As a young boy
growing up in New York, Sal Cesarani sketched the world around him.
Whether in chalk on the sidewalk or with pen and ink in the
classroom, Sal dreamt of becoming an artist. At the age of
15, his teacher encouraged him to enter an art contest and he won.
The prize was a medal with an inscription that read, "Help Build a
Harmonious World Through Inspiration by Art, Character and Wisdom".
And, that is precisely what Sal set out to
winning designs inspire men and women to find their own unique personal
style. Sal understands fashion and trends, but he also knows
that a person's individuality and character can be expressed in a
variety of ways. That's why CESARANI offers fine menswear and
womenswear options that are timeless and imaginative, as well as
self-expressive. CESARANI helps to turn a persons's vision into reality.
Sal is a graduate of the High School of
Industries and the State University of New York. He lectures at
Parsons, holds a seat on the Advisory Board of the New York High
School of Fashion Industries, is a member of the Kent State
University School of Fashion Advisory Board and is an active member
of the Council
of Fashion Designers of America.
1995. AWARDS: Special COTY Menswear 1974, 1975; COTY
Menswear 1976; Boston Fashion Group Award 1977; and, COTY Return
Award 1982. MISC.: Designer of the 1980 Winter Olympic cermonial
uniforms for the torch bearers and ceremonial officials, as well
as other special projects.
Read Sal's detailed bio here.
York's Dean of Good Taste" (DNR).