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The high-end fashion designer Nancy Lord is known for her immaculate tailoring, quality fabrics and her use of rich colors. Located on eclectic Granville Island , the boutique showcases her mostly made-to-measure creations suited for professional men and women. Cashmere, wool and other fine fabrics fill the store in a range of styles. Some ready-to-wear fashion apparels are also available in Nancy lord site.
Founded in 1983, Nautica has evolved from a collection of men’s outerwear to a leading global lifestyle brand with products ranging from men’s, women’s and children’s apparel and accessories to a complete home collection. Now part of VP Corporation, a leader in branded quality apparel. Nautica has become one of the most important American brands throughout the world. Nautica has 200 free-standing retail stores outside of mainland USA which include Abu Dhabi, Bahamas, Bali, Beijing, Costa Rica, Dubai, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Macau, Mexico City, Panama, Peru, Romania, Shanghai, Turkey and Venezuela.
U.S. sportswear company. It was founded in 1964 as Blue Ribbon Sports by Bill Bowerman, a track-and-field coach at the University of Oregon, and his former student Phil Knight. They opened their first retail outlet in 1966, launched the Nike brand shoe in 1972, and renamed the company Nike Inc. in 1978. In 1979 it claimed 50% of the U.S. running shoe market. In 1980 the company went public. Part of Nike’s success is owed to endorsements by such athletes as John McEnroe, Michael Jordan, and Mia Hamm. In the 1990s the company suffered from revelations about conditions in its overseas factories, but it remained a top producer of athletic shoes and clothing.
New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc. (NBAS), best known as simply New Balance, is a footwear manufacturer based in Boston. It was founded in 1906 as the New Balance Arch Support Company. Eschewing expensive advertising campaigns, it has nevertheless grown to be one of the largest makers of sports footwear in the world. New Balance is notable in that it has continued to maintain a manufacturing presence in the United States as well as in the United Kingdom for the European market–in contrast to its competitors in the same market space, such as Nike and Adidas, who purchase designs from manufacturers in China, Vietnam, and other developing nations.
Nicole Miller is a fashion designer with a modern, ageless aesthetic. Her silhouettes are artfully draped to achieve a unique body consciousness. Her signature is feminine, sexy and refined. Miller draws inspiration from a wide range of influences including cinema, contemporary art, mid-20th century architecture and exotic cultures. She is known for elements of whimsy and surprise, and is the preeminent New York- based designer among global fashion’s print and color elite.
France’s Naf Naf SA is one of France’s top ten women’s clothing retailers, operating retail boutiques throughout the country and elsewhere in the world. The company’s main brand is its Naf Naf line of women’s ready-to-wear fashions, targeting the 18-to-25-year-old segment. Naf Naf sales account for 80 percent of all company sales. The company also owns another strong brand, Chevignon, which targets the mid-to-high-end men’s sportswear market, and particularly the 25 to 40 year set. Chevignon, representing 18 percent of company sales, has also gained considerable success on the international market. Since 1999, Naf Naf has been building up a third brand, Diapositive, targeting an older, more affluent female consumer.
Nina Ricci is established as one of the longest running Parisian couture houses. Unlike her peers, Elsa Schiaparelli and Chanel, Ricci’s reputation does not rest on a revolutionary fashion statement. Instead, she was successful because she provided an understated, chic look for elegant and wealthy society women, always classic, yet intoxicatingly feminine. When it came to designing clothes, Nina Ricci relied greatly on her feminine intuition. She worked directly on the model and designed by draping the actual fabric, which she felt gave her the answer to what the dress would become. Creating clothes was simply a matter of solving problems and in the 1930s she described several of them—she had to find an extra special, elegant detail that would render a dress a client’s favorite and achieve a maximum ease and lightness that did not encumber the wearer when moving or dancing.
In a highly original way, Norma Kamali has been designing with uncanny foresight for the modern woman’s multifaceted lifestyle. The sensational success of her sweatshirt-fleece fabric line in 1981 brought Kamali clothes into the mainstream, while she continued to design experimental, one-of-a-kind fashions for wealthier clients. The mass produced sweats offered good design in comfortable clothes, with a touch of the eye-catching elements that have distinguished Kamali. Inspired by the late 1960s British Designer clothing she brought back from England to sell in the New York Norma Kamali boutique— the retro Biba clothing of Barbara Hulanicki in particular—Kamali began offering her own designs to keep up with the demand. When she opened her New York OMO (On My Own) boutique in 1978 after her divorce, Kamali symbolized all newly independent women.