Elsa Klensch Cause Of Death: How Did Elsa Klensch Die? All you need to know about how the Australian-American journalist die.
Elsa Klensch was an Australian-American journalist, novelist, and television personality, who often worked in the fashion world. Style with Elsa Klensch was a weekly CNN fashion and design program that she hosted from 1980 to 2001. She was also the producer and host.
Klensch was born on February 21, 1930, in Cooranbong, in the Lake Macquarie District of New South Wales, to Johann Ernst and Mary Margaret (nee Miles), Aeschbacher.
Charles Klensch was her husband. She met Charles in Hong Kong while he was on leave from his post as the Saigon, South Vietnam, news bureau manager for American Broadcasting Company. They were married in 1966 during wartime Saigon and settled in New York City.
She was employed at the Sydney Telegraph and Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and the Public Information Office of the Territory of Papua and New Guinea. She edited the Hong Kong Trade Bulletin, Women’s Wear Daily, and was senior fashion editor at Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, The New York Post, and WCBS-TV.
Style with Elsa Klensch was her television program, which ran on CNN from 1980 to 2000. She was also the author of four mystery novels.
Elsa Klensch Cause Of Death: How Did Elsa Klensch Die?
Elsa Klensch died on March 4, 2022, at age 92 in New York City. The cause of her death is not known at the moment, as there is no report online to ascertain what actually caused the Elsa death.