Iris Apfel, influential fashion icon, dies at 102

Apfel observed, "You have to be original, but not nutso," about fashion. 

The iconic fashion icon and interior decorator Iris Apfel, who restored the White House for nine presidents, died Friday at 102. 

Talent agent Lori Sale confirmed her death. Apfel died at home in Palm Beach, she said.  

Apfel uploaded a wonderfully clothed photo on Instagram with the caption "August 29, 1921 — March 1, 2024."  

Apfel discussed trends and style on "TODAY" at 96 in 2018. She was interviewed at Bergdorf Goodman, NYC. 

 She said, “Athletic wear should be worn at the gym.” She dubbed ripped denim “insanity” and denounced regular wear of sports apparel. 

 She stated people with style are self-aware and outspoken. 

 "You have to be original, but not original to the point where you’re nutsy," he remarked  

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