In the past decades, the fashion industry has been oriented towards women mainly, because they are trend followers, care about appearance, beauty and are more active consumers than men. But in the last few years, designers have also begun to cater to men, as they have begun to pay more attention to how they dress than before. Although we are in 2023, most of the fashion studios are still based in Europe, but they are slowly expanding into the Americas, Australia, and even Asia. Here are the top 50 designer brands.
|Founders||Coco Chanel and Pierre Wertheimer|
|Headquarter||5 Barlow Place London, W1J 6DG United Kingdom|
Chanel is a French haute couture house founded in 1910 by Coco Chanel in Paris. In 1994, Chanel made a net profit of 67 million euros from the sale of ready-to-wear clothing worth 570 million euros and was the most profitable French fashion house.
After Coco Chanel failed, the Wertheimer family bought the Chanel brand. The brand is currently managed by sisters Alain and Gerard Wertheimer. Today, Chanel is the most famous fashion brand in the world producing many products with the best quality serving all aspects of human life.
|Headquarter||Via Tornabuoni 73/R 50123, Florence, Italy|
Founded by Guccio Gucci – the famous Italian fashion designer in 1921, Gucci is one of the original luxury brands and one of the world’s leading companies in clothing and accessories. Over a hundred years with countless ups and downs to form and develop as today. This brand is best known for its extravagant style and luxurious textiles. Gucci continues to redefine fashion to suit the 21st century while representing the highest quality of Italian craftsmanship and attention to detail.
|Brand Name||Prada S.p.A.|
|Headquarter||Via Antonio Fogazzaro, 28 20135 Milan, Italy|
PradaS.p.A. which is an Italian luxury fashion house, was founded in 1913 in Milan by Mario Prada. Prada licenses its name and branding to Luxottica for eyewear and L’Oréal for spices. Specializing in leather handbags, trip accessories, shoes, ready-to-wear and tear, scents, and other fashion accessories, the brand has managed to stand the test of time. Prada always thinks outside the box and doesn’t produce designs grounded on preconceived styles or fashion trends.
4. Louis Vuitton
|Brand Name||Louis Vuitton Malletier (Louis Vuitton)|
|Headquarter||2 Rue du Pont Neuf 75001 Paris France|
Founded by Louis Vuitton Malletier in 1854, Louis Vuitton is one of the original luxury brands and one of the world’s leading companies in clothing and accessories. The brand’s iconic monogram was invented by Malletier himself after he started making trunks out of Trianon canvas. Before World War I, the brand created its signature quadrangular flower and leaf designs on travel items for which they are still known today. Louis Vuitton, together with Moet and Hennessy founded the luxury goods group LVMH in 1987.
|Brand Name||Christian Dior SE|
|Founded||16 December 1946|
|Headquarter||30 Avenue Montaigne, Paris, France|
French designer Christian Dior founded his eponymous company in Paris in 1946 and now the brand is widely known around the world. In 1947, he introduced his first ready-to-wear collection, which consisted of one- piece silhouettes and feminine silhouettes emphasized throughout the collection. His production used some masculine influences from the Second World War. Modern Dior collections emphasize formal and minimalist influences while remaining romantic.
British definitive style is what characterizes Burberry. Innovated in 1856 in Basingstoke, Hampshire by Thomas Burberry. Thomas Burberry first designed his apparel to cover people from the cold harsh British rainfall, sourcing hard wearing fabrics that revolutionized waterproof apparel, starting in 1856.
According to Burberry’s periodic report, by the end of the fiscal time 2018, the company had destroyed goods worth£28.6 m, an increase of£26.9 m from its fiscal time 2017. To this day, Burberry has a distinctive British identity known for its classic outerwear pieces, using traditional woven patterns and slick acclimatizing.
7. Yves Saint Laurent
|Brand Name||Yves Saint Laurent SAS|
|Founder||Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé|
|Headquarter||37 Rue de Bellechasse, 75007 Paris, France|
Yves Saint Laurent and his partner Pierre Bergé, founded the Saint Laurent brand in 1961. The French luxury house is still considered one of the most prominent fashion houses in the world, known for its works. Modern and iconic. Saint Laurent is a brand that embodies youth culture and emphasizes gender versatility through clothing for different genders and simple yet classic, that’s explosively cool, entwining rebellious punk with luxury.
|Brand Name||Hermès International S.A.|
|Headquarter||24 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré – 75008 Paris, France|
Founded by Thierry Hermès in 1837, Hermes is one of the first luxury brands. Hermes sells leather goods, accessories, perfumes, and ready-to-wear in a rather traditional, classic style. Among their products, leather goods contribute the most to the company’s revenue, followed by the ready-to-wear line. The brand also collaborates with other industry partners including, John Lobb (bootmaker), Puiforcat (silversmith), Saint-Louis (crystal manufacturer), and Shang Xia (contemporary fine living lifestyle brand).
|Founder||Adele and Edoardo Fendi|
|Headquarter||Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana, Quadrato della Concordia 300144 Rome, Italy|
Founded in 1925 in Rome, Fendi started as a luxury fur and leather goods brand. Recently, they have started using faux fur material to support environmental groups, but their main product is still in the leather goods category. In 1965, creative director Karl Lagerfeld turned the brand into the famous brand that is widely known today. Due to some financial difficulties, Fendi joined the LVMH group in 2001 along with several other fashion houses. They survived on the quirky and unique flame style they brought to the fashion world.
|Brand Name||Balenciaga SA|
Balenciaga SA is a French luxury fashion house innovated in 1919 by the Spanish couturier Cristóbal Balenciaga in San Sebastian, Spain, and grounded in Paris, France. Though the brand is now owned by the French multinational company, Kering, they have managed to uphold the label’s high-end status, as well as its on-trend style that can only be described as inventive, expensive, and bold.
In August 2021, Justin Bieber was blazoned as the new face of Balenciaga. In September 2021, the brand faced counterreaction when it released trompe-l’œil sweatpants with the vision of plaid prizefighters sticking out the top with a price label of$ 1,190.
|Founder||Hubert de Givenchy|
|Headquarter||3 Avenue George V, Paris, France|
Givenchy fashion house was founded in Paris in 1952 by Hubert de Givenchy – a famous French fashion designer. The company’s first creations were cotton tops and skirts for women. From the 1950s until the 1970s, Givenchy used Audrey Hepburn as their muse, and their inspiration was the design of the black dress and wide-brimmed hat that appeared in the movie “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”.
Another famous dress to add to their portfolio is Megan Markle’s wedding dress, designed by their first female creative director Clare Waight Keller.
12. Alexander McQueen
|Brand Name||Alexander McQueen|
|Headquarter||London, United Kingdom|
British designer Lee Alexander McQueen started his label in 1992, and it carries his name up to today. McQueen was known for his flair and emotionally charged designs, but since Sara Burton took over the fashion house after his death, she has brought a new take on femininity while honoring his legacy. Exaggerated shapes and innovative tailoring combined with traditional techniques are the label’s key look. Punky streetwear and strong graphic effects are also an essential part of the brand’s DNA.
|Brand Name||Valentino S.p.A.|
|Headquarter||Via Turati, 16/18, Milan, Italy|
Valentino Garavani established the fashion house carrying his name in Rome in 1960. It is known for its elegant and glamorous designs that feature bold colors, intricate details, and luxurious fabrics. The brand’s collections include a wide range of clothing items, such as evening gowns, cocktail dresses, suits, and casual wear, as well as accessories like handbags, shoes, and jewelry. Today, the brand is still highly sought-after by fashion-conscious consumers around the world.
14. Tom Ford
|Brand Name||Tom Ford SA|
|Headquarter||New York City|
Thomas Carlyle Ford (born 1961) is an American fashion designer and filmmaker. After working with the world’s leading fashion brands such as Gucci, and Saint Laurent,… he decided to set up his own fashion company named Tom Ford in 2005. Although the new company is still young, With his talent and experience, he has turned Tom Ford into one of the world’s leading fashion brands. Its products include ready-to-wear and tailored clothing, as well as shoes, accessories and bags.
15. Ralph Lauren
|Brand Name||Ralph Lauren Corporation|
|Headquarter||New York City, U.S.|
Founded by Ralph Lauren – The American fashion designer in 1967, Ralph Lauren is one of the first luxury brands and one of the world’s leading fashion companies. In 1968 he started his first menswear line which he named Polo, and his empire took off. Today, It is still one of the most popular American brands, the epitome of preppy clothing for the entire family. Today, Ralph Lauren is involved in many different fields such as vesture, home, accessories, and spices with high quality and popular products.
16. Salvatore Ferragamo
|Brand Name||Salvatore Ferragamo S.p.A.|
Salvatore FerragamoS.p.A., rebranded in September 2022 as Ferragamo, is an Italian luxury goods company headquartered in Florence. The company was innovated in 1927 by Salvatore Ferragamo in Florence, Italy. It specializes in designing and manufacturing footwear and leather goods, which together account for over 86 of its profit. The remaining products include ready-to-wear and tear, silk products, fashion accessories, certified eyewear, watches, and scents. It operates 447 mono-brand stores worldwide as of September 2022.
17. Calvin Klein
|Brand Name||Calvin Klein Inc.|
|Founder||Calvin Klein and Barry K. Schwartz|
|Headquarter||New York City|
Calvin Klein was founded in 1968 by American fashion designer Calvin Richard Klein. In addition to clothing, Calvin Richard Klein also has given his name to a range of perfumes, watches, and jewelry. It is a brand with a minimalist aesthetic that cleverly combines unstructured tailoring with iconic staples statues. Even today, the brand is still the leader in lingerie sales. In the last few years, they have expanded into fragrances, home furnishings, and more.
|Brand Name||Giorgio Armani S.p.A.|
|Founder||Giorgio Armani and Sergio Galeotti|
The famous Italian fashion designer Giorgio Armani founded his own company in 1975 and was named “most successful Italian-born designer” in 2001. Most influential in the luxury fashion industry, known for its clean, simple style in design. Armani is a symbol of success recognized by many business professionals and has been around since the early 80s. When the Covid-19 pandemic broke out, Armani was the first name in the fashion industry to decide to suspend fashion shows to prevent the epidemic.
19. Stella McCartney
|Brand Name||Stella McCartney|
|Headquarter||3 Olaf Street, London, GB|
Founded in 2001 by renowned female designer Stella McCartney, this eponymous brand was one of the first to focus on sustainable fashion and community ethics. This female designer changed the world of fashion by using organic and recycled materials to create non-toxic clothing. Her designs emphasize femininity, and her sharp seams will bring confidence to any woman. Find ready-to-wear collections for both men and women of different ages, along with accessories and fragrances.
|Brand Name||Pierre Balmain S.A. (Balmain)|
French fashion house Balmain was founded in 1945 and is headed by designer Pierre Alexander Claudius Balmain. Initially, the company Balmain started off their focus was on post-war bell-shaped skirts, and celebrities such as Katharine Hepburn and Marlene Dietrich adored the tiny waist design. This their signature original style is kept alive today, but modernized and embellished with lavish details. The trend towards monochromatic and nostalgic chic styles of elegant silhouettes is the dominant influence of their new collection.
Japanese designer Kenzo Takada founded the company Kenzo in 1970. He was born in Japan and moved to Paris in 1964 to start his fashion career. The company has maintained its innovative concept to this day, which combines great prints with ethical inclinations, as well as many ornate designs. If you love bold prints and other miscellaneous designs that are unlike any other then you can choose this fashion house. They keep up with changing trends, so you can rest assured choosing their latest designs won’t go out of style.
Berluti is a reputable leather manufacturer specializing in the production of men’s clothing, especially calf leather, kangaroo leather, and crocodile skin finishing in the production of shoes and boots; Founded in 1895 by Italian Alessandro Berluti in Marche, Berluti is headquartered in Paris on rue Marbeuf. The newest creative director is Kris Van Assche (2018-2021). In 2017 Business of Fashion named Berluti among the 16 best companies to work for in the fashion industry.
23. Comme Des Garçons
|Brand Name||Comme des Garçons|
|Headquarter||Tokyo, Japan (de facto)Paris, France (de jure)|
Comme Des Garçons was founded in 1969 by Japanese fashion designer Rei Kawakubo. The brand quickly made a name for itself in Japan before spreading to other parts of the world. Although the label is almost 50 years old, it remains the most innovative brand of the 21st century, dedicated to creating unique, fun, radical fashion that fiercely defies conventions and transcends stereotypes. with completely original costumes.
|Founder||Nazareno FonticoliGaetano Savini|
Brioni is an Italian luxury men’s fashion house based in Rome and specializes in ready-to-wear, leather goods, footwear, eyewear, and fragrances, and offers tailoring services (Bespoke). Brioni was founded in Rome in 1945. Italian brand Brioni has a very distinctive method of making suits that they have been using since the late 50s. With the design creating a rather smart look and Sophisticated, even in everyday wear, Brioni has become one of the world’s leading fashion houses.
|Founder||Donna Karan and Stephan Weiss|
|Headquarter||New York City, New York, United States|
DKNY is a fashion brand founded by American designer Donna Karan in 1984 but it was not until 1992 that the DKNY Men brand was launched. It carries a strong sense of New York, with many of their shirts and jumpers featuring the city landscape. The brand’s fragrances are known for their fresh, modern scents that reflect the energy and spirit of New York City. DKNY’s signature style is simple and comfortable designs.
26. Paul Smith
|Brand Name||Paul Smith|
|Headquarter||Nottingham, United Kingdom|
With the help of his then-girlfriend, now-wife Pauline Denyer, a Royal College of Art fashion graduate, and savings of £600, Smith opened his first shop in Nottingham, England in 1970, stocking established brands alongside his designs. In 1976 Smith debuted his first menswear collection in Paris under his namesake label “Paul Smith“. He showed his first women’s collection at London Fashion Week in 1998 and has since expanded into denim, footwear, accessories, fragrance, childrenswear, and homeware. Now a global business, Paul Smith is sold in over 70 countries and has 3,000 retail doors.
27. Ermenegildo Zegna
The luxury fashion design house in Northern Italy Zegna was founded in 1910 by Ermenegildo Zegna – Italy’s leading fashion designer. This fashion house focuses on menswear and uses strong and durable fabrics. The classic silhouette in their design that appears in all of their clothing lines is what they are famous for. Zegna has implemented some initiatives such as using renewable energy sources and reducing the use of water in its production processes.
28. Hugo Boss
|Brand Name||Hugo Boss AG|
Founded in 1924, Hugo Boss is one of the largest German clothing companies today and they also offer accessories, fragrances, and shoes in addition to their clothing collections. The company began designing uniforms for the German army during World War II. The company then moved on to designing high-end business suits. Today, the intact label features a design that combines classic workwear and casual sportswear, all manufactured to high standards, while keeping the designs simple. Simple and classic.
|Founder||Dean and Dan Caten|
The brand Dsquared2 was launched in 1995 by brothers Dean and Dan Caten in Milan, Italy. In 2000–2001, Madonna commissioned the brothers to design over 150 pieces for her Drowned World Tour 2001 and “Don’t Tell Me” music video. The brand generates most of its revenues through licensing deals. Dsquared2 has also collaborated with other high-end brands and designers, including Giuseppe Zanotti, K-Way, and Pepsi.
30. Thom Browne
|Brand Name||Thom Browne|
In 2003, Thom Browne found a flaw in the luxury clothing market that people had become too casual in the way they dress. As a result, he founded a brand specializing in suits and formal wear, making even their casual wear quite luxurious – The brand was named Thom Browne. Although the most remarkable thing about Thom Browne is that he enjoys playing with traditional styles and creating ‘miniature’ clothes that reinvent the classic men’s suit, while embracing gender flexibility. calculated by wearing skirts, dresses and heels for her male models.
|Brand Name||Lacoste S.A.|
|Founder||René Lacoste and André Gillier|
Founded by 1920 tennis champion Rene Lacoste, Lacoste is one of the greatest preppy brands of all time stemming from a determination to improve sportswear that was, at the time, primarily woven. He is credited with inventing cotton pique, a sturdy knit fabric that is still used today in the company’s iconic polo shirts. Since then, the Lacoste product line has grown to include offering professional technical wear and outerwear in striking colors paired with classic tennis whites.
|Founder||Eli Belovitch and Harry Grosberg|
|Headquarter||London, United Kingdom|
There are so many great things about the brand, Belstaff. It’s practical yet stylish, great for those who want a striking jacket or a great pair of boots; The most famous products are the iconic waxed cotton coats. This is a British brand with a long history, dating back to 1924 when it was founded by Eli Belovitch and his son-in- law Harry Grosberg in Longton, Stoke-on-Trent in the United Kingdom. It was originally created for the production of outerwear only but has since become a luxury designer brand, known for the other quality items produced.
|Brand Name||Diesel S.p.A.|
|Founder||Adriano GoldschmiedRenzo Rosso|
|Headquarter||Breganze, Veneto, Italy|
Diesel is an Italian clothing brand known for its innovative denim designs, and the company also sells accessories, shoes and everything from beachwear to knitwear. It was founded in 1978 in Molvena, Colceresa, Italy, by Italian fashion magnate Adriano Goldschmied and businessman Renzo Rosso. The brand gives customers a rebellious and youthful feel, with items that feature frilly lines and sometimes unusual placement of zippers or pockets. This makes each Diesel garment ideal for those who want something special and different.
Another Italian fashion brand that cannot be ignored is Etro – a brand that has been around for nearly a hundred years. The company is family owned and founded by Gerolamo Etro in 1968. The longevity alone is a testament to the company’s success, but it also depends on its ability to grow, innovate, and develop new products as well as fashion trends from time to time. The brand is famous for its paisley designs, making it easy to recognize this piece as an Etro design.
|Headquarter||70 S Audley St, London W1K 2RA, UK|
Erdem is a company founded by fashion designer Erdem Moralioglu in the UK. His name is not the only thing unique about the brand that was founded in 2005 but also has fashion collections for both men and women. Best known for its botanical prints, Erdem’s appeal is the designs that are made to last, crafted with high-quality materials. Some clothes are perfect for everyday wear, or you can find special designs for memorable occasions. From embroidered cotton jackets and chinos to floral print shorts, there’s something to suit any taste and is often more affordable than other designer brands.
36. 3.1 Phillip Lim
|Brand Name||3.1 Phillip Lim|
|Founder||Phillip Lim and Wen Zhou|
|Headquarter||New York City|
3.1 Phillip Lim is a fashion label founded by Phillip Lim and Wen Zhou. The brand first debuted at New York Fashion Week in 2005, and since then, it’s grown stronger and stronger to become one of the most sought-after designer brands in the world. The brand is honored for creating ethical luxury fashion; they stated that Community and Sustainability were integral to its design process. The company aims to make its products accessible to “global citizens”. The designs are distinctive, with standout items including quilted coats, feather coats, and edgy suede shoes.
|Founder||Demna & Guram Gvasalia|
Vetements is also a French luxury fashion house known for bold prints along with interesting color combinations and designs that are created to catch the eye. Founded in 2014 by Demna Gvasalia and Guram Gvasalia, it’s easy to spot a Vetements product that is the allure of the couture brand. Designer products are expensive, but they are also built to last with high-quality materials so you can be assured of their excellent quality.
38. Stone Island
|Brand Name||Stone Island|
Stone Island is also a famous Italian fashion brand although it is not as famous as some other luxury fashion brands, it certainly deserves recognition. This fashion house was founded in 1982 by Massimo Osti, this Italian brand is famous for its interesting colors and skillful use of fabrics; they include a shiny, transparent bomber jacket made of canvas with polyester monofilament and flat nylon threads. It makes everything from jackets to knitwear and fleece and comes in a variety of sizes and designs.
39. Rag & Bone
|Brand Name||Rag & Bone|
|Founder||Nathan Bogle and Marcus Wainwright|
Another famous American brand founded in 2002 by Nathan Bogle and Marcus Wainwright and has grown stronger and stronger over the past 20 years – Rag & Bone. The appeal of this American fashion label is the urban style, and pieces are effortlessly cool and easy to wear, lending themselves to various occasions. With expert craftsmanship men’s and women’s clothing, shoes, and apparel from rags and bones. These include linen shorts, cotton knit shirts, and casual linen blazers. It makes everything from jackets to knitwear and fleece and comes in a variety of sizes and designs.
40. Roberto Cavalli
|Brand Name||Roberto Cavalli S.p.A.|
|Headquarter||Sesto Fiorentino, Italy|
Another Italian high-fashion label, Robert Cavalli, is the eponymous brand of the famous Italian designer Robert Cavalli. This fashion house was founded in 1972 in Florence, Italy. The brand has become known for its bold prints, brightly colored clothing, and leather accessories. These items give a youthful and dynamic feel, they are for those who prefer to stand out from the crowd rather than blend in. Designs include a tiger- inspired Felix tiger- print silk shirt or an equally bold zebra print slim- fit jeans. Until today, Roberto Cavalli’s products are always loved and trusted by customers around the world.
41. Rick Owens
|Brand Name||Rick Owens|
|Founder||Richard Saturnino Owens|
Rick Owens is also a famous American brand. The fashion house’s design style is a delightful mix of grunge and gothic styles as well as superb tailoring, creating unique pieces made for people to admire. Founded by American-born fashion designer Rick Owens, the brand is so edgy and out of the ordinary that has earned Owens the nickname the Dark Lord. The first show took place in 2002 during New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer, and over the past two decades, the brand has continued to thrive and gain worldwide recognition.
|Brand Name||Alfred Dunhill Limited|
|Headquarter||Westminster, London, United Kingdom|
Founded by Alfred Dunhill over 120 years ago, this London fashion house goes back a long time in its roots. The fashion house’s predecessor was a saddlery business, then he started developing leather goods for cars. Over the years, the family business has forayed into luxury goods, bringing Dunhill to the position it is today as a leading fashion designer in the world. Today, Dunhill is the oldest fashion brand in the industry with high quality products such as men’s clothing, perfumes, ….
43. Maison Margiela
|Brand Name||Maison Margiela|
|Founder||Martin MargielaJenny Meirens|
Renowned for her innovative and iconic designs, Maison Margiela is one of the most prominent designers today. Founded in 1988 in France by Martin Margiela, the label focuses on ready-to-wear and couture-inspired products. Inspired by shocking and provocative artwork, Margiela’s products have been described as the Marcel Duchamp of fashion. Some of its most recognizable items are the Tabi boots, inspired by the Japanese split-toe Tabi sock. The founder left the company in 2009, then John Galliano took on the role of Creative Director in 2014.
44. Vivienne Westwood
|Brand Name||Vivienne Westwood|
One of the icons of British punk and rebellion, Vivienne Westwood is one of the most iconic designers in modern fashion history. She opened her first store in London called SEX and paved the way for the punk subculture to enter the mainstream. The fashion house’s pieces include ripped t-shirts, plaids, and stiletto heels – items supermodel Naomi Campbell famously wore (and fell) on the runway in 1993. Being a celebrity proud riot of the industry, her works remain symbolic and political statements against conformists and define an era that defies norms.
45. Ted Baker
|Brand Name||Ted Baker|
Ted Baker is a British high-street clothing retail company known for suits, shirts, and dresses. It was founded in 1988 in Glasgow, Scotland. Founder Ray Kelvin, who named the company after a self-styled alter ego, an “intrepid aviator, an all-round sportsman and the consort of princesses and Hollywood beauties”, started his first store in March 1988 in Glasgow, and opened further stores in Manchester and Nottingham. The company is owned by Authentic Brands Group, after its £211 million acquisition in October 2022. The brand has over 500 shops and concessions around the world.
46. Tommy Hilfiger
|Brand Name||Tommy Hilfiger B.V.|
Dubbed one of the most American brands in fashion history, Tommy Hilfiger is an inspirational and influential designer in this billion-dollar industry. Pursuing a career in fashion in the ’80s, Tommy created button-down shirts, chinos, and items reminiscent of preppy culture. In the decades since it’s been more than just a fashion brand, Tommy Hilfiger has inspired the next generation of culture, sparking a preppy revival of the ’00s and hip-hop scene. Besides fashion, Tommy Hilfiger has supported and encouraged charities such as Save the Children and World Wildlife Fund.
47. Zadig & Voltaire
|Brand Name||Zadig & Voltaire|
Zadig & Voltaire is an edgy and rebellious brand, founded in 1997 in France Perhaps best known for its cashmere sweaters and Tunisian t-shirt, its Streetwear aesthetic has gone on to inspire a multitude of other designers in its wake. The womenswear designer is heavily inspired by the Parisian woman, who is free-spirited with a touch of rock and roll. This fashion brand is not a bad choice for those who have a strong personality and confidently express their style.
48. Derek Rose
|Brand Name||Derek Rose|
|Founder||Jack Lewis Rose|
Derek Rose is a British clothing designer, manufacturer, and retailer, founded in England in 1938. The brand specializes in sleepwear, loungewear, leisurewear for men, women, and children, and men’s resort wear and underwear. The Rose family first entered the design and manufacture of men’s clothing when Jack Lewis Rose set up Bonsoir in 1926. Derek Rose left the company and bought HH Winder Ltd, changing the name to Derek Rose Pyjamas Ltd in 1981 and then Derek Rose Ltd in 2004. The brand further branched into the kid’s market, offering a sleepwear range.
|Headquarter||22 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris, France|
Lanvin is one of the oldest fashion houses in France. Founded in 1889, it started out small and focussed only on hats. Created by Jeanne Lanvin when she was 22 years old, she soon entered the world of womenswear, home decor and lingerie. As the third oldest French fashion house still in operation, today it works alongside some of the most influential designers in modern fashion history. With names ranging from the late Alber Elbaz to Claude Montana in its long list of creative directors, it remains an important element of the rich history of French fashion houses.
|Headquarter||Via S. Gregorio, 28 20124 Milan, Italy|
Created by Franco Moschino – A famous Italian designer in 1983 in Milan. Moschino includes different brands, Moschino Cheap and Chic, and Love Moschino. In 2021, Moschino was in the hands of Aeffe S.p.A. – An international company in the field of fashion and luxury and 2 years later, Jeremy Scott announced his departure from the position of creative director.