Daniel Hechter was born on 30 July 1938 and is a French-Belgian fashion designer who is sometimes referred to as the inventor of ready-to-wear.
14 Facts About Daniel Hechter
Daniel Hechter is known for being the president of Paris Saint-Germain FC from 1974 to 1978, having designed the club's famous home shirt.
Daniel Hechter was born in Paris, France, in a family who owned a ready-to-wear company.
Daniel Hechter married Marika Hechter; they have a daughter, Hechter then married Jennifer Chambon in 1980.
Daniel Hechter served in the French Army from 1958 to 1960.
Daniel Hechter completed his secondary education and worked as a storekeeper to a fashion house until 1949.
Daniel Hechter opened a boutique in 1962, and became known for sporty casual wear.
Daniel Hechter's stated goal was to offer wearable yet high-quality, creative fashion for a wide range of consumer groups.
Daniel Hechter is one of the first designers to produce clothing ranges for skiing and tennis, in 1971.
Daniel Hechter entered politics and sat on the Marseille regional council starting in 1992.
Daniel Hechter was a financial contributor in the early years of the football team Paris Saint-Germain and was president of the management committee from 15 June 1973 to 9 June 1974, and then president from 9 June 1974 to 6 January 1978.
Daniel Hechter designed PSG new home colour, known as "Hechter shirt".
Daniel Hechter left the presidency of the PSG following the scandal of double ticketing the Parc des Princes.
Daniel Hechter designed the streetwear for the French football team in 1998.