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Hanging Out with the High Quality Fashion of “H”

h fashion brandsH stands for High quality fashion. A worthwhile fashion that stands up in the trendy world of fashion industry. As long as there are fashionistas, there are lot of fashion labels that fly out and soar high for the benefits of giving a milestone fashion trends which enlightens the world of fashion. The trademark of Fashions are belongs to the labels of Designer clothes brands that gives a meritorious fashion apparels that persuade the life of every fashionista worldwide. H stands for the Humility fashion of every fashion cities that booming its network because of the fashion lines that grew there. And H stands for the fashion line of “H” fashion brands in the list of designer clothing brands alphabets here in UK Fashion Emporium. Let’s hanging out with the High quality Fashion of “H”. Here are the list:

Hanes

Hanes brands can’t wait until it gets its Hanes on you. It makes bras, boxers, hosiery, socks, and other unmentionables under top-brand names, including Bali, Champion, Barely There, Just My Size, Hanes, L’eggs, Playtex, and Wonderbra. Its bras are tops in the US; its underwear, legwear, and activewear units are leaders, as well. The company, which sells its products through stores such as Wal-Mart, Target, and Kohl’s, also makes legwear under license for Donna Karan and DKNY and underwear for Polo Ralph Lauren. Former parent Sara Lee spun off the division in September 2006. During the years since the spinoff, Hanesbrands has been shuttering plants and eliminating up to 5,300 jobs or some 10% of its workforce.

Hermes

Hermes is one of the grandest houses in the lexicon of luxury goods. Established in 1837 by Thierry Hermes as a fine harness-making business and today world-renowned for its handcrafted, exceptionally desirable (and expensive) leather goods, most notably its Kelly and Birkin handbags, in recent years Hermes has also become a major player in ready-to-wear fashion. Since 2004, Jean Paul Gaultier has designed the brand’s womenswear collections (he succeeded Martin Margiela, who was appointed in 1998) while Hermes’ mens wear designer Veronique Nichanian has designed sophisticated ‘clothing objects’ for the company since 1988. The company first created clothing in the ’20s: sportswear that was intended to complement the accessories. However it wasn’t until the ’50s that Hermes won a wider male audience for its clothes, when it first launched its printed silk ties.

Hackett

Hackett Limited produces clothing and accessories. The company’s products include sportswear, shirts and ties, knitwear, outerwear, accessories, and kids wear. The company operates stores in the United Kingdom, France, Holland, Portugal, and Spain. The company also sells its products through its Website. The company was founded in 1983 as Gillywest Limited and changed its name to Hackett Limited in June, 1992. Hackett Limited is based in London, United Kingdom.

Helmut Lang

An attenuated, urban aesthetic, embodied by subtle mixes of luxury fabrics and post-punk synthetics, dominates Helmut Lang’s confident designs. Both his menswear and womenswear are uncompromisingly modern: stark minimalist pieces in somber city shades are combined with harsh metallic and slippery transparent layers, questioning the restrictions of traditional tailored clothing.

Hield

The Hield clothing is a timeless quality brand. Hield brothers was established in 1922 by David and Hugh Hield as a supplier of the fine worsted fabrics to the world Hield is part of Gamma Beta Holdings a private company, which employs 250 people based on two sites in the heart of Yorkshire’s quality worsted industry Briggella Mills, Beadford, West Yorkshire BD5 0QA England.

H&M Hennes & Mauritz

H&M has been at the forefront of affordable chic for some time now. From its Swedish base, Hennes and Mauritz has grown into a major multinational clothes and cosmetics retailer. Just the place for fashionistas, it now has over 1500 outlets in 28 countries and a turnover in 2007 of over SEK92bn. H&M was one of the first to challenge the retail clothing sector by delivering fast fashion at low prices. The company offers different concepts for women, clothes for men, teenagers and children and includes everything from modern basics to high fashion. The collections are supplemented by matching accessories, nightwear, underwear and cosmetics. However H&M does not have factories of its own but has a multitude of designers and buyers and works with around 700 independent suppliers to produce clothing collections for almost everyone, all at affordable prices. H&M lives by its business concept, ‘fashion and quality at the best price‘.

Harajuku Lovers

Pop Diva Gwen Stefani created this quirky street clothing and accessories line for guys, girls and kids. It embraces the super-cute Japanese ‘Kwaii’ style, straight from the streets of Harajuku. The clothes are fresh, energetic and fun. Heavily influenced by the originality and quirky style of Japanese youth, Stefani has swiftly built her fashion empire. It began with L.A.M.B (her mainline label) in 2004, closely followed by the more mainstream Harajuku Lovers in 2005. The beauty of Stefani’s brand is the synergy between her music and clothing concept. Collections often feature lyric motifs, and her four backing dancers named Love, Angel, Music and Baby (The ‘Harajuku Girls’) are commonly depicted on merchandise. The clothes are comfortable and easy to wear, whilst retaining a seriously cute appeal – it’s not hard to imagine why this label has a cult following worldwide.

Hari

Let’s face it ladies, if we have to go for that run or slog it out in the gym then most of us would much rather do it in style and that’s exactly where Hari comes in. Getting sweaty has never been so attractive! The Hari designer sportswear brand for women clothing has made working out cool again. This hot new designer brand was founded in late 2007 by fashion entrepreneur Lainey Sheridan Young and has already proved popular with celebrities worldwide. This luxury London fitness wear label is a genius mix of functionality and sexiness. Features bold slogans and graphic prints on super wearable and essential pieces.

Haversack

Haversack was formed in 1998 by Japanese designer Koji Norihide. Haversack takes its name from the sturdy, military bag featuring one shoulder strap that has been used by soldiers for generations. The haversack was recognized for its strength and durability and Koji Norihide affects such qualities in his own pieces. The Haversack collection is a contemporary range that uses unique craftsmanship techniques in combination with natural fabrics and rich textures to create long lasting, casual clothing for men of all ages. The staple range is awash with simplistic shape and tailoring such as classic, granddad collar shirts but goes to extra design lengths when it comes to detailing, color and fabric. Haversack is a luxury brand of menswear that is available in selected retailers worldwide and online. The flagship store is in Tokyo, Japan.

Henleys

The UK casual wear brand provides a wide range of bold designs, vibrant colors combinations, elaborate prints, and fine details, allowing it to be one of the UK’s most popular and desirable fashion collections. Considered a lifestyle label, Henleys have introduced elements of luxury into the styles, allowing it to combine trendy, fashionable collections, with passionate, high quality, and pioneering designs. The inspirational clothing line includes denim wear, sportswear, hoodies, t-shirts, jackets, knitwear, shorts, shirts, swimwear, and accessories, and is planning to expand on an international level.

Howies

Howies began on the living room floor of the founders flat over 10 years ago; the first part of the story was the design of four t-shirts. These four t-shirt designs were priced at £30 each and went on to be sold in the back of a mountain biking magazine. Within no time at all the orders came flooding in and Howies was well on its way to success… Since that day in 1995 Howies has moved from strength to strength and is now selling a range of men’s, women’s, and children’s urban casual wear throughout the UK and online. With its roots firmly set in BMX and skateboarding. The brand remains casual and customized for activity by featuring utility detailing to natural raw fabrics.

Hush Puppies

Hush Puppies is an international brand of contemporary, casual footwear for men, women and children. The shoes have been described as “the classic American brushed-suede shoes with the lightweight crepe sole”. A division of Wolverine Worldwide, Hush Puppies is headquartered in Rockford, Michigan. Wolverine markets or licenses the Hush Puppies name for footwear in over 120 countries throughout the world. In addition, the Hush Puppies name is licensed for non-footwear fashion categories, including clothing, eye wear and plush toys.

Hugo Boss

HUGO BOSS is represented in the fashion market by the BOSS and HUGO brands. These brand collections and their fashion lines are aimed at various target groups, creating a brand world of extraordinary fashion diversity at a constantly high level of quality. The BOSS Black, BOSS Selection, BOSS Orange and BOSS Green lines as well as the accompanying accessory collections are all part of the core BOSS brand.

Halston

After rising in the fashion world in the sixties as a milliner for Bergdorf Goodman (and, famously, Jacqueline Kennedy), Roy Halston Frowick launched his eponymous womenswear label in 1968, buoyed by his connections with socialites and celebrities. The label is noted for its luxurious but minimalist, modern designs, like heavyweight cashmere evening dresses, ultrasuede wrap coats, and simple jersey sarongs. Halston expanded to include menswear and perfume in 1975. In its heyday, the label was known for A-list clientele including Lauren Bacall, Bianca Jagger, Liza Minnelli, and Liz Taylor. Newsweek dubbed Halston “the best designer in America” in 1972. But almost as famous as his supporters was the designer clothing reputation as a hard-partying nightlife king—drugs, booze, and Studio 54 ubiquity—which eventually led to his abrupt downward spiral. In 1973, Halston sold his name to Norton Simon Industries.

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