A cool and comfort style of V fashion brands risen up to give you new trends and new scope fashion statements which improve your fashion genre this coming new year. Let say New Year, New style, New Life, New World, New Fashion Statement, New Fashion Pilgrimage, etc. Well, here I am again, your one of the most promising blogger here in WordPress that guides you in the coolest and enticing world of Fashion. Its been so long that I never touch this blog because of some intruding matter. But today, I’m here to update my informative and readers-friendly blog which truly gives you a matter of knowledge and information with regards into Fashionistas catalog. So, as the continuation of my fashion alphabets, I will give you now the stronghold list of Versatile Fashion of ”V” Fashion brands…
VALENTINOValentino Haute Couture offers a variety of collections made up of unique items singularly handcrafted in the prestigious atelier situated in Rome. A team of about 40 “Premiere” is entirely dedicated to the highest quality manufacturing of one of a kind precious creations.Valentino Prêt-à-Porter presents sophisticated, exclusive lines for women and men intended for an elegant, but unconventional young clientele.
VERYVery offers stylish clothing from a wide range of designers and celebrities including Holly Willoughby, Fearne Cotton, Steve Jones, Jasmine Guinness and Denise Van Outen to name just a few. Very talks to its’ customers using social media and has innovative marketing tools including VBlog and an interactive online magazine, VStyle, which are full of fashion tips and style advice. We also use paper to showcase our ranges and to inspire customers by bringing them the latest looks direct from the catwalk, the must-have brands and special offers.
VICTORIA BECKHAMVictoria Beckham can finally say with confidence people take her seriously as a designer. She’s been working pretty hard to achieve this position and now there is the reward. She has been nominated for the British Fashion Award. Not she exactly, but her brand – Victoria Beckham.
VIONNETThe House of Vionnet opened in 1912 at 222, Rue de Rivoli. Madeleine Vionnet provided one-third of the financing while the remaining investment was supplied by one of her client, Germaine Lilas, Henri’s Lillas’ daughter, the owner of the Parisian department store Bazar de l’Hôtel de Ville (BHV). In 1914, when World War I started, Madeleine Vionnet closed the house and set off to visit Rome.
VERA WANGIn 1990, Wang’s father thought the time was right for her to launch her own business and offered financial backing. She began her bridal gown business and opened her shop in the upscale Carlyle Hotel on Madison Avenue in New York City. According to the official Vera Wang website, “The Vera Wang label quickly took off, earning praise from the fashion elite for its luxurious fabrics, exquisite detailing and modern interpretation of classic lines.” A & E Biography stated that Wang successfully used colors and innovative ideas in her dresses, adding that she knew how to “attract attention yet still be elegant at the same time.” And Business Leader Profiles for Students noted that “Wang introduced her trademark use of ‘illusion netting’ in her gowns, a fabric that gave the illusion of bare skin.” However, all this did not translate to immediate profits for her business.
VICTORIA’S SECRETVictoria’s Secret made buying lingerie not only a pleasure but a must in the late 1980s and 1990s. The upscale lingerie and apparel firm took shopping for lingerie from the neglected corners of department stores and put it front and center in thousands of boutiques throughout the United States. Both men and women happily flocked to the sensuous, sumptuously decorated shops and buying sexy innerwear was no longer a chore or embarrassing for either sex.Men gladly accompanied their wives or lovers to Victoria’s Secret, while women enjoyed finding a myriad of products in every size and shape imaginable. This was the experience Roy Raymond had in mind when he founded Victoria’s Secret in 1977 in San Francisco. Loath to shop for lingerie or foundations for his wife in austere surroundings, Raymond envisioned an appealing shop with a stylish decor—somewhere with a Victorian-boudoir feel. The next year, Raymond took his lingerie fantasies a step further, creating a mail order catalogue to sell his growing selection of bras, panties, slips, and loungewear.
Vivienne WestwoodVivienne Westwood is a legend in her own lifetime, a designer who inspires many other designers and who makes clothes that delight her loyal customers. Born in Derbyshire in 1941, she first became a household name when, in partnership with Malcolm McLaren, she invented the punk uniform. Let It Rock, SEX, Seditionaries, Pirates, and Buffalo Girls were all early collections they created together at their shop in World’s End, Chelsea. All became classics and served to challenge common preconceptions of what fashion could be. Since severing business ties with McLaren, Westwood has gone on to become one of the industry’s most revered figures. She has achieved all this without any formal training. In the ’80s she was hailed by Women’s Wear Daily as one of the six most influential designers of all time, and in 2004 the Victoria & Albert Museum launched a travelling retrospective exhibition defining her iconic status – the tour will last 7 years and visit Australia, China and the USA.
VERSACEIn the entire world, no fashion brand is better known than Versace. Only around for three decades, this Italian high-fashion brand has become a mainstay, pulling in huge money per year and constantly releasing new, cutting-edge items. Born in Reggio, Calabria, Italy in 1946, Gianni Versace was destined to be a fashion designer. Throughout the 1990s, Versace was the most sought after designer in the world, earning billions of dollars in revenue and crossing over into modern accessories and fragrances. Sadly, on July 15, 1997, Gianni Versace was gunned down outside his Miami, Florida mansion by a crazed gunman on a killing spree. After his death, Gianni’s sister, Donatella Versace, took over the business and continued on the successes of her brother.
VON DUTCHVon Dutch Originals, founded in 1999, provides white-trash fiends everywhere with greaser-chic jeans, skinny T-shirts and motorcycle jackets, but it’s the wide-billed, foam-front trucker’s hat that has elevated the label to its current God-like status. The hats are made from a variety of fabrics, including terrycloth, velvet, leather, denim and even faux Dalmatian fur (Cruella DeVille is somewhere scoffing). Each design is limited to a run of 1,000, which both fuels demand and explains why you might have to wait 5 years to cover your noggin’ with certain styles.