Chanel announced Lagerfeld’s death Tuesday in a statement.
Russell Baker, Columnist Who Satirized American Life, Dies at 93
Wanda Ferragamo, Who Built Fashion Giant From Shoes, Dies at 96
William Coors, an heir to the Coors brewing dynasty who helped transform a local product into a national brand, has died at 102.
Leon Lederman, Nobelist Who Coined ‘God Particle,’ Dies at 96
Lord Carrington, Churchill’s Last Surviving Minister, Dies
Joe Jackson, Michael’s Father Who Founded Jackson 5, Dies at 89
Frank Carlucci, Carlyle Chairman Who Led Pentagon, Dies at 87
Hawking suffered from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, was confined to an electric wheelchair for much of his life.
Oskar Groening, Convicted `Accountant of Auschwitz', Dies at 96
Stansfield Turner, U.S. Spy Chief Who Reined in CIA, Dies at 94
Brendan Byrne, Governor Who Gave New Jersey Casinos, Dies at 93
Jim Nabors, ‘Gomer Pyle’ Star Who Sang at Indy 500, Dies at 87
Malcolm Young, AC/DC Founder Who Rocked to the Top, Dies at 64
Richard Gordon, Who Flew to Moon With Apollo 12, Dies at 88
Hugh Hefner, Playboy Founder Who Seduced America, Dies at 91
Jake LaMotta, ‘Raging Bull’ Middleweight Champion, Dies at 96
Martin Landau, Oscar Winner Who Coached Jack Nicholson, Dies
F. Ross Johnson, Who Allowed RJR Nabisco Buyout, Dies
Debbie Reynolds, ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ Actress, Dies at 84
Richard Adams, English Author of ‘Watership Down,’ Dies at 96