Italian Fashion Designers and Brands
Italy is home to the world’s of most famous fashion designers and labels. From Gucci and Diesel to Fiend. The country turns out top quality talent and designs which have a worldwide appeal. It is rightly celebrated as being unique among competitors with its unmistakable elegance, excellent tailoring, exquisite fabrics, and unmatched creativity and innovation.
The success of the shows
The success of the shows meant Italian fashion labels like Salvatore Ferragamo, Valentino, Versace, Gucci, Emilio Pucci, Laura Biagiotti, Roberto Cavalli, Brioni and Bottega Venetian began competing with established French haute couture from famous fashion houses like Chanel’s.
Italian designers and fashion houses of the 1950s brought a breath of fresh air to haute couture with evolutionary innovative creations. Italy has always excelled at innovative use of fabrics designing creating simple most shapes and superior hand finishing, all ensuring that Italian design is of most quality and we arability.
Italian designers have always been popular with celebrities and royalty. From the Valentino dress that Jacqueline Kennedy wore at her wedding to Onassis, and the famous Salvatore Ferragamo red shoes worn by Marilyn Monroe, to the Borsalino hat worn by Michael Jackson, Italian fashion houses have never hidden from the world stage. Emilio Gucci was one of the first stylists to bring Italian fashion to the skies with its chic uniforms for hostesses and crew.
Italian brands offer a plethora of choice in accessories, leading to even more global fame and success. Gucci is known for its bags and Ferragamo for its shoes. while the unmistakable style of Bottega Veneta characterizes many different types of leather goods
Whether it’s hate couture or pert sportswear or accessories, Italian fashion houses are undoubtedly the shining stars of the international fashion designs.
Italy place where fashion trends are started, innovations encouraged and names made in all over the world