The extremely popular brand Donna Karan (Donna Karan) conquered the whole world with a harmonious combination of beauty and rationality of its products. The founder of the brand – an indigenous New Yorker – set the goal of her work to create high-quality, comfortable and, at the same time, elegant costumes for residents of megacities with their frantic pace of life. She succeeded at 100%!
Donna Karan fashion show
Donna Faske was born in 1948 on the outskirts of Manhattan. She started designing the costume not by accident: her father was a tailor, her mother was a fashion model, so drawing clothes was a natural and favorite pastime since childhood. After leaving school, Donna entered the Parson’s School of Design in New York, but failed to finish her studies. She was a sophomore when, in 1968, Anne Klein (Anne Klein) invited her to work at her Fashion House. Continue reading
The luxury brand Nina Ricci (Nina Ricci) is a symbol of French chic, elegance and sophistication of style. Created in 1932, Nina Ricci Fashion House has gained worldwide fame and popularity not only as a manufacturer of great clothes, but also as the creator of perfume masterpieces, the first of which was the fragrance L’Air du Temps.
The daughter of a shoemaker Marie Adeland Nieli (her house was called Nina) was born in Turin in 1883. Hoping to find wealthy clients, his father decided to move with his family to Monte Carlo, and then to Paris, but he died early, without leaving a penny to a widow. At the age of thirteen, Nina had to get into a haberdashery store, combining work with studies in sewing. A talented girl at the age of 18 became a senior fashionista in an atelier, and at the age of 20 she herself opened a small production for the manufacture of clothes and hats. Things were going well, but the work of the designer attracted her more – since 1908 she worked at the Raffen Fashion House for 20 years, becoming his co-owner. Continue reading
Lacoste is one of the most famous and respected fashion houses in France. A small green crocodile – the company logo – is known to almost everyone, and in the 80s, Soviet people were ready to stand in long lines in order to buy a sweater, polo or T-shirt with a “toothy” label. Now the popularity of the Lacoste brand has not only not decreased, but even increased.
Under the brand name of this multimillion-dollar corporation, a huge amount of sports equipment, clothes, perfumes and other products are now in great demand all over the world. What does the brand owe such popularity?
The founder of the fashion house is Rene Lacoste – a famous tennis player, the “hero” of France. For his country, he is the same star as, for example, Pele for Brazil. Continue reading