The famous fashion designer Vyacheslav Zaitsev seriously ill

Vyacheslav Zaitsev 2 March, was 78 years old

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The famous fashion designer diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. In addition, Vyacheslav Zaitsev with great difficulty walking because of joint problems and recently underwent a major surgery.

The fashion legend, fashion designer Vyacheslav Zaitsev 2 March, was 78 years old. Despite its venerable age of the master, he is full of creative plans, to realize that he really manages with great difficulty due to serious health problems.

Parkinson’s disease is a serious damage to the nervous system when a person loses control over his movements, which gradually leads to tremors of the hands and feet, a facial expression and disability. “The only thing I would have wished for his birthday is to recover, – says the famous designer. – Illness is something that depresses me “. At the reception, which was held after the fashion show, held on the occasion of 78th anniversary of Slava Zaitsev, he almost did not eat anything. Only drank water and tried to quickly sit up. The master not in order of the joints.

Rabbits not so long ago had surgery – he put titanium prosthesis that he experienced pain when walking. In this difficult time support Slava Zaitsev’s son Yegor and granddaughter Maroussia’s former wife, Marina, with whom they became acquainted during their studies at the textile Institute.

The couple divorced when their son was nine years old, but all these years, maintain warm and friendly relations. Marina worries ex-husband regular visits to Vyacheslav Zaitsev, bringing him his favorite treat – a raspberry pie. “When his mother-in-law baked Vyacheslav Mikhailovich, my mother, – told ex-wife of the meter. Is a cake of puff pastry with a thick layer of raspberry jam and thickly laid walnuts. Glory loves this pie.”

Despite the struggle with severe illness, Vyacheslav Zaitsev not going to give up. He is preparing to release a new collection of clothes “autumn-winter” and hopes that the specialists will be able to put him on his feet. “The doctors are very optimistic, – he told. They say that I am a person cheerful, strong, and so I’ll be cool.”

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