Fred Segal’s turned referred to as a high-end style boutique with a younger and hip vibe. The shops lured clients together with the Beatles, Elvis, Diana Ross, the Jackson 5, Nicole Kidman and Jefferson Airplane, amongst many others.
When Segal opened his West Hollywood retailer, 85 % of the stock within the 350‑sq.‑foot retailer was blue. Later, in a 700-square-foot retailer on Santa Monica Boulevard, Segal’s form-fitting style was a giant hit. That led to a jeans-only retailer on Melrose at Crescent Heights in 1960 within the heyday of that retail strip, and he quickly created the primary “Denims Bar.” Fred Segal’s denim designs for women and men had been promoting for $19.95 when denims had been usually $3.
There have been two Fred Segal places based by Segal, each housing plenty of independently owned boutiques. The 2 shops should not affiliated, though they use the identical brand and have the identical yearly sale, however every has a separate taste. The Melrose location was run by Segal’s nephew, Ron Herman, whereas the opposite was in Santa Monica.
Segal is survived by 5 youngsters, 10 grandchildren, two nice grandchildren, his spouse Tina and her two youngsters and grandson. Segal’s household asks that mourners contemplate donating to the Segal Household-United World Basis.