Alfred Fiandaca Couture - New York - Boston - Palm Beach - Elegant Fashion Designs
Alfred Fiandaca Couture - New York - Boston - Palm Beach - Elegant Fashion Designs
 
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About Alfred Fiandaca

From the time Alfred Fiandaca was 9 years old, he was cutting patterns and eventually drafting patterns on his own at his father's side in East Boston. He moved to New York City when he was 17. There, he studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology and the now former Traphagen School of Design.

His career, as a third generation fashion designer, started when he moved back to East Boston and opened a shop on Maverick Street. One of his biggest breaks happened when the wife of then newly elected Massachusetts Governor, John Volpe, asked him to design a new suit and gown for the inauguration.

Alfred Fiandaca quickly moved to the most fashionable streets such as Newbury Street, Worth Avenue, and Madison Avenue. The top stores across the United States have sold his glamorous designs including Berdorf Goodman, Henri Bendel, and Saks Fifth Avenue.

Alfred Fiandaca passed away on February 9, 2013.

 

 

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HONORS

2004
Awarded the Isobel S. Sinesi Lifetime Achievement in Fashion Award
from the School of Fashion Design in Boston

2003
The Palm Beach chapter of the Jewish Guild for the Blind honored
Alfred Fiandaca for the hard work, friendship and support he has given the Guild over the years.

2000
Exhibit: Fiandaca: Four Decades of Design
and a Scholarship named for Alfred Fiandaca, both at the Massachusetts College of Art.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Alfred Fiandaca Couture - New York - Boston - Palm Beach - Elegant Fashion Designs  

ALFRED FIANDACA is the exclusive fashion treasure of Palm Beach, Florida; Boston, Massachusetts, and New York City for women’s couture. His beautiful and elegant designs range from contemporary to classic and even his most casual fashions are sheer elegance. His collections of formalwear, evening dresses, and wedding gowns have been described as sophisticated to sexy, creative to cosmopolitan, and always on the edge of beautiful high fashion. Considered the father of Boston fashion, Alfred Fiandacas designs have graced generations of women seeking something elegant, conservative, luxurious, and inspiring. Visit Alfred Fiandaca online at www.alfredfiandaca.com.