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Fashion Insider Kevin Krier Dies at 64

Kevin Krier, founder and chief executive officer of Kevin Krier and Associates, died Wednesday in San Francisco at the age of 64.
The longtime fashion show producer died after a short illness, according to Anne Taylor-Davis.
Forward-thinking in his approach to fashion shows, award galas and image-making, Krier was among the first to encourage designers to pull back the curtain on their runway shows, collections and glamorous lives. Krier was an established presence on the American and European fashion scene for many years. Krier produced Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent shows for 10 years in collaboration with designer Tom Ford. Krier also orchestrated the annual CFDA Awards from behind the scenes for 15 years, including the gala when Princess Diana bestowed an award to the late Harper’s Bazaar editor Liz Tilberis. In the years before social media, he understood the power of celebrity and the importance of young designers to be seen. In a 2010 interview, he told WWD how important it was for them “to be out there, because people’s memories are very short.”
His client list was an encyclopedia of designers Giorgio Armani, Carolina Herrera, Tommy Hilfiger, Todd Oldham, Wolfgang Joop, P. Diddy’s Sean Jean, Badgley Mischka, Ellen Tracy, Ronaldus Shamask,

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