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Yves Saint Laurent (1936-2008) at fashion show (January 2002) with friend and muse Catherine Deneuve, and models.
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  • Vivienne Westwood.
  • Italian fashion designer Gianni Versace (1946-1997).
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  • German fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld.
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  • American fashion designer Marc Jacobs. He has been the creative director of the French design house Louis Vuitton since 1997.
  • American fashion designer and film director Tom Ford.
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"When in doubt, wear red." - Bill Blass.

"Fashion fades, only style remains the same." - Coco Chanel.

"Simplicity is the keynote of all true elegance." - Coco Chanel.

"I’m a kind of fashion nymphomaniac who never gets an orgasm." - Karl Lagerfeld.

"One is never over-dressed or under-dressed with a Little Black Dress." - Karl Lagerfeld.

"A woman's dress should be a like a barbed-wire fence: serving its purpose without obstructing the view." - Sophia Loren.

FASHION DESIGN is the art of the application of design and aesthetics or natural beauty to clothing and accessories. Fashion design is influenced by cultural and social latitudes, and has varied over time and place. Fashion designers work in a number of ways in designing clothing and accessories. Some work alone or as part of a team. They attempt to satisfy consumer desire for aesthetically designed clothing; and, because of the time required to bring a garment onto the market, must at times anticipate changing consumer tastes.

FASHION DESIGNERS attempt to design clothes which are functional as well as aesthetically pleasing. They must consider who is likely to wear a garment and the situations in which it will be worn. They have a wide range and combinations of materials to work with and a wide range of colors, patterns and styles to choose from. Though most clothing worn for everyday wear falls within a narrow range of conventional styles, unusual garments are usually sought for special occasions, such as evening wear or party dresses.

Some clothes are made specifically for an individual, as in the case of haute couture or bespoke tailoring. Today, most clothing is designed for the mass market, especially casual and every-day wear.

HAUTE COUTURE (French for "high sewing" or "high dressmaking") refers to the creation of exclusive custom-fitted clothing. Haute couture is made to order for a specific customer, and it is usually made from high-quality, expensive fabric and sewn with extreme attention to detail and finished by the most experienced and capable seamstresses, often using time-consuming, hand-executed techniques. Couture is a common abbreviation of haute couture and refers to the same thing in spirit.

It originally referred to Englishman Charles Frederick Worth's work, produced in Paris in the mid-nineteenth century. In modern France, haute couture is a "protected name" that can be used only by firms that meet certain well-defined standards. However, the term is also used loosely to describe all high-fashion custom-fitted clothing, whether it is produced in Paris or in other fashion capitals such as Milan, London, New York and Tokyo.

PRÊT-À-PORTER or READY-TO-WEAR (often abbreviated RTW; "off-the-rack" or "off-the-peg" in casual use) is the term for factory-made clothing, sold in finished condition, in standardized sizes, as distinct from made to measure or bespoke clothing tailored to a particular person's frame. Off-the-peg is sometimes used for items which are not clothing.

Ready-to-wear has rather different connotations in the spheres of fashion and classic clothing. In the fashion industry, designers produce ready-to-wear clothing intended to be worn without significant alteration, because clothing made to standard sizes fits most people. They use standard patterns, factory equipment, and faster construction techniques to keep costs low, compared to a custom-sewn version of the same item. Some fashion houses and fashion designers produce mass-produced and industrially manufactured ready-to-wear lines, while others offer garments that, while not unique, are produced in limited numbers.

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  • 16ARLINGTON - "16Arlington - the cult London label questioning the idea of glamour with an infectious eccentricity. Hailed by British Vogue as the cool girl’s go-to for ‘conversation-starting’ evening-wear, 16Arlington proposes a maximalist fashion language that expertly, deliciously negotiates the boundaries of trash - as well as a deeply accomplished skill for pattern cutting and hand-embroidery."
  • ACNE
  • Adeola - "The young designer subverting the ruffle to empower women."
  • ADOLFO - Cuban-born American fashion designer who started out as a milliner in the 1950s. While chief designer for the wholesale milliners Emme, he won the Coty Award and the Neiman Marcus Fashion Award. In 1963 he set up his own salon in New York, firstly as a milliner, and then focusing on clothing. He retired from fashion design in 1993.
  • ADRIAN - (1903-1959).
  • Adrienne Vittadini
  • AGENT PROVOCATEUR
  • AgnÈs B.
  • aiayu - Danish label of sustainable, luxurious cashllama knitwear, from the highlands of Bolivia.
  • AKRIS - Swiss high-end fashion label since 1922.
  • ALAÏA - known as the 'King of Cling'.
  • ALAN FLUSSER - "Flusser Femme Bespoke Tailoring for Women."
  • Alber Elbaz - (1961-2021). Was an Israeli fashion designer. He was the creative director of Lanvin in Paris from 2001 until 2015, after having done stints at a number of other fashion houses, including Geoffrey Beene, Guy Laroche, and Yves Saint Laurent.
  • Alber Elbaz (1961-2021) - "Despite his thousands-cheer talent and unlike many of his contemporaries, Alber—who died today at 59 from Covid-19—wasn’t larger than life."
  • ALBERTA FERRETTI
  • ALBERTO MAKALI
  • ALESSANDRO DELL'ACQUA
  • ALEX PERRY - "Undoubtedly Australia's premier couturier."
  • Alexa Chung
  • ALEXANDER Julian
  • Alexander McQueen.
  • Alexander McQueen - (17 March 1969 – 11 February 2010) was a Scottish fashion designer and couturier. He founded his own Alexander McQueen label in 1992, and was chief designer at Givenchy from 1996 to 2001. His achievements in fashion earned him four British Designer of the Year awards (1996, 1997, 2001 and 2003), as well as the CFDA's International Designer of the Year award in 2003.
  • Alexander McQueen - British luxury fashion house founded by designer Alexander McQueen in 1992. Its current creative director is Sarah Burton.
  • ALEXANDER WANG
  • Alexandre Vauthier
  • Alexis Mabille
  • alfred fiandaca couture
  • ALICE AND OLIVIA - by Stacey Bendet.
  • ALLEGRI - "The Architects Of Fabrics." Inventor of water-resistant cashmere called Rain Cashmere.
  • Altuzarra
  • ALVIERI MARTINI
  • Alyx - Designed by Matthew Williams.
  • Amanda Phelan
  • Amanda Wakeley - since 1990. British luxury lifestyle brand.
  • Andra Gabrielle - women's custom clothing, Chelsea, NYC, in films, Vogue, New York Times, international celebrity clients, artists, models, actresses: 305 W 21st St New York, NY 10011, U.S.A.
  • ANDREW MACKENZIE
  • Angela Kelly - designer, dressmaker and milliner, who has served as Personal Assistant and Senior Dresser to Queen Elizabeth II since 2002.
  • Anine Bing
  • Anita Dongre - recognized as India's leading Fashion house.
  • Ann Demeulemeester.
  • ANN DEMEULEMEESTER - Belgian fashion designer whose label, Ann Demeulemeester, is mainly showcased at the annual Paris Fashion Week. She is known as one of the Antwerp Six in the fashion industry.
  • Ann Taylor
  • ANNA SUI
  • Anna Valentine - since 1986. British luxury fashion house launched in 1986. The label's biggest client is Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
  • Anne Klein - since 1968. "Shop the official Anne Klein USA online shop for luxury designer clothing, suits, jewelry, handbags, watches, shoes, sunglasses more."
  • Anne Klein - (1923-1974). Was an American fashion designer and businesswoman, the founder and namesake of Anne Klein & Company.
  • Antipodium
  • ANTONIO BERARDI - popular designer among Hollywood celebrities.
  • Antonio Castillo - (1908-1984). Together with Pierre Balmain, Cristóbal Balenciaga, and Christian Dior, was considered one of the most promising of the new generation of Paris designers to emerge after World War II.
  • ANYA HINDMARCH
  • A.P.C.
  • Aril77
  • APRIORI
  • AQUASCUTUM - since 1851. "Understated British elegance."
  • Archetipo
  • ARMANI COLLEZIONI
  • Arnold Scaasi.
  • ARNOLD SCAASI - (1930-2015). Canadian fashion designer who has created gowns for First Ladies Mamie Eisenhower, Barbara Bush, Hillary Clinton, and Laura Bush, in addition to such notable personalities as Joan Crawford, Ivana Trump, Princess Yasmin Aga Khan, Lauren Bacall, Diahann Carroll, Elizabeth Taylor, Catherine Deneuve, Brooke Astor, Arlene Francis, Mary Tyler Moore and The Baroness Wendy DeVere-Austin. Bucking the trend for affordable fashions, Scaasi opened a couture salon catering to a clientele of socialites and celebrities in 1964. He was noted for his tailored suits and glamorous evening wear and cocktail dresses trimmed with feathers, fur, sequins, or fine embroidery. In 1968, he caught the eye of a worldwide audience when Barbra Streisand wore his sheer overblouse and pants ensemble to collect her Academy Award for Funny Girl. The media attention made him a household name overnight.
  • ARTICO
  • ASHISH - "Discover the latest Collections, Ready To Wear, Clothing, and Runway by Ashish." Ashish Gupta is an Indian fashion designer. Ashish has been called as the rising star of London’s fashion scene. He has been named one of the top new generation creators by the British Fashion week. He designs in London, has workshops in India, where he gets complex hand embroidery done, and sells in London and Toronto.
  • ASLUXE
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  • ASTON MARTIN
  • Astrid Andersen
  • AUSTIN REED
  • AVANT TOI
  • AVON CELLI - founded in Milan in 1922. One of the oldest Italian knitwear fashion houses.
  • AZ Factory - "High-End Designer Fashion Clothes for Women." Featuring sporty silhouettes in colorful couture and technical fabrics, our tribute showcased the innovative athletic-couture direction that Alber always dreamt of for AZ Factory. We will forever be inspired by his creativity, generosity, and mission to create smart fashion that cares.
  • Loris Azzaro.
  • AZZARO
  • Azzedine Alaëa (1940-2017).
  • AZZEDINE ALAÏA - (1940-2017). Known as the 'King of Cling'. Tunisian-born couturier & shoe designer, particularly successful beginning in the 1980s. For almost 20 years he privately dressed members of the world's jet set. Devotees included both fashion-inclined celebrities & fashionistas: from Marie-Hélène de Rothschild, Louise de Vilmorin, Grace Jones, Tina Turner, Raquel Welch, Madonna, Janet Jackson, Brigitte Nielsen, Naomi Campbell, Stephanie Seymour, Tatiana Sorokko, Shakira, Franca Sozzani, Isabelle Aubin, Carine Roitfeld to Carla Sozzani.
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  • BADGLEY MISCHKA - hailed by Vogue as one of the "Top 10 American Designers" and as the darling of the Hollywood set.
  • Cristóbal Balenciaga.
  • BALENCIAGA - luxury fashion house founded in 1917 by the Spanish designer Cristóbal Balenciaga in San Sebastian, Spain and now based in Paris. Balenciaga had a reputation as a couturier of uncompromising standards and was called "the master of us all" by Christian Dior. The brand is now owned by the luxury group Kering.
  • BALLANTYNE - established 1921.
  • BALLY - since 1851.
  • Pierre Balmain.
  • BALMAIN - since 1945.
  • Band of Outsiders
  • Harrington jacket | Baracuta G9.
  • Baracuta - since 1937. Maker of the Harrington jacket is a lightweight waist-length jacket, made of cotton, polyester, wool or suede — usually with traditionally Fraser tartan or check-patterned lining. In 2007, to celebrate the 70th anniversary of its brand, Baracuta released three special edition G9 jackets with quotes by Presley, Steve McQueen and Frank Sinatra - all of them frequent wearers of the Harrington — printed on the lining.
  • BARBARA BUI
  • BARBARA CASASOLA
  • BARBARA TFANK
  • BARBOUR - since 1894. "Women's Countrywear Collection." The heart of the Barbour brand, this season’s classic countrywear celebrates the colours found in the British countryside. A range of jackets, gilets and knitwear in new textures and yarns hang alongside established favourites. Understated, practical clothing designed with the outdoors in mind.
  • Basile - "Italian Fashion."
  • Basler
  • Batsheva - since 2016. "Batsheva is a New York-based ready-to-wear brand for women and girls." Batsheva plays with American styles of feminine dress - from Victorian to Pioneer; from Housewife to Hippie - by taking elements symbolic of restraint and repression (high collars, voluminous sleeves and skirts) and giving them a modern inflection.
  • BATTISTONI
  • BCBGMAXAZRIA RUNWAY
  • BEA VALDES
  • BELLA FREUD
  • Belstaff - since 1924. Belstaff was the first company to use wax cotton in the manufacturing of waterproof apparel for motorcycling.
  • BENETTON
  • Betsey Johnson.
  • BETSEY JOHNSON - American fashion designer best known for her feminine and whimsical designs.
  • BEVERLY HILLS POLO CLUB
  • Bibhu Mohapatra
  • Bill Blass.
  • BILL BLASS - since 1970. American fashion designer, born in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He was the recipient of many fashion awards, including seven Coty Awards and the Fashion Institute of Technology's Lifetime Achievement Award (1999).
  • Bill Kaiserman
  • Billionaire Couture
  • Billy Reid
  • BLUMARINE
  • BMW APPAREL
  • BOTTEGA VENETA - Ready to wear. Online shop.
  • Brandon Maxwell - "Brandon Maxwell is a luxury women’s ready-to-wear label launched in New York in 2015. The brand was born out of the desire to make women feel beautiful, sophisticated and powerful, with timeless garments that are impeccably tailored. With a focus on craftsmanship, the entire collection is designed in New York City."
  • BRIONI - "To be one of a kind."
  • BROOKS BROTHERS - business and casual clothing for men and women.
  • BROWNS FASHION - the latest fashion collections from Lanvin, Bottega Veneta, Balenciaga, Marni, Marc Jacobs, Azzedine Alaia and more.
  • BRUCE OLDFIELD - British fashion designer, best known for his couture occasionwear. Notable clients have included Sienna Miller, Barbra Streisand, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Diana Ross, Emmanuelle Seigner, Rihanna, Kelly Brook, Taylor Swift, Elizabeth McGovern, Rosamund Pike, Anjelica Huston, Faye Dunaway, Jacqueline Jossa, Melanie Griffith, Charlotte Rampling, Jerry Hall, Joan Collins, Diana, Princess of Wales, Queen Noor of Jordan, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Sophie, Countess of Wessex & Queen Rania of Jordan. Today, couture, bridal and custom made, together with complementing accessories, can be found at 27 & 34 Beauchamp Place, London SW3.
  • BRUNELLO CUCINELLI - since 1978. "Be inspired by the spirit of the season. Discover the new arrivals from the ready-to-wear, shoes, bags, small leather goods and accessories collections for Women."
  • BRUNO CARUSO
  • BRUNO Ierullo
  • BUGATTI
  • BULGARI
  • BURBERRY - since 1856.
  • BY MALENE BIRGER - worn by Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge.
  • BYRON LARS BEAUTY MARK
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  • C'N'C' CoSTUME NATIONAL
  • CACHAREL - since 1962.
  • CACHÉ
  • CADOLLE
  • Callaghan
  • Callot SŒurs - was one of the leading French fashion design houses of the 1910s and 1920s.
  • Calvin Klein.
  • CALVIN KLEIN - since 1968. American fashion designer who launched the company that would later become Calvin Klein Inc., in 1968. In addition to clothing, he also has given his name to a range of perfumes, watches, and jewellery.
  • CALVIN Luo - since 2014. "The label has predominantly shown womenswear collections epitomized by the blurring of boundaries separating menswear and womenswear. Calvin Luo launched his first stand-alone menswear collection for Spring/Summer 2019."
  • CAMBIO STYLE
  • CAMILLA AND MARC
  • CANADA GOOSE - committed to producing the best extreme cold weather outerwear in the world.
  • Carla Zampatti - since 1965.
  • CARMEN MARC VALVA
  • CAROLINA HERRERA
  • CAROLINE ROSE
  • CAROLINE CHARLES
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  • Carven
  • CARVIL - Paris since 1952.
  • CASASOLA - since 2013.
  • CASTRO
  • CATHERINE WALKER - (1945-2010). The quintessential royal couturier was the designer who Diana, Princess of Wales, consistently came back to.
  • Cecilie Bahnsen - "Iconic femininity and romance, Cecilie Bahnsen’s sculptural approach comes together in exquisite materials to achieve beautiful silhouettes in every dress created. Dresses to celebrate every moment in life."
  • Cefinn by Samantha Cameron
  • Ceil Chapman - was an American fashion designer who worked in New York City from the 1940s to the 1960s. She was noted for creating glamorous cocktail and party dresses and for working with celebrity clients including television and movie actresses.
  • CÉLINE - founded in Paris in 1945 by Céline Vipiana.
  • Nino Cerruti.
  • CERRUTI 1881 - since 1967.
  • CESARE PACIOTTI - since 1980.
  • Coco Chanel (1883-1971).
  • CHANEL - founded by the couturier Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel in 1909. Was a French fashion designer and businesswoman. The founder and namesake of the Chanel brand, she was credited in the post-World War I era with popularizing a sporty, casual chic as the feminine standard of style.
  • Charles Frederick Worth (1825-1895).
  • CHARLES FREDERICK WORTH - (1825-1895). Was an English fashion designer who founded the House of Worth, one of the foremost fashion houses of the 19th and early 20th centuries. He is considered by many fashion historians to be the father of haute couture. Worth is also credited with revolutionising the business of fashion.
  • CHARLES JAMES - (1906-1978). English-American fashion designer. He is best known for his ballgowns and highly structured aesthetic. James is one of the most influential fashion designers of the 20th century and continues to influence new generations of designers. Known as "America's First Couturier".
  • CHARLES JOURDAN - "Fondée en 1921, Charles Jourdan a plus de cent ans. Trop âgé pour se réinventer? Pas lorsque l’audace est chevillée à vos souliers depuis toujours. En 2022, la maison renaît et renoue avec la culture de la créativité qui constitue son identité."
  • Cherevichkiotvichki - all collections.
  • CHEZ NINON - (1928-1996).
  • CHIP & PEPPER
  • Chitose Abe
  • CHLOÉ
  • CHRISTIAN COWAN
  • CHRISTIAN SIRIANO - Christian Siriano is a red carpet favorite for celebrities. Michelle Obama wore a royal blue dress designed by Siriano for the speech she made at the Democratic National Convention on July 25, 2016.
  • christina economou - "Christina Econoumou was born and raised in Greece. She started her career in fashion by attending Parsons and Istituto Marangoni in Paris at the end of which she won the 2011 International Award at London Graduate Fashion Week. Her collections reflect her own effortless and eclectic style, resulting in a line that is as cool and progressive as it is timeless and respectful."
  • Revenge dress. Image Courtesy: Enciclopedia1993.
  • christina stambolian - "My Story." I designed and produced 15 full-scale catwalk shows at prestigious venues such as The Park Lane Hotel, The Intercontinental and Claridges. Between 1983 and 1994, my designs were sold in 'Christina Stambolian' boutiques in Paris and London. I have contributed to charitable organisations by donating various of my creations: The 'Revenge Dress' worn by Princess Diana at the 'Serpentine Gallery' was bought by Graeme Mackenzie, the Scottish collector, and has been used for worthy causes like 'Children First', the Royal Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.
  • Christophe GuillarmÉ
  • Christopher John Rogers - "Fashion's Next Big Name." Since launching his eponymous brand only a few seasons ago, the designer’s voluminous silhouettes, sharp tailoring and unabashed use of color have already earned him a CFDA/#&47;Vogue Fashion Fund Award and a legion of fans, including Zendaya, Tracee Ellis Ross and Michelle Obama.
  • Christopher Kane
  • Claire Pettibone
  • Claude Montana
  • Cleofe Finati
  • Club Monaco
  • COLLETTE DINNIGAN
  • COMME DES GARÇONS
  • CoSTUME NATIONAL
  • County of Milan
  • André Courrèges (1923-2016).
  • COURRèGES - French fashion designer, known for his ultra-modern designs.
  • CROMBIE - since 1805.
  • CRUCIANI
  • CUSHNIE ET OCHS
  • CUYANA - since 2013. "Our mission is to inspire and enable simple elegance with fewer, better things."
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  • DAKS - design, manufacture and retail of tailored garments and accessories for men and women. United Kingdom.
  • Damir Doma
  • Danielle Frankel - "A Bridal label made in New York." Danielle Frankel is inspired by celebration and the beauty of bridal. With a respect for nostalgia and tradition, but a forward and directional approach to a modern woman’s desires, designer Danielle Hirsch creates a new perspective of what it means to be a woman getting married.
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  • David Emanuel - Welsh fashion designer who is best known for having designed (along with his then wife Elizabeth Emanuel) the wedding dress worn by Diana, Princess of Wales in 1981.
  • DAVID KOMA
  • DELLA CIANA
  • Demna Gvasalia
  • DENNIS BASSO - "Handmade in New York City."
  • Derek Lam
  • Diane von Fürstenberg.
  • DIANE VON FURSTENBERG
  • DIESEL
  • Christian Dior.
  • DIOR
  • DKNY
  • Dodo Bar Or - since 2014. "Drawing on her Middle Eastern heritage for inspiration, Dodo fuses references to traditional design, art and architecture with a cool, fashion-forward outlook."
  • Domenico Dolce & Stefano Gabbana.
  • DOLCE&GABBANA - since 1985.
  • DOMENICO VACCA
  • DOMINIQUE SIROP - haute couture.
  • Donna Karan.
  • DONNA KARAN
  • DOO.RI
  • DRIES VAN NOTEN
  • Drifter
  • DSQUARED
  • Dumitrascu
  • Duro Olowu - since 2004. "Nigerian-born British fashion designer. He is best known for his innovative combinations of patterns and textiles that draw inspiration from his international background. Olowu enjoyed early support from American First Lady Michelle Obama, who frequently wore his designs."
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  • Edith Head - (1897-1981). American costume designer who won a record eight Academy Awards for Best Costume Design, starting with The Heiress (1949) and ending with The Sting (1973).
  • EDUARDO LUCERO
  • Edward Molyneux (1871-1974).
  • Edward Molyneux - (1871-1974).
  • EDWARD SEXTON
  • ELIE SAAB
  • ELISABETTA FRANCHI
  • ELISE GUG - 2011 Oscar-winning director Susanne Bier's favorite designer.
  • Wedding dress of Lady Diana Spencer designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel.
  • ELIZABETH EMANUEL - best known for her 1981 wedding dress for the wedding of Diana, Princess of Wales valued at £9000 with a 25-foot (8-metre) train. Her 'fairytale ballgown' sold at auction on December 3, 2013 for £102,000.
  • Elsa Schiaparelli (1890-1973).
  • ELSA SCHIAPARELLI - (1890-1973).
  • Emanuel Ungaro.
  • EMANUEL UNGARO
  • EMIL RUTENBERG
  • EMILIA WICKSTEAD - her clothes are worn by the Duchess of Cambridge, Gwyneth Paltrow, Brie Larson, Diane Kruger and Kate Bosworth.
  • Emilio Pucci.
  • EMILIO PUCCI
  • Emilio Schuberth
  • EMPORIO ARMANI
  • EPONINE - "Bespoke Fashion."
  • Equihua - "Pronounced 'e-KEE-wah' One of a kind. Like you. No basics WEB EXCLUSIVE. Made in LA by Kitana and dreamers."
  • Equipment
  • Erdem - "Synonymous with versatile yet powerful femininity."
  • ERIC BOMPARD CASHMERE
  • ERIC Raisina
  • ERMANNO SCERVINO
  • ESCADA - since 1978.
  • E.TAUTZ
  • ETRO - "Queen of Paisley."
  • EUGEN KLEIN - since 1975.
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  • FABRIZIO GIANNI
  • FAÇONNABLE
  • FARINAZ
  • Fausto Puglisi
  • FEDELI CASHMERE
  • Federica Cavenati - (1993-2021).
  • Felipe Varela - Spanish fashion designer. He dresses Queen Lete,' is being suspended indefinitely, luxury conglomerate LVMH announced today."
  • FENDI - founded in 1925.
  • FERRAGAMO - founded 1927.
  • FERRARI
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  • Figaret Paris
  • Fiona Clare London - "Couture Designer." The award-winning fashion and couture designer, Fiona Clare is one of the Duchess Of Cornwall's favourite designers.
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  • Fiona Clare - "The designer shaping the Duchess of Cornwall’s elegant royal wardrobe."
  • Fortuny - (1871-1949).
  • FRAME
  • Francisco Costa - Brazilian designer and the Women's Creative Director of Calvin Klein Collection.
  • FRANK USHER
  • Fratelli Rossetti
  • FRENCH CONNECTION
  • FRED SEGAL
  • FRÈRE
  • Fruit of the Loom - since 1851. Women's.
  • FÜSUN
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  • Gabriela Hearst - "Discover the world of Gabriela Hearst and explore the latest collection of sustainable luxury at the official online store."
  • GABRIELLE STRENESSE
  • Gaby Aghion - (1921-2014). French fashion designer and the founder of the French fashion house Chloé. She is said to have coined the phrase "prêt-à-porter".
  • Princess Irene Galitzine (1916-2006).
  • Galitzine - site of Princess Irene Galitzine. Best known for "palazzo pyjama".
  • GALLOTTI
  • GANT
  • Garage Italia - "Garage Italia Official Jumpsuits."
  • GARDEUR
  • GARETH PUGH
  • GEORGE RECH
  • Georges Chakra.
  • GEORGES CHAKRA - international haute couture fashion house. Beirut-based Lebanese haute couture fashion designer. Established his brand in 1985. What started as a customized workshop for local and regional clientele has grown into an international haute couture fashion house, having dressed the likes of Rihanna, Beyoncé, Tyra Banks, Jennifer Lopez, Helen Mirren and more. Since 2001, he has presented collections at Paris Fashion Week.
  • Geren Ford
  • Amal Alamuddin's first outfit as Mrs Clooney is perfection.
  • GIAMBATTISTA VALLI - the go-to designer for the rich and royal (e.g. Mrs. Amal Alamuddin Clooney).
  • Gianfranco Ferré.
  • GIANFRANCO FERRÉ
  • Giles Deacon
  • GIMO'S
  • Gina Fratini - (1931-2017). Among the top personalities who wore Fratini designs was Elizabeth Taylor, who wore a Fratini wedding dress for her second wedding to Richard Burton. Diana, Princess of Wales, also wore Fratini designs to public events.
  • GIO GUERRERI
  • Giorgio Armani.
  • GIORGIO ARMANI
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  • Giorgio di Sant' Angelo - (1933-1989). Italian-born American fashion designer. He created romantic clothing that reflected the hippie culture of the era.
  • Giovanni Battista Giorgini - (1898-1971). Staged and hosted 'First Italian High Fashion Show' on February 12, 1951 in Florence, Italy.
  • GIOVANNI FABIANI
  • GIUSEPPE ZANOTTI
  • Hubert de Givenchy (1927-2018).
  • GIVENCY - founded 1952. French luxury fashion and perfume house. It hosts the brand of haute couture clothing, accessories and Parfums Givenchy, perfumes and cosmetics.
  • Gosia BaczyŃska
  • Greta Constantine - since 2006. "Special occasion womenswear." Line of women's wear designed by Kirk Pickersgill and Stephen Wong in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  • GRYPHON - NEW YORK
  • GUCCI
  • GUDRUN & GUDRUN - hand knitted sweaters used by the character Sarah Lund in the Danish TV series "The Killing".
  • GUESS
  • Guo Pei - 'The Queen of China's Haute Couture'.
  • GUY LAROCHE - founded in 1957.
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  • H&M
  • HAIDER ACKERMANN
  • Halston.
  • HALSTON - since 1953. Was an American fashion designer who rose to international fame in the 1970s. His minimalist, clean designs, often made of cashmere or ultrasuede, were a new phenomenon in the mid-1970s discotheques and redefined American fashion. Halston was known for creating a relaxed urban lifestyle for American women.
  • HANEY - "The epitome of classic elegance, unabashed glamour and modern luxury."
  • Hardy Amies - (1909-2003). Was an English fashion designer, founder of the Hardy Amies label and a Royal Warrant holder as designer to Queen Elizabeth II. The association began in 1950, when Amies made several outfits for the then-Princess Elizabeth's royal tour of Canada. He established the monarch's crisp, understated style of dress. "I don't think she feels clothes which are too chic are exactly very friendly," he told one fashion editor. "The Queen's attitude is that she must always dress for the occasion".
  • Hattie Carnegie - (1880-1956). Fashion entrepreneur based in New York City from the 1920s to the 1960s. Known for her elegant couture collection and secondary ready-to-wear lines. Her company was revolutionary in the sense that it was one of the first to introduce ready-to-wear to the high-end market. She pioneered the 'head-to-hem' boutique concept that paved the way for the future success of Ralph Lauren in America.
  • HAWES & CURTIS - since 1913. Jermyn Street, London.
  • HEDI SLIMANE - French photographer and fashion designer. From 2000 to 2007, he held the position of creative director for Dior Homme (the menswear line of Christian Dior). He is currently the creative director for Saint Laurent Paris.
  • Helen Rose - (1904-1985). American costume designer and clothing designer who spent the bulk of her career with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. In the late 1960s, Rose left the studio to open her own design business and continued to provide fancy attire for the famed and the wealthy.
  • HELEN YARMAK - Milan, New York, Moscow. "One of the top international brands in the world today."
  • HÉlÈne Rochas - (1927-2011).
  • HELMUT LANG
  • HENRI LLOYD
  • HENRIK VIBSKOV
  • HERMÈS
  • HERVÉ LÉGER - bandage dress.
  • HERVÉ Pierre - French-American fashion and costume designer. In 1987, he received the first Christian Dior award from the Comité Colbert. Pierre has designed fashions for four United States first ladies including Laura Bush, Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama, and Melania Trump since the 1990s.
  • HERVÉ PIERRE - since 1987. Designed Melania Trump's inauguration gown.
  • HETTABRETZ DONNA - founded in 1960. Hettabretz has become a leading brand for international aristocracy and celebrities.
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  • HILTON HOLLIS
  • HOBBS - "Since opening its first store in Hampstead, London, in 1981, Hobbs has grown from a small yet sought-after shoe label to a global womenswear brand synonymous with the best of British design."
  • Hockin
  • Holly Fulton
  • HOLMES & YANG - "Katie Holmes and longtime stylist Jeanne Yang have come together to create Holmes & Yang."
  • HOPE
  • House of Holland
  • HOUSE OF WORTH - since 1858.
  • HOUSE OF WORTH - founded in 1858 by Charles Frederick Worth, considered the father of what the modern fashion business knows as 'Haute Couture' (Wikipedia).
  • HUGO BOSS
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  • Ibu Movement - "The Ali MacGraw Collection."
  • IN SUEDE
  • Inbal Dror - "The leading designer of Bridal Gowns and evening drehttp://www.altfordamerne.dk/mode/gastestylister/Ivan-Grundahl-Mode-skal-vare-kunst-ellers-er-det-ligegyldigt/sses in Israel."
  • Ines de la Fressange Paris - "La Maison du Chic Parisien."
  • INIS MEÁIN KNITTING COMPANY - contemporary Irish knitwear, men's wear & women's wear.
  • Irene Galitzine - (1916-2006). Russian-Georgian-born fashion designer whose most renowned creation was the "palazzo pyjama". She was named to the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame in 1965.
  • Irene Sharaff - (1910-1993). Was an American costume designer for stage and screen. Her work earned her five Academy Awards and a Tony Award.
  • Iris van Herpen
  • Isabel Marant.
  • ISABEL MARANT - founded in 1994.
  • ISABEL TOLEDO - (1960-2019). Was a Cuban-American fashion designer based in New York City.
  • ISABELL KRISTENSEN - "Luxurious Evening & Cocktail Dresses." London & Monaco.
  • ISABELLA OLIVER - maternity womenswear.
  • ISAAC MIZRAHI
  • ISAAC SELLAM
  • ISSA LONDON
  • Issey Miyake.
  • ISSEY MIYAKE
  • Ivan Grundahl.
  • IVAN GRUNDAHL - since 1973. "Ivan Grundahl remains to this day a Danish fashion house with a heritage of dark Nordic aesthetics, a rebellious spirit and bespoke fashion. The founder Ivan Grundahl was an unchallenged avant-garde créateur in Denmark - finding his inspiration in utility wear and deconstruction, also highly inspired by the Japanese designers such as Yohji Yamamoto and Comme des Garcons; he made his brand one of the most interesting and long-lasting brands in Denmark..."
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  • J.CREW
  • J. MENDEL
  • JACK WILLS
  • Jacob CohËn
  • JACQUES Doucet - (1853-1929). French fashion designer and art collector. He is known for his elegant dresses, made with flimsy translucent materials in superimposing pastel colors. A collector of art and literature throughout his life, by the time of his death he had a collection of Post-Impressionist and Cubist paintings, including Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, which he bought direct from Picasso's studio, as well as two libraries' both of which he left to the French nation.
  • JACQUES FATH - (1912-1954). French fashion designer who was considered one of the three dominant influences on postwar haute couture, the others being Christian Dior and Pierre Balmain.
  • Jakob Schlaepfer - luxury fashion fabrics & textiles.
  • James Galanos - (1924-2016). Was an American fashion designer and couturier. Galanos is known for designing clothing for America's social elite, including Nancy Reagan, Marylin Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, and others.
  • JANE Carr
  • JANE NORMAN
  • JASPER CONRAN
  • JASON WU - designer of Michelle Obama's inauguration dress.
  • JEAN-CHARLES DE CASTELBAJAC
  • Jean DessÈs - (1904-1970). Was a world leading fashion designer in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. His designs reflected the influences of his travels, specializing in creating draped evening gowns in chiffon and mousseline, based on early Greek and Egyptian robes.
  • Jean Doucet
  • JEAN FARES COUTURE
  • Actress and singer Marilyn Monroe on Saturday, May 19, 1962 singing 'Happy Birthday, Mr. President' for President John F. Kennedy.
  • Jean Louis - (1907-1997). French-born, Hollywood costume designer and an Academy Award winner for Costume Design. His most famous works include Rita Hayworth's black satin strapless dress from Gilda (1946), Marlene Dietrich's celebrated beaded souffle stagewear for her cabaret world tours, as well as the sheer, sparkling US$12,000 flesh colored gown, with 2,500 rhinestones sewn into it, Marilyn Monroe wore when she sang "Happy Birthday, Mr. President" to John F. Kennedy on May 19, 1962.
  • Jean Muir - (1928-1995).
  • Jean Patou.
  • JEAN PATOU - (1880-1936).
  • Jean-Paul Gaultier.
  • JEAN PAUL GAULTIER
  • Jeanne Paquin - (1869–1936). She was the first major female couturier and one of the pioneers of the modern fashion business.
  • JENNIFER NICHOLSON
  • JENNY PACKHAM - British fashion designer. She mostly makes ready-to-wear clothes and wedding dresses.
  • Jigsaw
  • JIL SANDER
  • JILL STUART
  • Jimmy Choo.
  • JIMMY CHOO
  • JITROIS
  • Joelle Flora
  • JOHANNA JOHNSON
  • JOHANNA ORTIZ - "Discover the latest collections by Colombian designer Johanna Ortiz. Shop lively prints and sophisticated silhouettes that portray barefoot glamour."
  • John Bates - (1938-). Was a fashion designer who was part of the boutique scene that blossomed in London in the 1960s. Bates was the true inventor of the miniskirt, rather than Mary Quant or André Courrèges.
  • John Galliano.
  • JOHN GALLIANO - Gibraltar-born British fashion designer who was the head designer of French fashion companies Givenchy (July 1995 to October 1996), Christian Dior (October 1996 to March 2011), and his own label John Galliano (1988 to 2011). At present, Galliano is the creative director of Paris-based fashion house Maison Margiela.
  • JOHN RICHMOND
  • JOHN SMEDLEY
  • JOHNSTON & MURPHY - since 1850.
  • Johnstons of Elgin - since 1797. "Women's Luxury Cashmere Clothing."
  • JONATHAN SAUNDERS
  • JOPP
  • JORDACHE APPAREL SITE
  • JORDACHE ENTERPRISES BRANDS
  • Joseph - since 1972.
  • Joseph Altuzarra
  • JOVANI
  • Juan Carlos Obando
  • JUICY COUTURE
  • Julie de Libran - the artistic director of Sonia Rykiel.
  • JULIEN MACDONALD
  • JUNYA WATANABE
  • Jupe by Jackie
  • J.W.Anderson
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  • KARL DONOGHUE
  • Karl Lagerfeld.
  • KARL LAGERFELD
  • KAREN MILLEN
  • KATE MOSS COLLECTION
  • Kate Spade
  • KAUFMAN FRANCO
  • KAY UNGER
  • KENNETH COLE
  • KENNETH IZE - "It's a new dawn, it's a new day, it's a new life ... coming soon - sign up for early invitation."
  • Kenzo Takada.
  • KENZO
  • KRIS VAN ASSCHE
  • Krizia
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  • L'AUTRE CHOSE
  • LA Martina - "Shop The Look."
  • LA PERLA
  • LAN YU
  • LANE BRYANT - "Fashionable plus size clothes, sizes 10-40."
  • Lanre Da Silva-Ajayi
  • Jeanne Lanvin (1867-1946).
  • LANVIN - French multinational high fashion house, which was founded by Jeanne Lanvin in 1889. It is the third oldest French fashion house still in operation.
  • Lanz Trachtenmoden - since 1922. "Everyman is wearing Lanz." The history of Lanz starts in the twenties. The vision to make traditional costumes acceptable for everybody became true. Today the name Lanz is a synonym for high quality “Tracht” and for Salzburg and the Austrian lifestyle. One word describes everything – lanzy. That means tradition with innovation. Or simple: elegance and comfort combined.
  • LaQuan Smith - "Smith’s signature style has found a devoted following amongst Hollywood A-Listers such a Beyoncé, Jennifer Lopez and Kim Kardashian each of whom have selected the brand on and off the red carpet."
  • LAURA ASHLEY
  • Laura Biagiotti
  • LAUREN MOSHI
  • Larusmiani Milano - "Handmade in Italy since 1922."
  • Lawrence Steele - "Two major events occurred in 2000 that brought more attention to Steele. When Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt wed in July of 2000, the bride wore one of Steele’s designs. But this was not the first time Aniston wore his design. She chose to wear one of his creations to the 2000 Oscars."
  • LES CHIFFONIERS
  • LES COPAINS
  • L.G.B.
  • LIDA BADAY
  • LIDIJA KOLOVRAT
  • LILY AND LIONEL
  • Lilly DachÉ - (1898-1989). Was a French-born American milliner and fashion designer.
  • LINDA MCNAIR FASHIONS
  • Lindka Cierach - British couturier and fashion designer. Notable clients include members of British and European Royal Families, Helen Mirren, Lady Victoria Hervey and Cherie Blair among others.
  • L.K.Bennett - since 1990. International luxury fashion brand, based in London, England. Reflecting its modern British heritage.
  • Lodenfrey - since 1842.
  • LOEWE - since 1846.
  • LONGCHAMP - Ready to Wear.
  • LORO PIANA - since 1924. High-end, luxury cashmere and wool products.
  • LOTUS ORIGINALS
  • Louis Boston
  • Louis Dell'Olio
  • LOUIS FÉRAUD
  • LOUIS VUITTON - Ready to wear.
  • LOUISE GOLDIN
  • LOVERS + FRIENDS
  • Lucca Couture
  • Luciano Soprani
  • Lucien Lelong - (1889-1958). French couturier who was prominent from the 1920s to the 1940s. Among Lelong's clients were Marie Duhamel, Jeanne Ternisien (wife of the banker Georges Nelze), the Duchess de la Rochefoucauld, Greta Garbo, Gloria Swanson, Colette, and Rose Kennedy.
  • LUIS ESTÉVEZ - (c.1930-2014). Was a Cuban-born American fashion designer and costume designer, active between 1951 until 1997. According to the New York Times, "Luis Estevez always did make a lady look like a vamp", known for his high slits, slinky dresses and dramatic necklines. Estévez was a founding member of Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA). He dressed many important people in his career including Betty Ford, Lynda Bird Johnson, Nancy Reagan, Eva Gabor, Marlene Dietrich, Grace Kelly, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Natalie Wood, Carol Channing, among others.
  • Luis Onofre - since 1990.
  • LUISA CERANO
  • LUISA SPAGNOLI - since 1928. "Movement & harmony are the quintessence of class."
  • Lululemon - since 1998. "Lululemon makes technical clothing for yoga, running, and most other sweaty pursuits."
  • L'Wren Scott
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  • Mackintosh - since 1846.
  • Madame GrÈs - (1903-1993).
  • MADELEINE VIONNET - (1876-1975). Called the "Queen of the bias cut" and "the architect among dressmakers."
  • MAGALI PASCAL
  • MAGEE CLOTHING - est. 1866.
  • Maggie Marilyn
  • MAGGY ROUFF - (1896-1971).
  • MAINBOCHER - founded by the American couturier Main Rousseau Bocher (1890-1976).
  • MAISON KITSUNÉ
  • MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA
  • MAISON MAYLE
  • Maison Rabih Kayrouz
  • Maiyet - "Pioneering a new luxury by creating a fashion brand that celebrates rare artisanal skills from unexpected places."
  • MAJIDA KHATTARI
  • MAKIS TSELIOS
  • Marc Jacobs.
  • MARC JACOBS
  • Marcel Rochas - (1902-1955).
  • Marcelo Burlon County of Milan
  • MARCHESA
  • Marco De Vincenzo
  • Margaret Howell - contemporary British clothing designer.
  • Maria Cornejo
  • MARIA LUCIA HOHAN
  • MARIA PINTO
  • Mariano Fortuny - (1871-1949).
  • Marine Serre - French fashion designer who won the 2017 LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers.
  • MARK FAST
  • Markus Lupfer
  • MARNI - Consuelo Castiglioni.
  • MARTIN GRANT
  • Mary Katrantzou
  • Mary McFadden - American fashion designer & writer.
  • Mary Quant (1930-).
  • Mary Quant - Welsh fashion designer and British fashion icon. She was one of the designers who took credit for the miniskirt and hotpants. "It is given to a fortunate few to be born at the right time, in the right place, with the right talents. In recent fashion there are three: Chanel, Dior, and Mary Quant." (Ernestine Carter).
  • Maryam Nassir Zadeh
  • MASSIMO Alba - since 2006. "I often wonder - what’s the most respectful way to approach womenswear, to design a collection for women? The more I think about that question, the more I am convinced that a dress - or a coat, a jacket, a shirt - don’t have to overwhelm women: they must accompany them throughout their day."
  • MASSIMO Rebecchi
  • Matchless - "The Innovator Since 1899."
  • MATICEVSKI
  • MATTHEW WILLIAMSON
  • MAX AZRIA
  • MAX MARA - established in 1951. Luxury Italian fashion house known for its ready-to-wear clothing.
  • MCM | MODE CREATION MUNICH
  • Meindl - "Lederhosen."
  • MELISSA ODABASH
  • MICHAEL KORS
  • Michael Sherard - (1910-1998).
  • Mihara Yasuhiro
  • Mila SchÖn Milano
  • Mint Velvet
  • Mira Mikati
  • Misha Nonoo
  • MISSONI
  • MIU MIU - Ready To Wear.
  • Molly Goddard - London-based, British fashion designer. The success of her label in the United States has been attributed to singer Rihanna wearing her designs on red carpets since 2016, and celebrity muses, like model Edie Campbell, who first walked for Goddard in Spring/Summer 2018. More recently, Molly Goddard dresses featured in the BBC and BBC America television show Killing Eve on actress Jodie Comer.
  • Molly Parnis - (1899-1992). Was an American fashion designer. She belongs to the first generation of American designers to be known to the public by name rather than by affiliation to a department store and is best known for designing clothing worn by many First Ladies.
  • MOMO DESIGN
  • Moncler - since 1952. Italian luxury fashion brand mostly known for its skiwear.
  • Monique Lhuillier - celebrity favorite for both wedding and red carpet gowns.
  • MONTANA
  • MONTEDORO - since 1958. Urban sportwear.
  • MORRIS & SONS - since 1952.
  • MOSCHINO
  • MOVIMENTO
  • MIU MIU - brand from the Prada fashion house, opened in 1993 and headed by Miuccia Prada.
  • MULBERRY
  • Murray Arbeid - (1935-2011). Was a British fashion designer, known for his eveningwear. His notable clients included Princess Diana and Shirley Bassey. He once joked that if there were a Nobel Prize for creations in taffeta, he would have won it.
  • MUSTO
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  • NAEEM KHAN
  • Nanushka - since 2006. "The Modern Bohemian." Nanushka delivers a modern, versatile, day to night wardrobe for the modern human with the aim of creating a new informal form of beauty.
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  • NARCISO RODRIGUEZ
  • NEIL BARRETT
  • Newman - "A cultural phenomenon dreamed in California in 1967."
  • Nicolas GhesquiÈre - French fashion designer and the current creative director of the house of Louis Vuitton (owned by LVMH).
  • NICOLE FARHI
  • NICOLE MILLER
  • NIKE
  • Nili Lotan - since 2003. "Clothing for the modern urban woman, made in New York. Nili Lotan's clothing design philosophy is pure and sophisticated." Israeli-American fashion designer best known as the founder of the Nili Lotan Design Studio, a designer clothing company.
  • NINA RICCI
  • NO. 6
  • Norma Kamali
  • Norman Hartnell - (1901-1979). Leading British fashion designer, best known for his work for the ladies of the Royal Family. Hartnell gained the Royal Warrant as Dressmaker to Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother in 1940; and Royal Warrant as Dressmaker to Queen Elizabeth II in 1957.
  • NORMAN HARTNELL - "To me, simplicity is the death of the soul."
  • Norman Norell
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  • ODAY SHAKAR
  • Off-White - Italian streetwear and luxury fashion label founded by American creative designer Virgil Abloh in Milan, Italy in 2012.
  • Oleg Cassini and Grace Kelly at the premiere of Alfred Hitchcock’s <i>Rear Window</i>, 1954 - two years before she married Prince Rainier. Cassini later said, 'Grace told me she would rather be a princess than a countess.'.
  • OLEG CASSINI - (1913-2006). French-born American fashion designer. Cassini dressed numerous stars creating some of the most memorable moments in international fashion and film. He garnered admiration and fame for his designs for First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. His designs for the First Lady, ‘The Jackie Look’ are recognized as being the "single biggest fashion influence in history".
  • Olesya Malinskaya
  • Oliver Bonas
  • Oliver Spencer
  • Olivier Rousteing - Balmain's new head designer & Creative Director.
  • Olivier Theyskens - Belgian fashion designer who has worked with major design houses, including Rochas, Nina Ricci and Theory.
  • Omar Mansoor - London-based fashion designer, best known for his couture occasion wear. He dresses British actresses, European aristocracy, and international royalty. He is widely credited with re-introducing fusion clothing into modern fashion.
  • ORLA KIELY
  • Oscar de la Renta (1932-2014).
  • OSCAR DE LA RENTA - Dominican fashion designer. De la Renta became internationally known in the 1960s as one of the couturiers who dressed Jacqueline Kennedy. He worked for Lanvin and Balmain. His eponymous fashion house has boutiques around the world including in Harrods of London and Madison Avenue in New York.
  • Osman Yousefzada
  • Ossie Clark (1942-1996).
  • Ossie Clark - vintage collection online.
  • Oyuna
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  • Paco Rabanne.
  • PACO RABANNE
  • P.a.r.o.s.h. - where Meghan Markle bought her engagement dress.
  • Patagonia - since 1973. American clothing company that markets and sells outdoor clothing.
  • PATRIZIA PEPE
  • PAUL & SHARK
  • Paul Poiret.
  • PAUL POIRET - (1879-1944).
  • Paul Smith.
  • PAUL SMITH - since 1970.
  • Paul Stuart
  • PAULE KA
  • Pauline TrigÈre - (1908-2002). Was a Franco-American couturière. Her award-winning styles reached their height of popularity in the United States during the 1950s and 1960s. Recognized early in her career as an innovator of cut and construction, Trigère brought to women of all ages all over the world such novelties as the jumpsuit, the sleeveless coat, the reversible cape and the embroidered sheer bodice. She reinvented ready-to-wear fashion, matching form to function with bold prints and architectural silhouettes to create a distinctly modern female aesthetic. Trigère's loyal clients included Grace Kelly, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Elizabeth Taylor, Kay Wiebrecht, and Evelyn Lauder.
  • PERRY ELLIS
  • Petar Petrov - "Uncompromising when it comes to quality and craftsmanship, Petar Petrov has become renowned for creating a dynamic, elegant aesthetic."
  • PETER Dundas
  • PETER SOM
  • PETER SORONEN
  • Phelan
  • PHI
  • PHILIP LIM
  • Philip Treacy London
  • PHILIPP PLEIN
  • Philippe Venet
  • philosophy - "Clothing for women on the move."
  • PINEIDER - since 1774.
  • PIRELLI PZERO
  • PlÜmo
  • POLICE
  • POLYVORE
  • POUR MOI - since 2015. "Our fabulous range of women’s clothing has been designed with personality and style in mind. Refresh your look with our gorgeous collection of women’s clothing, sportswear, hosiery, beachwear and accessories. Choose from this season’s must-have trends and everyday essentials, from dresses to sports bras and kaftans to flip flops, you can update your style or simply add a few new favourite pieces. If your wardrobe needs an update, you’ve come to the right place..."
  • PORSCHE DESIGN
  • PORSCHE DESIGN P1140 RawTec Blazer - awarded the international Red Dot Design Award for 2012 in the Fashion, Lifestyle and Accessories category.
  • PORTS 1961
  • PRABAL GURUNG
  • PRADA - founded in 1913. Ready To Wear.
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  • PRINGLE OF SCOTLAND
  • PROENZA SCHOULER
  • Pyer Moss - "Founded in 2013, as mens and womenswear fashion label concerned with building a narrative that speaks about heritage and activism."
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  • RABIA YALCIN
  • RACHEL COMEY
  • RACHEL ZOE - Stylist, Editor & Designer.
  • RACIL
  • RAG & BONE
  • Ragdoll LA
  • Ralph & Rosso - "Discover unparalleled Haute Couture & accessories."
  • Ralph Lauren.
  • RALPH LAUREN
  • Ralph Rucci - American fashion designer and artist. He is known in particular for Chado Ralph Rucci, a luxury clothing and accessories line.
  • Randi Rahm
  • RAQUEL ALLEGRA
  • Rebecca Minkoff
  • Rebecca Taylor.
  • REBECCA TAYLOR
  • Redfern - was a British tailoring firm founded by John Redfern (1820-1895) in Cowes on the Isle of Wight that developed into a leading European couture house (active: 1855–1932; 1936–1940). By the early 1890s the business had branches in London, Edinburgh, Paris and New York. The Paris extension was operated as a couture establishment while its other branches functioned primarily as tailors and importers.
  • Reed Krakoff
  • REEM ACRA - "Inspire the Passion of Imagination." Bridal and evening wear.
  • Reformation
  • REI KAWAKUBO
  • RENÉ LEZARD
  • Rent The Runway - membership-based website that rents high-end designer apparel and accessories on a 4- or 8-day basis. The website now offers over 25,000 dresses and accessories from over 200 designers.
  • Repetto Paris
  • Replay
  • Riccardo Tisci - Creative Director for Givenchy.
  • RICHARD TYLER
  • RICHARD Quinn
  • RICK OWENS
  • Rifat Ozbek - Turkish-born fashion designer, known for his exotic, ethnically-inspired outfits. He was named British Designer of the Year in 1988 and 1992.
  • RIKA - by Ulrika Lundgren.
  • ROBERT GRAHAM
  • ROBERT PIGUET - (1901-1953). Swiss-born, Paris-based fashion designer who is mainly remembered for training Christian Dior & Hubert de Givenchy.
  • Roberto Capucci
  • Roberto Cavalli.
  • ROBERTO CAVALLI
  • ROCAWEAR
  • Rochas
  • ROCK AND REPUBLIC
  • RODARTE
  • ROGAN
  • Roksanda
  • ROLAND MOURET
  • ROMEO GIGLI
  • Romona KeveŽa
  • Ronald van der Kemp - Dutch fashion designer and founder of demi-couture fashion house RVDK Ronald van der Kemp, his namesake label. Net-a-Porter, the luxury ecommerce group, was the first retailer to buy van der Kemp’s demi-couture collection, which has since been worn by celebrities including Selena Gomez, Kate Moss, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Dakota Johnson, Adriana Lima and Karlie Kloss.
  • Ronaldus Shamask
  • RORY BECA
  • Rose Bertin - (1747-1813). French milliner and dressmaker to Queen Marie Antoinette. She was the first celebrated French fashion designer and is widely credited with having brought fashion and haute couture to the forefront of popular culture.
  • ROSIE ASSOULIN
  • ROZAE NICHOLS
  • RUDI GERNREICH - (1922-1985). Austrian-born American fashion designer whose avant-garde clothing designs are generally regarded as the most innovative and dynamic fashion of the 1960s. He was the first to use cutouts, vinyl, and plastic in clothing. He designed the first thong bathing suit, unisex clothing, the first swimsuit without a built-in bra, the minimalist, soft, transparent No Bra, and the topless monokini.
  • Ryan & Walter Bridal - Beverly Hills.
  • A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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  • SACOOR BROTHERS
  • SAFiYAA - London-based fashion label founded in 2011 by Daniela Karnuts and named after her daughter. Famous fans of the brand include Jennifer Lopez and Kate Winslet. In 2018, the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, wore a SAfiYAA evening gown while at a State dinner in Fiji with Prince Harry and the following month in London at her first Royal Variety Performance.
  • Saint James French Clothing - since 1889.
  • SALFRA
  • SALONI - worn by the Duchess of Cambridge.
  • SALVATORE FERRAGAMO
  • Salvatore FERRAGAMO - founded 1927.
  • SAND
  • SANDRO
  • Sarah Burton.
  • SARAH BURTON - designed Kate Middleton's wedding dress for her marriage to Prince William, Duke of Cambridge in April 2011.
  • SARLI COUTURE
  • SASS & BIDE
  • Shocking pink, designed by Leonor Fini for the Surrealist fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli in 1937.
  • SCHIAPARELLI
  • SEA NY
  • Selected
  • Self-Portrait
  • SENTALER - "Luxury Outerwear." With a commitment to timeless designs and superior quality, each Sentaler coat is precisely crafted with hand finishing using the world's finest fabric.
  • Seraphine - since 2002. "Fashionably Pregnant." Maternity Clothes - Designer Pregnancy Clothing.
  • Sergio Hudson - aince 2014. "Sergio Hudson is a luxury women's ready-to-wear label designed and produced entirely in Los Angeles and New York."
  • SHAY TODD
  • Sies Marjan
  • SIMDOG
  • SIMONE
  • SIMONE ROCHA
  • SIWY
  • SMART Clothing Lab - "Smart Clothing Gives Us Super Powers."
  • Solace London
  • Sonia Rykiel.
  • SONIA RYKIEL
  • SONJA MAROHN
  • Sophie Gimbel - (1898-1981). The first American designer to appear on the cover of Time.
  • SOPHIE THEALLET
  • Sorelle Fontana
  • SPON DIOGO
  • SPYDER - Colorado-based manufacturer of high-end skiing apparel. World's largest ski specialty brand.
  • ST. JOHN
  • Stella McCartney.
  • STELLA McCARTNEY
  • STENSTRÖMS
  • STEPHANE ROLLAND
  • Stephen Burrows - since 1966. American fashion designer based in New York City.
  • Stweart Parvin - Belgravia, London, U.K. The Queen's dressmaker. Couture ladieswear shop & bridal boutique.
  • STRENESSE GABRIELLE
  • SURFACE TO AIR
  • Suzannah London - "Suzannah is a luxury womenswear brand designed by British designer Suzannah Crabb which specialises in making unique premium cloth into modern silhouettes reflective of vintage couture classics. Suzannah is regularly commissioned to make dresses and complete outfits for many celebrities and distinct members of society who need appropriate modern dress and immaculate fit and make for special occasions."
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  • TADASHI SHOJI
  • TALBOT RUNHOF
  • TALBOTS - established 1947.
  • Temperley London
  • TERI JON
  • THAKOON
  • The Fold - contemporary British label focused on dressing and inspiring the modern, professional woman.
  • The Kooples
  • The Row - established in 2006 by Ashley Olsen & Mary-Kate Olsen.
  • Theadora Van Runkle - (1928-2011). Was an American costume designer.
  • Theory
  • Thierry Lasry
  • Thierry Mugler.
  • THIERRY MUGLER
  • Thierry Mugler, iconic French fashion designer, dies aged 73 - "French fashion designer Thierry Mugler, whose flamboyant creations transformed haute couture, has died at the age of 73, according to a message posted to his official Instagram account."
  • Thom Browne.
  • THOM BROWNE
  • TIBI
  • T.M.Lewin
  • TOD'S - Made in Italy since 1920.
  • Tom Ford.
  • TOM FORD
  • Tomas Maier
  • Tomasz Starzewski
  • Tory Burch (1966-).
  • TORY BURCH
  • TRACY REESE - designer for the first lady Michelle Obama.
  • Trademark
  • TRASH COUTURE - future vintage, hand made couture dresses.
  • TRILLION
  • Troubadour
  • TRUSSARDI 1911
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  • Ulyana Sergeenko
  • UNDER.LIGNE
  • understated leather
  • UNGARO
  • uniqlo
  • UterqÜe
  • A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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  • VALENTINA - (1899-1989).
  • Valentino Garavani.
  • VALENTINO
  • VAN HEUSEN
  • VANESSA BRUNO
  • Vanessa Seward - the Duchess of Cambridge's favorite designer.
  • VAWK - leading Canadian luxury brand founded in 2004.
  • Vejas
  • VENA CAVA
  • Vera Wang.
  • VERA WANG
  • Gianni Versace (1946-1997).
  • Versace
  • Vetements
  • vicedomini - since 1962.
  • Vicky Tiel
  • VICOMTE A.
  • Victor de Souza
  • Travolta dress.
  • Victor Edelstein - former couturier best known for his fashion designs for Diana, Princess of Wales, in the 1980s. In 1989 he was described as the English equivalent to Oscar de la Renta, and "the master of the English thoroughbred look". He now works as a painter. His most famous design is probably the ink-blue velvet gown he created in 1985 for Diana, Princess of Wales, to wear to the White House, where she danced with John Travolta.
  • Victoria Beckham.
  • VICTORIA BECKHAM - since September 2008.
  • VICTORIA'S SECRET - lingerie and women's clothing, accessories, and more.
  • VIKTOR & ROLF
  • VIONNET - haute couture label founded by the French couturier Madeleine Vionnet in 1912.
  • Virgil Abloh - American fashion designer, DJ, and music producer who has been the artistic director of Louis Vuitton's men's wear collection since March 2018.
  • VITA KIN
  • Vivienne Westwood.
  • VIVIENNE WESTWOOD - bringing modern punk and new wave fashions into the mainstream.
  • Vivo Masks - "Handmade designer masks." Authentic Venetian masquerade masks.
  • VONROSEN - Berlin-based by-invitation-only luxury fashion label.
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  • Wales Bonner - "Established in 2014 by Grace Wales Bonner as a menswear brand, Wales Bonner's soulful tailoring soon expanded to womenswear."
  • Walter Albini - (1941-1983). One of the godfathers of Italian ready-to-wear.
  • Whistles
  • William Sharp - "Luxury 100% cashmere womenswear."
  • WINDSOR
  • WINTER KATE
  • Wolf & Whistle
  • WOLFORD
  • Won Hundred
  • WORTH PARIS - since 1858.
  • A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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  • Yeti - "The lightest down fashion collection: downcoats | downjackets | downvests."
  • YIGAL AZROUËL
  • yiqing yin
  • Yohji Yamamoto.
  • YOHJI YAMAMOTO
  • Yuvna Kim
  • Yves Saint Laurent.
  • YVES SAINT LAURENT
  • A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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  • ZAC POSEN
  • ZADIG & VOLTAIRE
  • ZAHAROFF
  • Zamasport
  • ZANELLA
  • ZARA
  • Zero + Maria Cornejo
  • Zeynap Kartal
  • ZIMMERMANN
  • Zoe Karssen
  • ZUHAIR MURAD
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