Feraud, Louis

Feraud, Louis
Pronunciation: Loo-wee Feh-roh

French fashion designer Louis Feraud creates sophisticated suits and tailored dresses that err a bit on the traditional side (think Ladies Who Lunch). Feraud started his couture career in 1950 when he opened a couture boutique in Cannes. An instant hit, Feraud made a name for dressing celebrities such as Brigitte Bardot. In the 80’s Feraud became known in America for designing clothes for the popular tv series Dynasty and Dallas. Feraud died in 1999 from Alzheimer’s disease. Since 2006, Jean Pierre Marty serves as the creative director for the brand.

Feraud, Louis – Photo Credit: feraud.com

Catherine Brock

Owner and Editor at The Budget Fashionista
As a Southern California transplant now living in the Midwest, Catherine has turned layering into an art form and accepted that UGGs actually do have a place in the stylish lady's wardrobe. She's been featured in Woman's World Magazine, DrLaura.com, Refinery29, Wellness.com and has made appearances on ABC7 Chicago, FOX2News St. Louis, KCAL9 Los Angeles, Fox19 Cincinnati, WGN TV Chicago and WCPO TV Cincinnati.
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