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In our sense of having fashion statement, most of us are exploring for best fashion brands that cater us cool and trendy stuff. We search for everything just to see the most trendy fashion designer clothes that we can add into our wardrobe. The mainline of fashion is not just in the momentum of top fashion clothing in your area. You need to go towards around the globe in order to seek for the best elegance of fashion apparels that will give perfect look of fashion statement throughout the season. As part of my fashion alphabets, I will give you the list of Mainline fashion in category of “M” fashion. Take a look on it for you to see top designer clothing brands that belongs to M Fashion.
Sophisticated shoppers find elegant, chic, timeless Mango fashions in more than 850 stores in 81 countries on five continents. Known for their celebrity models – Elizabeth Jagger comes to mind, and their celebrity designers – Penelope and Monica Cruz also come to mind, Mango Clothing operates twenty three stores throughout the United Kingdom, including seven in London’s nicer neighborhoods. Mango enthusiasts also should visit the chain’s website, where powerful, engaging images show classic Mango UK fashions to their full advantage. Especially enjoy Penelope Cruz very seductively modeling several of her own designs.
Marks & Spencer (M&S) is a major British retailer, with over 885 stores in more than 40 territories around the world, over 600 domestic and 285 international. It is the largest clothing retailer in the United Kingdom, as well as being an upmarket food retailer, and as of 2008, the 43rd largest retailer in the world. Most of its domestic stores sell both clothing and food, and since the turn of the century it has started expanding into other ranges such as homewares, furniture and technology.
What began in the Green Mountains in Vermont, now roams the world. For more than 26 years, Merrell has been providing outdoor enthusiasts with quality performance footwear. As the needs of the outdoor enthusiasts have changed, so too has Merrell’s approach to addressing those needs. Over time, the concept of “outdoor” has broadened to include all types of activities and environments – both natural and urban. Merrell is driven to keep pace with this evolution of “The New Outdoor,” and continues to evolve. It’s been written that what’s important is not the destination, but the journey. So join us as we take you through The Merrell Journey – from all-leather hiking boots to plastic telemarking boots to the moc that created the After sport category.
Miki Mialy, Japanese fashion designer created her mark in Paris in 1992. First mainly sold in Japan, she developed season after season in the European and since two seasons in United States. In 2002, Miki Mialy open her fist shop in Paris for the ten years anniversary. Miki MIALY designs clothes that live and breath style into their wearers. The details are subtle yet always sublimely present and just a little bit curious. Meticulous tailoring and an innate understanding of what makes a woman feel at ease renders Miki’s designs feminine, sensual and chic yet resolutely individual with attitude and a lust for life.
A theme that has always characterized Mila Schön’ s creations is the strong relationship between the art and fashion design. Waves, coloured concentric circles, sharp chevron patterns inlayed on double faced fabric and knitwear inspired by Noland’s art works, the optical and geometrical effects typical of Mondrian, Calder’s mobiles, Klimt and his abstractions, Albers, Persian patterns, Pollock’s dripping, Vasarely’s multiplied images and Fontana’s experiments, with his famous cuts reproduced in an essential dress, conceived as a canvas for the artist: a mere support for the image. A rigorous construction, where the cut is the natural evolution of the lines, the initial geometries develop in a sober and essential silhouette, where elegance is always closely connected to the exceptional quality of the fabric, the chromatic choice is always accurate and recognizable, and the realization process of clothing is never submitted to a creative whim, but it is always conceived in a present projected into the future.
Miss Selfridge specializes in key trend fashion pieces for women, stocking sizes 6-16 in clothing as well as an extensive range of accessories, footwear, jewellery, lingerie and nightwear. In addition to this they also have a petite line that has been developed and perfectly proportioned for women of 5’3” and under.
Missoni exemplifies success in a specific fashion area, knitwear for men and women. In the knitwear business since 1953, the business begun by Ottavio (Tai) and Rosita Missoni took off with recognition by Anna Piaggi in 1965 and was one of the landmark enterprises of the Italian renaissance in postwar fashion products through the 1960s and 1970s. In 1968 and 1969, Missoni garnered worldwide attention for knit dresses, coats, and sweaters that revived the sensational appeal of knits in the 1920s. From a start in producing the finest knits, the Missoni repertory came to include pullovers, long coats, chemises, trousers, and skirts. Even more, in the 1970s, the Missonis’ deliberate allegiance to Milan heralded that city’s eminence as a fashion center and helped create Milan fashion week.
Miu Miu is positioned as the daily-oriented, younger clothing line from the Prada fashion house, opened in 1992 and headed by Miuccia Prada. The name of the collection is taken from Miuccia Prada’s nickname. There are Miu Miu boutiques situated in New York, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, London, Florence, Rome, Melbourne, Milan, Tokyo, Nagoya, Kobe, Fukuoka, Paris, Singapore, Hong Kong, Boston, Kuwait, Taipei, and Hawaii. Miu Miu has plans to open up another United States boutique in South Coast Plaza.
Monsoon rains down fuchsia Nehru-collar blouses and purple chenille throws. The company offers women’s, men’s, and children’s apparel, home furnishings, and accessories from about 1,000 Monsoon and Accessorize stores in the UK & Ireland and more than 50 other countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. Originally a purveyor of ethnic fashions from India and the Far East, Monsoon now sells what it calls “deluxe boho chic” casual and dress apparel. Some Monsoon stores carry bridal apparel. Its Monsoon Home store and in-store departments offer interior design items and accessories. Monsoon’s founder Peter Simon took the company private in 2007 in a deal valued at £755 million.
Morgan de Toi is a clothing brand, owned by the French company Morgan SA. The company was established in 1947 to sell lingerie, but has since diversified. At present it has over 650 retail outlets worldwide. Production is vertically integrated and takes place mainly in France. The brand is targeted at women between the ages of 18 and 35. The CEO is Dominique Damon and the headquarters are based in Paris.
Franco Moschino once commented, was an ironic statement coming from one of Europe’s most successful designers. Based in Milan, Moschino originally studied fine art, with ambitions to be a painter, but came to see that tailoring and fabrics could be just as valid a means of expression as paint and canvas. Consequently, his first job in fashion was with the Cadette label, for whom in 1977 he produced a simple range of stylish clothes. Starting his own label in 1982, Moschino used his experience in the Italian fashion industry as a source for his philosophical ideas evolving a set of tactics designed to shake the fashion establishment out of its complacency. Much to his amazement, he was embraced with open arms as a new iconoclast by the very people he despised. Essentially Moschino was picking up where Schiaparelli had left off, displaying an interest in the surrealist tactic of displacement—he has for a long time professed a love of Magritte’s use of the juxtaposition of incongruous imagery to produce a surreality. This is aptly shown in designs such as his quilted black denim mini with plastic fried eggs decorating the hemline, quilted jacket decorated with bottle tops, plug-socket drop earrings, and bodices made out of safety pins. Moschino’s 1989 fun fur collection included a winter coat of stitched together teddybear pelts and a scorch-mark printed silk shirt saying “too much ironing.”
A dynamic force in the apparel industry during the 1990s, Mossimo, Inc. sells men’s and women’s sportswear and activewear, retailing its apparel through 100 in-store shops located in department stores and specialty retailers. The Mossimo label, created by Mossimo Giannulli, gained notoriety during the late 1980s, becoming a highly popular brand of beachwear. During the 1990s the company expanded into sportswear and registered great success. Further expansion during the mid-1990s into upscale menswear yielded disappointing results, leading to numbing financial losses. The losses led to a 25 percent reduction in employment and pervasive cost-cutting measures. Giannulli, who presided as chairman and maintained creative control over Mossimo, Inc., owned 73.3 percent of the company, which also included two stand-alone retail stores. The company’s headquarters and production facilities were located in Irvine, California.
The wild child of British style is fed up with the dreary and the lackluster; It’s time to emancipate your silhouette from a world of mediocrity with cult brand Motel’s eclectic mix of punk, left-field, retro and fun-filled killer style clothing. Set your faces to stun… It’s time to get conspicuous.
The brand was introduced in 1955 by Munsingwear, a Minneapolis-based underwear and military garment store, when it launched the Original Penguin golf-shirt in the United States. Worn by the likes of Richard Nixon, Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope, Arnold Palmer, and Bing Crosby, this golf shirt became a symbol in suburban leisure until well into the 1980s. The penguin mascot may have come about after a Munsingwear salesman spotted a group of penguins in a New York Taxidermist’s window. Before long, “Pete” the penguin became the company logo. In 1996 the brand was bought by Perry Ellis International, and a new sportswear collection was released in Spring 2003.