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Another worthwhile content for the list of fashion brands or Designer clothing brands that expressively giving life into the fashion network of worldwide fashion industry. When we talk about the lines or networks of fashion, there are different genre of fashion where the fashion brands are belong with. And they are culminated into fashion design and style of every fashionista in every fashion cities. Fashion is not just about on the clothing that every person wear for. Fashion is the lifestyle and statement of every person who love fashion in their stream personality.
This time, as continuation in compiling the designer clothes brands into their respective Alphabet category, here are the Gigantic lines of “G” Fashion in which the lines of fashion brands here are compose of fashion brands that initialize into letter G. Fashion brands like Guess, Gucci, Giorgio Armani,GFF Gianfranco Ferre, Guy Laroche, Marithe & Francois Girbaud, Giordano and many more. So, here are the list of Gigantic lines that belongs to “G” fashion.
The Group’s principal activities are to design, market, distribute and license lifestyle collections of casual apparel and accessories for men, women and children that reflect the American lifestyle and European fashion. The Group operates through the following divisions: Retail, European, Wholesale and Licensing. The Group also grants licenses to manufacture and distribute products, which complement its apparel lines. The trademarks of the Group include GUESS, GUESS?, GUESS U.S.A., GUESS Jeans, Triangle Design, Question Mark and Triangle Design, BRAND G, a stylized G, GUESS Kids, Baby GUESS and GUESS Collection. The Group’s products are sold in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, South America, Australia, Mexico, the Middle East and Africa. As on 31-Dec-2006, the Group owned and operated 336 retail stores in the United States and Canada. Retail Opers accounted for 61% of 2006 revenues; European Opers, 21%; Wholesale Opers, 12% and Licensing Opers, 6%.
Gucci is an iconic Italian fashion and leather goods label. It was founded by Guccio Gucci (1869 – 1953) in Florence in 1921. Gucci is considered one of the most famous, prestigious, and easily recognizable fashion brands in the world.The House of Gucci is part of the Gucci Group which belongs to the French conglomerate company Pinault-Printemps-Redoute (PPR). Gucci generated circa US$9.8 billion worldwide of revenue in 2008 according to Business Week magazine and climbed to 45th position in the magazine’s annual “Top 100 Brands” chart created by Inter-brand Gucci is also the biggest-selling Italian brand in the world. Gucci operates about 425 stores worldwide and it wholesales its products through franchisees and upscale department stores.
Giorgio Armani S.P.A. is an Italian fashion company. The company designs and manufactures products in several categories including fashion accessories, apparel, cosmetics, fragrances, home interiors, jewelry, eye wear and watches under several labels including Giorgio Armani, Armani Collezioni, Emporio Armani, Armani Jeans, Armani Junior, Armani Exchange, and Armani Casa. End of year sales for 2005 were $1.69 billion.
Gianfranco Ferré is considered a minimalist and a modernist, but upon closer inspection of his work, you will see that there are a lot of things going on, seemingly invisible at first glance, but definitely captivating and adding beauty to his work. The subtleness and complexity of his designs add to the mystic of his work. Definitely modern and mystical at the same time. Simple at first glance, complex upon close inspection. It is not about less is more. It is about “more and seemingly less” sums up Gianfranco Ferré’s creations.
Think of Giordano International as the Old Navy of the Pacific Rim. Named after a New York pizzeria, the retailer is known for colorful, low-cost casual apparel and chipper service. Its store banners include Giordano, Giordano Ladies, Giordano Junior, and the budget-conscious Bluestar Exchange. Giordano operates or franchises more than 1,900 stores in China and Hong Kong (its primary markets), and a dozen other Asian countries, as well as Australia, and the Middle East. Expanding internationally it has opened its first stores in Egypt, Russia, and the US (in Los Angeles). The company has been reducing its exposure to unprofitable garment manufacturing operations. Giordano was founded in 1981 by Jimmy Lai.
During the late 1960s, Laroche sold a large amount of shares in his business to Bernard Cornfeld and to L’Oréal, the hair and beauty product manufacturers. The perfume side of the business then became a division of the L’Oréal beauty company. Licensing deals throughout Europe, Asia, and South America helped maintain a high profile for Guy Laroche products, including intimate apparel, footwear, luggage, sunglasses, and outerwear, while the company itself was later bought by French pen and razor manufacturer, Société Bic.
Marithé Bachellerie— Lyon, France, 1942; François Girbaud— Mazamet, France, 1945. Joint Career: Business formed in 1965; showed first collection, 1968, first boutique selling Girbaud-designed jeans opened, Paris, 1969; Halles Capone boutique opened in Paris, from 1972; first U.S. shop, Nantucket Island, Massachusetts, 1984; Jeaneration 21 line introduced, 1993; HiTech/HiTouch line developed, 1993; other lines included Complements for women, Closed for men, Reproductions for children, Complete Look accessories, Kelian-Girbaud shoes, Maillaparty, Compagnie des Montagnes et des Forêts, 11342, and Millesimes; launched promotional campaign for X-yoke shorts called the Cool Front featuring in-store refrigerator displays, 1996; moved men’s jeanswear license from V.F. Corporation to I.C.
The house of Givenchy was founded in 1952 by designer Hubert de Givenchy and is a member of Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture et du Pret-a-Porter. It is owned by luxury goods behemoth LVMH and in 1993 achieved a total sales worth of $176 million, making it the second largest apparel division of LVMH after Dior. During his reign as the designer of the label bearing his name, Hubert de Givenchy was known for his modern, ladylike styles, which earned him many loyal clients. The most famous patron of the brand was Audrey Hepburn in films such as Sabrina, for which Edith Head claimed the Academy Award, How to Steal a Million and Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Other famous patrons include the Guinness, Grimaldi and Kennedy families, who famously wore Givenchy clothes to the funeral of John F. Kennedy. Hubert de Givenchy retired in 1995.
Goyard La Maison Goyard has, since 1853, proudly established an artisan’s approach to the making of distinctive cases, trunks, luggage and hand bags. Adhering to a traditional fabrication that remains unchanged to this day, all pieces are entirely hand-made in France. It should be noted that, although the pieces are “hand-made”, they are not hand-stitched.
G-Star’s style has a heavy military influence with inspiration from all across the world. Specializing in RAW denim, this label has collections for both men and women, who enjoy urban and vintage military attire. Created in 1989 by a Dutch clothing company, the brand was originally called Gap Star but later changed the name when they decided to expand it on an international scale. Renowned for their innovative, rough, and edgy styles combining unwashed and untreated denim, with authentic detail and practical features, the brand pushes the boundaries of regular fashion. Appealing to all ages, styles, and fashion genres, G-Star’s success is evident in its unique identity and unconventional approach towards fashion. Rather than follow the trend, G-star prefers to follow the product. In addition to denim wear, G-Star’s collections have expanded to bags, gloves, hats, jackets, knitwear, shirts, t-shirts, and sweat wear.
Gio Goi designer clothing is the brand of the moment, although it has been around since the early 80’s! Gio Goi clothing popularity has increased over the years and this is because a number of new generation of rock stars have been seen wearing Gio Goi clothing, including Amy Winehouse, Artic Monkeys and Tom Meighan of Kasbian. Pete Dochety also has done an ad-campaign alongside Gio Gio including a MTV documentary to increase its brand profile. All these famous names have made Gio Gio into a cool brand even causing them to be voted ‘brand of the year’ by Drapers magazine. Thus the music scene plays a big part in the design of Gio Goi which includes lyrics from famous songs been printed on their t-shirts, Gio Goi always finds advantage in promoting their brand so all their designs include the Gio Goi logo. With their success Gio Goi have now expanded into footwear, accessories and denim both on ladies and mens. Designerwear online are happy to help this brand progress and spread the word of what Gio Goi is all about!
Best known for its teen fashion, Golddigga has succeeded in combining aspirations and fashion demands for the past decade. The label’s streetwise designs, retro sportswear, and snug fitting jeans provide the perfect funky casual wear for teenage girls who are looking for bright, bold colors and fashionable styles, with a cheeky edge. The brand’s ability to move with current trends has helped it grow over the years and provide diverse collections for teenagers, including girly delicate pieces as well as funky, vibrant street wear. The collections are made up of hoodies, skirts, dresses, t-shirts, vest-tops, jackets, sportswear, shorts, footwear, and accessories.
A mix of both fashion-led and classic designs, Great Plains produce a full range of smart-casual clothing and accessories for the modern stylish woman. A much-loved British label with a long heritage, Great Plains focus on wearable basics: knitwear, trousers and tops feature heavily. They also produce more trend-led pieces each season to compliment the core range. The quality and fit of the garments is excellent. Combine this with reasonable pricing and it is easy to see why the label is adorably popular in the UK and beyond. Great Plains clothing is sold in major department stores throughout the UK, and also on their online boutique and a variety of other online retailers.