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Everyone of us dream of Designer fashion apparels starts in our clothing up to fashion accessories which embed the name of our favorite fashion brands like Gucci, Prada, Ralph Lauren, and many more. When I was a kid, I want that my outfits is pretty elegant like wearing designer clothes from head to foot. Especially now that I’m in majority age, I feel that I’m a superstar upon wearing the most expensive designer products or else, what a lovely moment for me upon enjoying my fashion lifestyle in luxurious way.
For some fashionista today, not all has the capability to enjoy those luxury fashion apparels of designer clothing. Some are budgeting their selves in buying their fashion apparels because of economic crisis that we are suffering. Though, for some fashionista around the world, recession is not a hindrance for them to buy those luxury products of designer brands. Why? Once you are being a full pledge fashionista, there’s no way out being addicted in those elegant and shining like diamond fashion products.
As we go in line of top designer clothes brands, I want to feature to you some of the top brands that surely every fashionista are getting craze just to have them all. Today, I want to feature the Luxury fashion lifestyle with Gucci, Prada, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and Christian Dior. Let’s see how these brands compete to each other just to render us their high quality products that surely we dream to have it. Not just talking about their fashionable apparels, I want you to figure out the the spirit of designer clothing is to give the fashion industry of colorful and momentous life that every fashion workers and fashion people will both benefited. As I’ve said in my other articles or blogs, Designer Clothing brands are the players of the major role in order to uplift the fashion industry into its network. The progress and stability of fashion industry is rely on the networks of different designer clothing brands.
Here are some scope to your favorite Designer Brands:
When Guccio Gucci—son of a Florentine craftsman—opened a modest leather-goods shop in his native city in 1921, he laid the foundation for what would become one of the world’s most powerful and recognizable luxury brands. Gucci was wise to the ways of the European aristocracy, having once worked at the Savoy Hotel in London, and his store’s wares included traveling articles, luggage, and saddlery with a certain elegant je ne sais quoi. By the 1930’s his accessories and bags, distinguished by the horse bit and stirrup motif, had become trendy among the well-heeled set. Over the next 30 years Gucci and his sons—Rodolfo, Aldo, Ugo, and Vasco—cemented the brand’s international prestige with the introduction of its iconic bamboo-handled bag (still in production today), green-red-green webbing, and logo of interlocking G’s. The network of Gucci this year according to Interbrand Best Global Brands list is $8,182million which is handling its position on top 41.
Prada’s origins lay in a Milan boutique selling luggage, leather goods, and accessories, but it was not until 1978 that the company underwent radical change with the takeover of the family firm by Miucci Prada (1950- ) and her husband Patrizio Bertelli. The institution of new management methods, a keen sense of design, and the implementation of an effective marketing policy helped to create a fresh, fashion-conscious identity. In 1985 the company introduced black nylon backpacks and tote bags which were originally sought after by the fashion-conscious as anti-status. However, they soon carried Prada’s embossed silver triangle brand identity. The company’s first ready-to-wear collection was launched in 1989 and was admired for its clean lines and ‘elegant minimalism’. Subsequent designs have been characterized by fabric innovations and computer-enhanced patterns. In 1992 Prada launched its cheaper Miu Miu line, aiming to capture a more youthful market sector. The company’s success in this project was underlined by the inclusion of Drew Barrymore in many Miu Miu advertisements in the mid-1990s. The network of Prada this year was top 87 in Best Global Brands top list which earns $3,530million.
It’s all about status and luxury, as far as Chanel is concerned. Chanel is one of the leading luxury brands worldwide. Its image is synonymous with good taste. Gabrielle Chanel (Coco) One might have thought that the creator of such luxury goods would come from a rich family. Not so. This amazing French woman rose from a milliner to what we know today…a true status symbol herself. Women changed the way they dressed because of her. It was during the ’20’s when Gabrielle Chanel made a new look herself. Chanel is a luxury fashion pack as they delivers you the perfect fashion lifestyle such as having Chanel clothes apparels, Chanel stylistic accessories, Chanel fragrance, and Chanel Make ups. Chanel is top 59 in Best Global Brands Top list who has a sales of $6,040million.
DOLCE & GABBANA
Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana founded Dolce & Gabbana in 1982, showing their first women’s collection in Milan three years later to widespread praise. The pair opened their first boutique in Tokyo in 1989, and Madonna famously wore one of the pair’s shirts in 1991 to the Cannes Film Festival. They presented their first men’s collection that same year and have since expanded into fragrances, underwear, handbags, shoes, swimwear, eyewear, and jeans. The label is known for signatures like corset dresses, leopard print, and sexy, sleek three-piece pantsuits. The Network of this brand was quite good but not belong into top list Best Global brands.
The most influential fashion designer of the late 1940s and 1950s, CHRISTIAN DIOR (1905 to 1957) dominated fashion after World war II with the hourglass silhouette of his voluptuous New Look. He also defined a new business model in the post-war fashion industry by establishing Dior as a global brand across a wide range of products. Fashion Designer Christian Dior (1905-1957) was born in Normandy, France. At his parents’ insistence, he studied political science. After military service and several years of indecision, he returned to Paris in 1935 and began his design career by selling sketches. His hat designs were initially more successful than his dress designs. But he concentrated on his dress designs and was hired by Robert Piguet in 1938. During the war, he served in the South of France, then returned again to Paris in 1941 and worked for Lucien Lelong, a much larger design house. In 1946, he was able to open his own house, backed by textile manufacturer Marcel Boussac.