Velencoso were among guests attending the event.
A Dusseldorf art museum is hosting a retrospective of the French icon’s work, with a focus on the ever-popular Space-Age looks.