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Dream of “D” Fashion: Designer Clothes All The Way

When you are in fashion, all things that you wanted to have is not just a dream but it’s a firm facts that turns into reality. Everything you want in fashion means a reality that you can have it once you see it and buy it. Yes, when it comes to our dreams in life, the easiest thing the we dream of is all about fashion apparels that we wanted to have it. Why? because if we dream of a house or even a car, it takes lot of sacrifice in order to buy those things. While in dreaming of new shoes or even new designer clothing is easy to buy and having it.

In dreaming of fashion apparels, you need some simple aid the will help you what kind of fashion statement are you going to in. So, here it is the “D” fashion in which comprises of some high quality designer clothes brands which belong to the “D” fashion alphabet. All you want to know and have it  about D fashion brands will surely help you in this awesome blog of mine. This is the continuation of my blog about the worthwhile tribute of UK Fashion Emporium in having Fashion Brands Alphabet.


Diesel is an innovative international design company, producing a wide-ranging collection of jeans, clothing and accessories. Diesel is a leader in pioneering new styles, fabrics, manufacturing methods and quality control to guarantee an outstanding product. The company is present in over 80 countries with over 5,000 points of sale and more than 300 mono-brand stores. 200 of which are company-owned and the rest in partnership with local distributors. When Renzo Rosso founded the company in 1978, he wanted it to be a leader, a company that took chances and carved out a niche for itself in its field. He surrounded himself with creative, talented people – innovators who, like him, rejected the slavish trend following typical of the fashion industry.

Dolce & Gabbana

Dolce & Gabbana is an Italian fashion house with designs being worn by the likes of Isabella Rossellini, Madonna, Naomi Campbell, Angelina Jolie, and Kylie Minogue amongst others.  The Dolce & Gabbana fashion house is well-known for its ability to make what is traditionally menswear look sexy and feminine and for their controversial use of exotic animal prints and skins. Their most famous designs include pinstripe suits paired with black bras; zebra and leopard prints and clutch handbags; colourful suede and leather belts; high heel boots that can be worn at three different heights and the famous Pour Homme perfume. The Dolce & Gabbana fashion house has two central lines:

Dolce & Gabbana= Dolce & Gabbana specialises in special high-end items, influenced by long-term trends rather than seasonal changes. The range features beachwear, underwear, corrective glasses, sunglasses, fragrances and purses

D&G=D & G is a more casual urban line that attempts to set trends rather than follow them. It is the younger, more unrestrained line, including beachwear , underwear, glasses, sunglasses, fragrances, jewellery and watches.


The modern apparel and accessories corporation, DKNY, was founded in 1989 in New York by Donna Karan, head designer, and her late husband, Stephan Weiss. She was inspired by her daughter, Gabby. Karan had a challenging goal of combining comfort and luxury in her clothing lines to appeal to her target market. Karan believes that whatever design she creates, it begins and ends with the body. DKNY became a publicly-traded venture 1996, and in 2001, was purchased by LVMH, Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessey, a French luxury corporation. Many labels and brands have branched off of the original DKNY brand/label including DKNY Jeans, pure, DKNY Active, DKNY Underwear, DKNY Juniors, DKNY Kids, and DKNY Baby. After eight years of creating only women’s apparel, Karan considered the needs of the many men in her life beginning with her husband, and generated a menswear collection called DKNY Men in 1992. This new label consists of tailored suits, dress wear, formalwear, casual wear, sportswear, and shoes. The DKNY beauty collection was also derived in 1992. Since then, DKNY has created a successful skincare line and popular fragrances. In 2001, the DKNY Home collection, which includes traditional luxury bedding and accessories, and DKNY LIFE, which has more contemporary and fashion-forward bedding, were introduced.

Dooney & Bourke

Dooney & Bourke started in 1975 when Peter Dooney and Frederic Bourke launched their namesake in South Norwalk, Connecticut. The duo started off with two introductory products: surcingle belts, which were popular due to their unique vibrant colors and stripes, and classic suspenders.Dooney & Bourke is a company specializing in fashion accessories, such as handbags, iPod cases, luggage, bracelets, watches, and briefcases, as well as a limited clothing line, which includes sweaters, shoes, jackets, and scarves. While most products are made for women, there are some products, such as sweaters, belts, wallets, briefcases, and some shoes made for men. Founded in 1975, Dooney & Bourke products range from $20–$625. Dooney & Bourke produces goods in the niche market where the brand is recognizable as a mid-level product but is priced such that it is easily accessible to the budget conscious.

Dennis Basso

What began in 1983 as a line of pelts sold out of the trunk of a rented Town Car has transformed into a multinational brand synonymous with luxury fur. Larger-than-life designer Dennis Basso outfits everyone from Upper East Side socialites to hip-hop artists with his “new fur” styles, including cropped fox jackets built just like Chanel’s signature boleros, striped chinchilla trenches similar to J. Mendel’s originals, and embroidered, beaded black mink overcoats that almost hide the fact that they’re fur. After twenty years of sales through solo and group fur shows, the label found a home in 2003 in a massive Madison Avenue flagship, which doubles as a favorite spot for weekend PETA protests. Basso also began designing non-fur ready-to-wear items for his fall 2007 runway show. The label’s discount line has been a huge success on QVC, selling well over a million faux-sable coats.


The Dockers Brand has embodied the spirit of khaki for more than 20 years. Since their introduction in 1986, Dockers has been perfecting khakis — and the essential goods to go with them — for men and women all over the world. No compromises in quality. Just versatile, essential style. Day to night. Monday to Sunday. Wearing the pants has never looked so good. Dockers® new global approach is focused on creating an updated and decidedly masculine collection of khakis. Dockers® is committed to making the khaki an essential and much-loved item in the modern man’s wardrobe. By providing the consumer with a range of choices in fit, color and style, Dockers® provides stylish: options for work, going out or hanging out. In a world where denim dominates men’s wardrobes, khaki offers a fresh and distinctly grown up alternative.


From its early years, Williamson-Dickie enjoyed steady growth, slowed only by the Great Depression, and during World War II, the company was sequestered to produce millions of uniforms for the nation’s armed forces. In converting to civilian production after the war, C. Don Williamson began a strategy of geographical expansion and established new production facilities, warehouses, and sales territories throughout the United States. In the late 1950’s, Williamson-Dickie became an international company by expanding into the European market and the Middle Eastern market – where Texas oilmen introduced the Dickies brand to Middle Eastern oil fields. While Williamson-Dickie began as a bib overall company, today it has grown to be the number one manufacturer of work apparel worldwide. By continually expanding and updating its selection, Williamson-Dickie now offers garments ranging from its staple work pants and work shirts to items such as women’s workwear, chore coats, and denim jeans. Dickies® workwear is currently sold in all 50 states and throughout the world in countries such as South Africa, Australia, Russia, Chile, Japan, Iceland, Canada, Europe and Mexico.


Duofold outdoor apparel gives you the freedom to focus on your outdoor passion. We use the latest fabric and garment technology to give you uncompromisable protection against the elements—so you can concentrate on the job at hand. Duofold began its tradition of innovation in 1906 and has since continued that tradition with the introduction of the first two-layer thermals, the Varitherm performance base layer, and the Duo-Dri moisture management system. Duofold outfitted the British Royal Marines on their successful expedition to the South Pole, Olympic participants as they won medals and weekend warriors as they performed their best under the most challenging conditions. Firefighters, police officers and U.S. military forces around the world wear Duofold on a daily basis.


3 comments on “Dream of “D” Fashion: Designer Clothes All The Way

  1. webmistress27
    December 9, 2009

    LOVE YOUR BLOG will be returning to read more soon its stylish and chic, keep up the good work

    Happy Holidays from

    come by and check us out anytime

  2. ZuzannaM
    December 11, 2009

    Great blog, happy Holidays to you!

  3. Joanna
    December 13, 2009

    Wow! Again nice collection of great designers!Thank you!

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