Alfred Fiandaca

Editorial
  • "This Is A Tremendous Loss To The World Of Designers, The..."
    - Patricia Whiteside, Appraiser
  • "I was shocked to learn of Alfred's sudden passing. I had an..."
    - John White
  • "Dear Alfred, u are missed everyday, you are very special..."
  • "I have such wonderful memories of playing dress-up in the..."
    - Cousin Linda Fera
  • "Alfred was inspiring, humble and sincerely interested in..."
    - Charles Eaton

BOSTON Fashion designer Alfred Fiandaca, known for classic styles including outfits Ann Romney wore during the 2012 presidential campaign, has died at 72.

Judy Nee, a family friend speaking Monday night for Fiandaca's daughter, Michelle Fiandaca of Winthrop, Mass., said he died Saturday in Palm Beach, Fla., after a stroke. He was 72.

Mr. Fiandaca grew up in Boston, where his mother was a seamstress, and opened his own shop in 1960 after studying at schools including the Massachusetts College of Art.

Early clients included Lady Bird Johnson, Nancy Reagan, Joan Kennedy and such actresses as Audrey Hepburn and Joan Collins.

Mr. Fiandaca drew attention when Republican candidate Mitt Romney's wife wore his designs.

Mr. Fiandaca is survived by a son, Alfred Fiandaca Jr., a daughter, Michelle Fiandaca, and his spouse, Carl Bartels.


Published in The Record on Feb. 12, 2013
Alfred Fiandaca
Click name above for additional details at:
www.quattlebaum-fh.com.
Arrangements under the direction of:
Quattlebaum Funeral, Cremation, and Event Center
6411 Parker Ave | West Palm Beach, FL 33405 | (561) 833-4061
bullet Fashion
Funeral Home Details
Powered By Legacy.com