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...The short of version of Calvin Klein (CK) is famous and popular almost all over the brand by everyone. In 1968 this brand was founded by Calvin Klein, a famous American fashion designer. He initiated his career by opening a store of men and women’s coat in New York City. Since then, he hasn’t looked behind and has expanded his business with an incredible pace and has been ruling the fashion industry very strongly. He truly deserves to be the number 1 fashion designer in the world 2012.
...Free shipping is great and returns but be warned returns are very slow and email response time almost non existant. dont expect an answer to your questions. Im lucky I didnt have major issues but feel for those that do as their customer service doesnt exist. However if your order is made properly and no faults on the items you will get your things fast and be happy. For me so far so good and have ordered 3 times over the years.
...So sad to read all the bad reviews, I had a great experience with CK when buying my oversized hoodie dress and lingerie. Delivery was quick and I loved the quality and have worn my items several times. Though admittedly I haven’t had to return anything yet so I’d be interested how their customer service is..
...The Calvin Klein Regents Street shop is Avant-garde; smells pleasant usually and looks tidy, clean, spacious in the morn in. I particularly like the Calvin Klein, unassuming seasonal displays, an some higher priced excellent quality fabric clothing.Dashing, casual men wear styles are usually in a separate department to the woman wear...
2. Donatella Versace
...He is the Vice President and the chief designer of the Versace Group. Donatella is the first ever fashion designer for using an A-list celebrities to promote her designs on the catwalk, rather than going for nameless models. When promoting her brand in Hollywood, she chose Madonna, Jennifer Lopez, Christiana Aguilera, Demi Moore and others to serve the purpose of promoting her brand.
Betsey Johnson is an American fashion designer best known for her feminine and whimsical designs. Many of her designs are considered "over the top" and embellished. She also is known for doing a cartwheel ending in a split at the end of her fashion shows.
Born: August 10, 1942 (age 77 years), Wethersfield, Connecticut, United States
Height: 1.63 m
Spouse: Brian Reynolds (m. 1997), Jeffrey Oliviere (m. 1981–1984), John Cale (m. 1968–1971)
Children: Lulu Johnson
...Birthplace: Caracas, Venezuela
Carolina Herrera is perhaps best coined as a woman of elegance. She was often seen wearing a taffeta skirt with a white button down shirt, a look that has become a model for evening wear to women worldwide. Herrera made her debut on International Best Dressed List in 1972, and she was inducted into the Best Dressed Hall of Fame by 1980. Herrera’s work has been sported by A-list celebrities and even former presidents.
5. GIORGIO ARMANI
...Birthplace: Piacenza, Italy
Armani is famous for his androgynous approach to fashion. He softened the image of men by dressing them in fabrics worn by women, and he gave women the power suit using elements found in men’s suits. Armani’s fame was bolstered when Richard Gere’s character in the movie “American Gigolo” wore the designer’s tailored suits. Armani eventually added perfume, a jeans line, sportswear, and couture dresses.
La Giorgio Armani S.p.A. è un'azienda italiana che opera nel campo della moda, fondata da Giorgio Armani e Sergio Galeotti. Il gruppo disegna, produce e distribuisce prodotti di moda, abiti, accessori, occhiali, orologi, gioielli, cosmetici, profumi, mobili e complementi d'arredo.
...A living legend in the fashion world, Giorgio Armani brought softened, minimalist style to high-end menswear. Armani left medical school to fulfill his military service, then got a job as a buyer and window dresser for Milan
6. Domenico DOLCE & Stefano GABBANA
Dolce & Gabbana is an Italian luxury fashion house founded in 1985 in Legnano by Italian designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. The two met in Milan in 1980 and designed for the same fashion house.
...Dolce and Gabbana first met while working as assistants at an atelier in Milan, there introduction followed on to them starting their partnership in 1982, however they were still freelance designer for other companies at the time. At first struggling to take off, the pair created their own shows anywhere they could.
...Domenico Dolce and Steffano Gabbana are known for their seductive, traditional styles. Both with different tastes, they’re known for their glamour, sexy styles and curves, sometimes with shades of Sophia Loren.
Katherine Noel Valentine Brosnahan Spade was an American fashion designer and entrepreneur. She was the founder and former co-owner of the designer brand Kate Spade New York.
...Ordered a bracelet for a 30th birthday. I did not receive a confirmation email, it was a Sunday so call centre was shut. I did Tweet but did not receive a response. I called up (on Bank Holiday Monday), the call wait was very short and the lady on the phone was helpful and polite. She sent me confirmation of my order and said it was successful and was being processed. Two days later it was dispatched (email received) and arrived within 3 working days. Package was wrapped and in perfect condition upon delivery...
8. VALENTINO GARAVANI
9. CRISTIAN LACROIX
Birthplace: Arles, France
Christian Lacroix is known for his colorful, theatrical collections. He grabbed the attention of many with his first fashion house in 1987, showcasing clothes with unique combinations of colors and patterns. Legendary editor at “Vogue” magazine Anna Wintour chose a Christian Lacroix Haute Couture jacket to be modeled on her first American “Vogue” cover in 1988. This look challenged high fashion rules formerly in place and spearheaded a more youthful, vibrant movement in fashion.
Born in southern France Christian Lacroix began sketching historical costumes and fashion garments at a young age. Studying Art History at the University of Montpellier he followed on to study at the Sorbonne in Paris and museum studies at the Ecole de Louvre. Whilst finishing his studies, Lacroix met Jean-Jacques Picart a press attaché for haute couture houses. Picart helped Lacroix in securing a job at Hermés as an illustrator focussing on colour schemes and the execution of designs.
Birthplace: Milan, Italy
Miuccia Prada, born Maria Bianchi, was an unlikely successor to the fashion house founded by her mother’s family. Miuccia studied political science, joined the communist party, and trained to be a mime. By the time she joined the family business in 1970, the Prada brand was in decline. With the help of businessman Patrizio Bertelli, she revived it by creating a line of unlabeled handbags made out of Pocono nylon that were durable and water resistant. The line did not take off immediately when it was introduced in 1979. The handbags were re-launched in 1985 and this time the bags had a gold chain and the signature logo, and sales leaped.