Vogue Legend Andre Leon Talley Dies At 73

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Fashion legend André Leon Talley, who served as Vogue’s creative director and editor-at-large, died at age 73.

Talley, who became the first African-American creative director of the magazine in 1988, died at White Plains Hospital from an unknown illness.

Talley, who became the first African-American creative director of the magazine in 1988, died at White Plains Hospital from an unknown illness.

The longtime fashion writer was appointed to the creative director post by Vogue icon Anna Wintour.

Talley dished about the media icon in a 2020 memoir called “The Chiffon Trenches.”

Talley, a former “America’s Next Top Model” judge.

Talley was known for his attention-grabbing garb and trailblazing career at the intersection of the media and fashion worlds.

He grew up in the South and eventually received a master’s degree from Brown University.

In 2004 he moved into a mansion in White Plains, one of New York City’s northern suburbs.

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