5 Best Fashion Brands In The World


Here is a simple list of 5 Best Fashion Brands In The World.


1. Chanel:

It’s all about status and luxury, as far as Chanel is concerned. Chanel is one of the leading luxury brands worldwide. Its image is synonymous with good taste. One might have thought that the creator of such luxury goods would come from a rich family. Not so. This amazing French woman raised from a milliner to what we know today…a true status symbol herself. Women changed the way they dressed because of her. It was during the ’20’s when Gabrielle Chanel made a new look herself. When one wears Chanel, you know its pure luxury. The sumptuous fabrics and the fit couldn’t be more perfect. One trademark of the Chanel brand is the tweed jackets, which can be dressed up or down and find their way back into the collections every collection. The Chanel tweed looks great with jeans or with trousers. This look has been seen on countless fashionable women all over the world and on celebrities.

Polo Ralph Lauren

2. Polo Ralph Lauren:

What began forty years ago with a collection of ties has grown into an entire world, redefining American style. Ralph Lauren has always stood for providing quality products, creating worlds and inviting people to take part in our dream. They were the innovators of lifestyle advertisements that tell a story and the first to create stores that encourage customers to participate in that lifestyle. RalphLauren.com takes this participation to a new level, as a rich and exciting interactive destination. When you’re transported into the world of Ralph Lauren online, you can shop for great products for yourself and your home, learn about adventure, style and culture in RL Magazine and RL TV, find one-of-a-kind vintage pieces and exquisite gifts and much, much more. Back when all this started, I felt sure that there were no boundaries for Polo. I’m even more sure of that today.


3. Louis Vuitton:

Rich in paradox, contrasts and seeming opposites, Louis Vuitton continues to astonish us a century and a half after the company’s founding. Traditional is a word that characterizes our company because of our long and proud history. At the same time we have also proved extremely innovative, modern and creative, updating our emblematic Monogram canvas with graffiti, for example. Creative turmoil is underpinned by professionalism. Industrial methods let us make luxury products for the entire world, thanks to the skills of exacting professionals who retain the time-honored values and savoir-faire of true artisans. French in our origins, we quickly became an international enterprise, opening our first store in England over a century ago. Today, we are the leading luxury brand in the world.


4. Givenchy:

French fashion House Givenchy for more then 50 years dictates and sets new trends in high fashion. Today, Givenchy is an international luxury brand, known worldwide for its Haute Couture and ready-to-wear collections for men and women, fashion accessories and famous Givenchy perfume. Givenchy House embodies daintiness of haute couture and pure French elegance. Since 1988, Givenchy belongs to the LVMH group. Givenchy launched its fragrance line in 1972 with Eau Torride – a refreshing, energizing fragrance for women and men. In 1974 Givenchy introduced Gentleman – a perfect scent for confident man, which was re-launched in 2002.


5. Tommy Hilfiger :

In 1984, having moved to New York City, Hilfiger launched his first collection under his own name. With his distinctive red, white and blue logo and collegiate/Ivy League influences, Hilfiger presented a preppy vision of Americana which, coupled with his looser sportswear aesthetic, found a surprising new audience in the burgeoning hip-hop scene of the early ’90s. By 1993 his company had gone public and Hilfiger was named the CPDA’s Menswear Designer of the Year in 1995. A new ‘semi-luxe’ line of tailored separates, entitled simply ‘H’, was launched in 2004 as a higher-priced, more upmarket addition to the global brand, which now incorporates everything from denim and eyewear to fragrances, homeware, sporting apparel and children’s lines.

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