Sunday, 18 March 2018

Gia Carangi


                                                                        Gia Carangi

Gia Marie Carangi (January 29, 1960 – November 18, 1986) was an American form display amid the late 1970s and mid 1980s. Considered by some to be the main supermodel, she was highlighted on the front of design magazines, including different releases of Vogue and Cosmopolitan, and showed up in publicizing efforts for such mold houses as Armani, Chanel, Christian Dior, Versace, and Yves Saint Laurent.

After she ended up dependent on heroin, Carangi's demonstrating vocation quickly declined. She passed on of AIDS-related intricacies at 26 years old, getting to be one of the principal well known ladies to kick the bucket of the ailment Her life was performed in the TV film Gia, featuring Angelina Jolie, which appeared on HBO in 1998.

Carangi was conceived in Philadelphia, the third and most youthful offspring of Joseph Carangi, an eatery proprietor, and Kathleen Carangi (née Adams), a homemaker. She had two more established siblings. Her dad was Italian, and her mom was of Irish and Welsh lineage. Joseph and Kathleen had a precarious, fierce marriage, at last driving Kathleen to desert the family when Carangi was eleven years of age. The individuals who knew her pointed the finger at her "broke youth" for the flimsiness and medication reliance that tormented her grown-up life. She was portrayed as "penniless and manipulative" by relatives who reviewed her as ruined and timid as a tyke and a "mom's young lady" who did not get the nurturing consideration that she wanted.

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