Diesel clothing is created
The world famous brand Gucci (Gucci) recently celebrated its ninetieth anniversary. In the history of this brand, as in Italian cinema, there was everything: happy moments of fame and high points, ups and downs, scandals and investigations, the struggle for inheritance, the betrayal of loved ones and so on. Gucci House was a family business, so conflicts and disagreements were inevitable among temperamental relatives.
The founder of the Gucci brand was Guccio Gucci (1881-1953), who in 1921 opened a workshop in Florence for the production of leather suitcases with money earned in London. He worked there as a simple elevator for 10 years at the Savoy Hotel. It was there, when observing the luggage of the guests, he came up with a happy thought to open his own business in the manufacture of high-quality, prestigious suitcases, and then – bags and moccasins. Continue reading
The famous Italian brand Roberto Cavalli (Roberto Cavalli) is easily recognizable thanks to the original features of the style: stunningly beautiful drawings on various materials that imitate animal skins, rhinestones and sparkles, patchwork technique. For over forty years, this brand has been the standard of luxury, splendor and glamor, only briefly letting the Versace brand forward in the 80s of the 20th century.
A bit about the brand creator
Roberto Cavalli (Roberto Cavalli) was born on November 15, 1940 in Florence. He inherited the artistic gift: his father was an avant-garde artist, and his grandfather, Giuseppe Rossi, was a famous impressionist. While still studying at the famous Florentine Academy of Arts, Roberto Cavalli proposed floral patterns for applying ornaments to knitwear, which were then actively used in hosiery, thus taking the first steps in the future profession of costume designer. Continue reading
The brilliant British designer Alexander McQueen (Alexander McQueen) passed away on February 11, 2010, leaving a huge amount of interesting ideas, creative images and magnificent masterpieces of his work as a legacy to the fashion world. He turned every fashion show into an unforgettable show: either models showed outfits in the pouring rain, being a very sexual sight, then, walking along the catwalk in white muslin dresses, they became victims of robots creating unpredictable patterns on their dresses with the help of jets of colors. There were more shocking tricks – he was a master of shocking: in the summer collection of 1995, fashion models appeared before the public in dresses soiled with blood, which terrified everyone. This behavior of the young designer served as the basis for his nickname – “British Fashion Hooligan.” Continue reading