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Hermes Fashion House is one of the most famous and oldest Parisian Houses. The company employs more than 4640 people, in addition, in the near future it is planned to open branded boutiques in Korea, China and several European cities.
Surprisingly, the history of the company began with the enterprise for the production of bridles and saddles, founded in 1837 by Thierry Erme. And only then the company began to specialize in the creation of clothing, accessories, perfumes and other luxury goods, thereby occupying a prominent place in the world of high fashion.
For the second century Hermes has been presenting its products on the world market, during this long time the company managed to earn worldwide fame and high reputation. Continue reading
Guccio Gucci, a young man, began his career at the Savoy Hotel in London. Although there he was both a waiter, a dishwasher, and an errand boy, Guchio had the opportunity to examine and study the expensive luggage (including the appropriate wardrobes) of wealthy hotel guests, thus forming his vision of sophistication and style. It was here that he had the idea of creating a fashion line, but it took a little less than half a century for the master to fulfill his dream.
The first step was a shop opened by him in Florence, specializing in the sale of bags and suitcases. Things were developing rapidly, and so Gucci soon moved to New York, changing his small boutique in Florence to a fairly large store on Fifth Avenue. Everyone soon started talking about Gucci (known mainly for soft leather shoes, bags and suitcases). The celebrities of that time – Grace Kelly, Sophia Loren, Sydney Poitier, Ronald and Nancy Reagan – spoke about him excellently, and with pleasure wore Gucci bags, shoes and scarves. Continue reading
Gabrielle Chanel was born in 1883 in a poor family, where her mother was constantly sick, and her father often allowed himself to “walk”. When the mother died, none of the relatives, even the father, wanted to educate Gabrielle and her two sisters, so the girls were sent to a shelter at the monastery. At the age of 18, Gabriel had a choice: to remain in the monastery, or, having left it, to continue his education in some other institution. She left the monastery to study in a boarding house in the town of Moulins. Chanel firmly decided not to return to the miserable past, so she struggled with a different, luxurious life. Marriage of convenience was not for her, because the girl tried hard to earn money with her labor, which meant independence and freedom for her. Continue reading