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She was The death was confirmed by Kurt Moosmann, a board member of the Peretti family office in Zurich. He said she had died in her sleep but did not specify the cause.
After arriving in New York in the late s, Ms. One day she decided that she wanted to try her hand at deing a piece of jewelry, inspired by something she had seen at a flea market. She took her idea — a tiny sterling silver bud vase to be worn as a pendant on a leather cord — to a silversmith in Spain and had it made.
Peretti had a few other ideas.
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The absolutely minimalist Bottle pendant, her first de, was inspired by antique vases. The Bone Cuff braceletoften worn in pairs, was inspired by the human bones of monks she had seen inside a 17th-century church when she was growing up.
The Bean was deceptively simple, the sort of jewel women could wear every day; it looked like a lima bean but symbolized the beginning of life. And the Diamonds by the Yard collection began with a necklace of 12 small diamonds unevenly spaced along a inch chain. The tennis champion Maria Sharapova wore Ms. Versions of Ms. Peretti once told The Wall Street Journal. She attended schools in Italy and Switzerland, ultimately studying interior de and working for an architect in Milan.
She also taught languages wherever she went — even in Gstaad, the Swiss ski-resort town — after her conservative parents cut her off financially.
She and her father reconciled shortly before his death in People kept telling Ms. Peretti, who grew up to be 5 feet 9 inches, slim and striking, that she should model, so she gave it a try in Barcelona. Then, with the help of Wilhelmina Coopera former model who headed her own agency, Ms. Peretti moved to New York. Her personal life always grabbed attention.
When she first got to the city, she hid out in her hotel room for days because she had arrived with a black eye. She soon became part of the glamorous crowd at Studio 54the storied Manhattan disco that attracted celebrities like Andy Warhol, Bianca Jagger, Cher, Halston Arkansas peretti dating at the peak of his fameand Donald and Ivana Trump. One night, according to a Vanity Fair article, Ms.
Peretti made no secret of her use of drugs, particularly cocaine, or her liberal alcohol intake. Rubell immediately welcomed her back, of course. Perhaps the most famous photo of Ms. Peretti was not one from a modeling asment but the morning-after sho t by the celebrity photographer Helmut Newton, with whom she was romantically involved at the time.
She stands on an apartment terrace, a cigarette dangling from her mouth, wearing a variation of the Playboy Bunny uniform — strapless, with long black gloves and a black mask.
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She branched out in terms of merchandise. There was a gold mesh bra, a line of ballpoint pens, silverware, ashtrays, even a sterling silver pizza cutter.
But the jewelry was always her primary focus. Inthere was talk of Ms. The place was a wreck, largely abandoned, and she loved it.
After restoring it, she went on to restore other parts of the village, including the church; help excavate Roman ruins; and establish a winery. In the s, she talked about turning it into a community for artisans, but it became her own private village. Peretti never married or had children. She is survived by a sister, Mila Brachetti Peretti.
She often referred to herself as retired, but she may have had mixed feelings about that status.