Iris Apfel, the influential fashion icon and interior decorator who helped restore the White House for nine presidents, died Friday at the age of 102, Report informs, citing NBC News.

Talent agent Lori Sale confirmed her death. Apfel died at home in Palm Beach, she said.

Apfel’s Instagram account posted an image of a stunningly dressed Apfel and the words “August 29, 1921 — March 1, 2024.”

Apfel came to fashion through fabric, founding Old World Weavers, an international textile manufacturing company, with her husband Carl, in 1950, according to her bio from publisher HarperCollins.