Novelty, non-standard and original solutions of the models, impeccable workmanship made the Dolce & Gabbana brand one of the most sought-after in the world literally from the moment of its creation. The successful creative duet of talented Italian designers – Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana – presented his first joint collection to the audience in 1985 at the Milano Collezioni model show and immediately became famous. The collection was a wild success, which has been accompanying designers in their work ever since. Each new product from D&G turns into a hit of the season thanks to innovative solutions and innovative proposals: designers do not follow fashion – they create it themselves! Continue reading
The famous British designer John Galliano is often called the king of glamor and outrageous: he is the creator of exquisite, breathtaking outfits for the most famous women in the world!
His real name is Juan Carlos Antonio. He was born in 1960 in Gibraltar in an international family: his mother is Spanish, his father is English. When he was six years old, the family moved to London. Since childhood, fond of painting, John Galliano entered the prestigious College of Art and Design of St. Martin. In college, he changed his name to John.
The beginning of a creative biography
John combined college with work: the plumber’s family did not live richly. He got a job as a dresser at the National Theater, becoming an assistant to the famous tailor Tommy Nutter, who made costumes for The Beatles and Sir Elton John. Continue reading
Hubert de Givenchy, the french high-end French fashion designer, is the benchmark for sophisticated elegance, impeccable taste and beauty. His work was a success on a planetary scale thanks to his talent and desire to create “luxury for all”: he was the first to produce extra-class ready-made clothes, arguing that “luxury has a future only if it is democratized”.
Hubert de Givenchy was born in Beauvais on February 21, 1927 in the family of a pilot who died when his son was two years old. Mother dreamed of a lawyer career for him, but Hubert decided to connect his life with the art of costume after a trip to the fair in 1937. The exposition of the Fashion Pavilion, where the works of the 30 best fashion houses in France were presented, was simply fascinated! Interest in the costume was not accidental, because his grandfather in his youth was a student of the famous painter Camille Corot, then – the head of the production of decorative fabrics and a collector of historical costumes, flags and furniture, and his sisters were engaged in the manufacture of clothes for a fashion store. Continue reading