When it comes to fashion, everyone has different tastes. However, these top fashion designers have been adored by not only women all around the globe but also men. They have proven their incredible talents and risen to the top of the fashion world. Their shows and art work speak for themselves.
• Karl Lagerfeld
German fashion designer and photographer. In 1983, he became artistic director of the House of Chanel. He worked to create a collection of ready-to-wear for Chanel. He is also known as the creator of perfumes.
• Giorgio Armani
Since 1970, Giorgio Armani, creates new models of clothes in several fashion houses in Italy, in 1974 the world saw his first collection, the show which was a great success.
• Alberta Ferretti
He presented a beige crocheted dress length is just above the knee. Most dresses were simple, some are short, others long and draped. In 2009, opened its first boutique in Moscow in the shopping center Petrovsky Passage
• Vivienne Westwood
She’s a British fashion designer and businesswoman, largely responsible for bringing modern punk and new wave fashions into the mainstream. Her first catwalk show was presented in 1981, featuring the collaboration of Westwood and McLaren. The theme that year was Pirates.
• Sonia Rykiel
17 years ago, Sonia Rykiel took her first job as a designer showcase on one of their textile stores. In 1962, she made sweaters and clothing for pregnant women at her husband boutique, Laura. Since then, her designs gained popularity, and soon Rykiel was called “queen of knitwear.
• Valentino Garavani
Italian designer and founder of Valentino. He became interested in male and female fashion while attending high school in his hometown of Voghera. Valentino became famous for his red dresses, bright shade of which was called “Red of Valentino”
• Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana – D&G
In 1987, they jointly presented the first collection of knitwear. At the same time under the brand name Dolce & Gabbana, they opened a store in Milan. In 1990, they created a collection of fashionable clothes for men. Since 2006, the house Dolce & Gabbana dresses Italian football team.
• Marc Jacobs
At an early age of fifteen, Jacobs worked as a stock boy at Charivari, a now-defunct avant-garde clothing boutique in New York City. He also designed his first collection for Reuben Thomas, Inc., under the Sketchbook label.