Davide Sorrenti
American photographer
Davide Sorrenti
Davide Sorrenti was a fashion photographer, son of photographer and advertiser Francesca Sorrenti; and brother of Mario Sorrenti, and Vanina Sorrenti (b. 1973) also fashion photographers.
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Amy M. Spindler, Style Editor Of Times Magazine, Dies at 40
NYTimes - almost 13 years
Amy M. Spindler, the former fashion critic of The New York Times and style editor of its magazine, whose knowledge and fierce opinions held the world's leading designers to task and helped to raise the standard of fashion writing, died yesterday at her home in Manhattan. She was 40. The cause was a brain tumor, said her husband, Roberto Benabib.
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Paid Notice: Memorials SORRENTI, DAVIDE
NYTimes - about 16 years
SORRENTI-Davide. Safe in our hearts forever. Love, Mom, Family and Friends
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Patterns
NYTimes - over 17 years
Amy Wesson Begins a Comeback Amy Wesson was experiencing the kind of inconvenience that doesn't typically befall those who look like Uma Thurman and who, in the course of their short lives, have earned as much as $25,000 a day standing in front of a Hasselblad. She was late for a meeting with Michael Kors, who was considering her for his show
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PUBLIC LIVES
NYTimes - almost 19 years
Beatnik Reunion In the Village Hipsters with graying ponytails and beards gathered yesterday in their ancestral home -- Greenwich Village -- to feel the beat of their long-ago generation and resurrect some vanished icons: JACK KEROUAC, MILES DAVIS, ALLEN GINSBERG. ''I would say this was the cultural hub of America,'' said ART D'LUGOFF, the former
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Paid Notice: Memorials SORRENTI, DAVIDE
NYTimes - about 19 years
SORRENTI-Davide. In memory of Davide. We love and miss you, Mom, Steve, Papi, Mario, Vanina & Nonna
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Patterns
NYTimes - over 19 years
Fashion Against Drugs The Council of Fashion Designers of America has set up a committee that will meet today for the first time to formulate plans to discourage use of illegal drugs. The industry has been criticized recently for using photographs that glamorize a drugged look and bring a new definition to the term high fashion. The issue has taken
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Whither Fashion Photography?
NYTimes - over 19 years
THE advertisements for the movie ''Austin Powers'' feature the title character, an ''international man of mystery,'' frugging cluelessly in his velvet suit and frilly shirt before a chorus line of gaunt, stubbly bearded, T-shirted and dungareed depressives who look suspiciously like Calvin Klein models. Could this image of fashion past mocking
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'Closing In on Death'
NYTimes - over 19 years
Heroin came to my high school during our senior year -- not in the hands of poor kids from the projects, but in needles dangling from the tourniquet-tied arms of guys with hot rods, lavish wardrobes and the best orthodontics their parents could buy. The heroin boys were a cult. They huddled together at lunch, nodding out on their feet, wiping noses
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Victims of Everything
NYTimes - almost 20 years
Like you, I've seen innumerable Calvin Klein ads featuring sallow, sullen, scrawny youths. Not once have I had an overwhelming urge to rush out and buy some heroin, and probably neither have you. Yet the death of Davide Sorrenti, a 20-year-old fashion photographer who overdosed on heroin in February, is now being held up as proof that such images
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Clinton Calls Fashion Ads' 'Heroin Chic' Deplorable
NYTimes - almost 20 years
Asserting that ''you do not need to glamorize addiction to sell clothes,'' President Clinton today accused the fashion industry of making heroin seem ''glamorous, sexy and cool'' through advertising that enticed young people to try heroin. ''American fashion has been an enormous source of creativity and beauty and art and, frankly, economic
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A Death Tarnishes Fashion's 'Heroin Look'
NYTimes - almost 20 years
After years of denial by the fashion industry that heroin use among its players had any relation to the so-called heroin-chic style of fashion photography that has become so prevalent, the fatal overdose of Davide Sorrenti, 20, a promising photographer at the heart of the scene, was like a small bomb going off. Even if it was a bomb detonated in
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Paid Notice: Deaths SORRENTI, DAVIDE
NYTimes - about 20 years
SORRENTI-Davide. You've infused a spirit in us that words cannot describe and we will miss you for the rest of our lives. David Lipman and The LRG Staff SORRENTI-Davide. We will never forget the magic. Heaven has its newest star...Our deepest sympathy to Francesca and the entire Sorrenti family. Faith and all your friends at NEXT
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