By CBSLA Staff

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Los Angeles fashion icon Fred Segal died Thursday of complications from a stroke, his representatives confirmed Friday. He was 87.

Fred Segal is seen standing in a field in this undated photo. (Family photo)

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“In 1961, Fred Segal created a retail scene that defined Los Angeles fashion and sparked a revolutionary shift in style that has transcended the last six decades,” a statement read. “Fred Segal pioneered the shop-in-shop concept and experiential retail, resulting in a brand built on heritage, inclusivity and love that changed the face of retail forever.”

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Segal is survived by his five children, 10 grandchildren, two great grandchildren, his beloved wife, Tina, and her two children and grandson.

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Segal’s namesake store is located on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood. There are several other locations in California and abroad.