Top 5 Most Known Fashion Designer in History

Nowadays, designer fashion accessories, outerwear, swimwear, accessories, footwear, laptop bags, watches, and cosmetics are some of the most famous fashion industries in the world.

Wearing luxurious outfits and carrying designer bags has become a status symbol today in the 21st century. Some of the most famous names who have made it to the top of the fashion industry include:

F irritating following, particularly in the year 2009, following the trend of various new designer shops opening in different parts of the city with the name of “Fordham dresses” (a reference to the famous park – Ham & Parker) in the heading, indicates that London is becoming a hot spot amongst fashionistas regarding clothes and accessories. London fashion week Annual General Meeting ( Ultrasque) is another event, which London citizens look forward to since it is the Super bafflement to the fashion bliss (Lanham). The Latest consciously produced feminine style, casual chic, and unlimited designer options are only a few of the reasons why London citizens are chasing the fashion industry in the London Visit Fashion Show in 2010. The anticipated event will be held in the Hammersmith town center.

The recent trends in the fashion industry concern a relaxed, carefree, easy, and sporty approach to dressing. This kind of approach makes people more confident, less solemn, and more enjoying life. The next big event in fashion by the London Fashion Week is the conference Nimentaels Spring/Summer 2010.

Here are the top 5 most famous fashion designers in the fashion industry by the name of Burberry, Vivienne Westwood, Gucci, Dior, Prada, and Oscar de la Renta.

Burberry: The company has been providing clothing and accessories since 1856. charity and good behavior are amongst its main policies. It has designed raincoats from misty rain to exotic surgery dresses to waterproof leather to lipsticks. In 2006, a new fashion offering hit the market thanks to its collaboration with H&M – the world’s largest apparel retailer.

Vivienne Westwood: Best known for her designing the first all-white women’s catwalk in 1971, and the infamous Peacock Man in 1974, Westwood is recognized for flouting norms and breaking the rules. This is one fashion designer, who was warmly received at the opening ceremony of the London Fashion Week, has never backed down and continues to do so.

Gucci: The clothing company, based in Florence, Italy has a long history and famous styles. It invented the world-renowned Gucci motif and is currently finishing a new collection with new motifs.

Oscar de la Renta: The American Institute of Architects awarded de la Renta a decoration in 2004, for his outstanding contributions in the field of architecture, fashion, and design management. He is a Wordsinger and print Director of photographs and exhibitions. He also holds the Guinness World Record for the Largest collection of handbags. Today Oscar de la Renta is nominated for many commendations for his works, but he converts those decorations into jobs by employing 200 cleaners.

Prada: The fashion House, in Milan, Italy was founded by Mario Prada in 1913. The firm is now responsible for some of the biggest fashion brands in the world. The brand produced its first collection in 1947, and put its signature design in the 1950s. Today, the famous Prada Check (designed by Miuccia Prada in the mid-1970s) is one of the most appreciated styles.

Arupaco: The popular American online costume retailer founded by nuns in 1968. It was attacked by 700 firemen because they were to open only once a week, however, it survives and became one of the hottest women clothing online stores in 1998. The online costume retailer, which also sells accessories, become a really well-liked choice for the consumer women searching for really trendy and fashion design clothing. However, the quality costumes available at Arupaco may be slightly more expensive, but Arupaco offers a wide range of sizes and styles that are suitable for every occasion.