Born and raised in Newark New Jersey and a graduate of Parsons School of Design, American born Narciso Rodriguez spent his early days working freelance before landing a job at Anne Klein under Donna Karan and then later at Calvin Klein . His breakout year came in 1995—while working as Design Director at TSE in New York, Rodriguez simultaneously held the same post at Cerruti in Paris where he was called upon to design the wedding gown for the late Carolyn Bessette.

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Rodriguez soon moved on to his own label and introduced his first collection in 1997—the same year he won the Best New Designer awards from Vogue/VH1 and the Council of Fashion Designers in America and the same year he was appointed Design Director for the women’s ready to wear collection at Loewe. 2001 saw Rodriguez return to the United States for his collection where he was awarded the "Designer of the Year" awards in 2002 and 2003 from the Council of Fashion Designers of America.
Riding on this high, Rodriguez launched his first fragrance in partnership with Beaute Prestige International in 2003. Narciso Rodriguez for Her is a modern abstract sweet floral perfume with a woody composition and musky notes. The companion fragrance, Narciso Rodriguez for Him, was introduced in 2007 and is an aromatic and charismatic scent, musky in nature, but at the same time with a unique twist that only Rodriguez could deliver. Other Rodriguez fragrances include Narciso Rodriguez for Him Musc and the perfumes Narciso Rodriguez Musc, Essence and Essence Musc.
One of the foremost American designers during the last two decades, Narciso Rodriguez plays a singular role in global fashion.
In 1996, Rodriguez received international acclaim when he designed the bias-cut sheath wedding dress that his close friend Carolyn Bessette wore when she married John Kennedy, Jr.

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On November 4, 2008, Narciso Rodriguez became part of a monumental event in American history. To celebrate her husband Barack Obama’s triumphant victory as the first African American president of The United States, Michelle Obama chose to wear a dress from the designer’s Spring 2009 Collection. “It was both emotional and exhilarating,” Rodriguez said. “To be part of this memorable moment in history was a great honor.”
Today, Narciso Rodriguez’s fashion house is based in New York City where he shows his women’s ready-to-wear collections.
Narciso Rodriguez was raised in Newark, New Jersey. He received his formal education at Parson’s The New School for Design in New York. Following freelance work in New York’s garment industry, he joined Anne Klein under Donna Karan. Later, he moved to Calvin Klein where he worked on the Women’s Collection.
In 1995, Rodriguez became Design Director of TSE where he presented the first ready to wear collections for men and women in New York. Simultaneously, Rodriguez was appointed Design Director of Cerruti in Paris. In October 1997, the first women’s ready to wear collection under the Narciso Rodriguez label, in partnership with Italian manufacturer AEFFE, was presented in Milan for the Spring/Summer 1998 season. Rodriguez was awarded “Best New Designer” at the Vogue/VH1 Fashion Awards in New York and the “Perry Ellis Award” for best new designer by the Council of Fashion Designers of America. The same year, Loewe appointed Rodriguez as Design Director of the women’s ready to wear collection, a position he held until 2001.

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Rodriguez established his atelier in New York in 2001 and presented his Fall/Winter ready to wear collection that year. Subsequently, he became the first designer ever to receive consecutive Womenswear Designer of the Year awards by the Council of Fashion Designers of America in 2002 and 2003. In 2005, Time Magazine honored the designer by naming him one of the “25 Most Influential Hispanics in America” while two years later, he received the Fashion Icon Award from Pratt Institute. In 2008, Narciso Rodriguez, a book devoted to the designer and his process, was published by Rizzoli to critical acclaim. Rodriguez was also honored for Special Achievement in Fashion by ALMA (the American Latino Media Arts Awards) in 2008. In 2009, he was again nominated for the CFDA’s Womenswear Designer of the Year award. In 2010 Rodriguez was among the Cultural Leaders of 2010 selected by USA Network and Vanity Fair magazine. In May of 2012, Rodriguez was voted one of the five most influential Latinos in America by El Museo del Bario in New York and received its prestigious Award for Excellence in the Arts. In 2014, the designer was awarded The Cooper-Hewitt Smithsonian National Design Award for fashion for which he was honored at the White House. He participated in the First Lady’s “Reach Higher” initiative at the White House the same year. In 2015, Rodriguez was honored by the Opportunity Network for his excellence in fashion design and his work with helping low income students achieve success in fashion related careers.

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In collaboration with Beauté Prestige International, Rodriguez created his first fragrance, for her, in 2003, which received the British FiFi Award for Best New Fragrance that year and the Fragrance of the Year/Women’s Noveau Niche award in 2004. Narciso Rodriguez’s men’s fragrance, for him, was launched in 2007 and received the 2008 Grand Prix du Parfum Award for Best Masculine Fragrance and Best Design. essence, Rodriguez’s third fragrance was launched in 2009. In June of 2012, for her was awarded Most Iconic Fragrance of The Decade by FiFi. In less than a decade, the for her collection, essence and for him collection have become innovative classics and modern icons in the fragrance industry. In 2014, Rodriguez’s new fragrance NARCISO for women was launched worldwide to additional acclaim. His fragrance bleu noir for him was introduced in 2015.
The arts have figured prominently in Narciso Rodriguez’s life and work. The designer has collaborated in several films, among them, The Family Stone in 2005 and the 2008 remake of The Women. Rodriguez has maintained longstanding personal relationships with many actresses, including Sarah Jessica Parker, Claire Danes, Julianna Margulies and Rachel Weisz. Rodriguez established a relationship with internationally celebrated choreographer Christopher Wheeldon, founder/director of Morphoses; he designed costumes for Morphoses’ American and British premieres in 2008.

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The designer continued his involve-ment in the world of dance in a collaboration with well-known choreographer Jonah Bokaer in 2010, in a series of performances curated by Cecilia Dean and writer David Coleman. In 2014, Rodriguez was approached by Stephen Petronio to design the costumes for “Locomotor,” a dance choreographed to celebrate the 30th anniversary of his company. The costumes were featured in the exhibition “Dance & Fashion” at the Museum of FIT during the fall of 2014. The designer also designed costumes for Petronio’s Locomotor/Non Locomotor, premiered in April 2015 in New York. Rodriguez also collaborated with artist Cindy Sherman on a project for American Vogue. The designer’s work has been featured in several museum exhibitions including MoCA’s “Skin and Bones” in LA and Cooper Hewitt’s Design Triennial Exhibition, both in 2006. In 2010, there was a comprehensive retrospective of Rodriguez’s work in San Juan, Puerto Rico to benefit the nonprofit organization Alas a la Mujer, a group to support women’s education. The designer was also featured in “American Beauty: Aesthetics and Innovation in Fashion” at the Museum at FIT. In 2010, Sundance presented The Day Before, a behind-the-scenes look at the designer and his atelier, directed by Loic Prigent, for his series on the 24 hours leading up to a fashion show.

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