designers

Coco Chanel, Michael Kors, Tory Burch, and more—explore who has influenced the world of fashion the most, and who might be the next big name.

  • M
    Published 5 days ago
    EXPOSÉ

    EXPOSÉ

  • Leah C.
    Published 10 days ago
    Forever Legendz - The Sustainable Fashion Brand

    Forever Legendz - The Sustainable Fashion Brand

    Calling all fashion and environmental enthusiasts!
  • Roy Daniels
    Published 16 days ago
    AGRICLOTHING

    AGRICLOTHING

    (www.agiclothing.com)AGRICLOTHING a new brand created by Roy Daniels. Handcraft material one hundred percent genuine made in Italy. Customer’s can shop online and make purchases at the above website. AGRICLOTHING specializes in shoes and clothing for further comments and questions please feel free to contact us through the website. Membership is also accepted, please leave your info in the provide area. We will contact you back as soon as possible. Oh yeah, shipping is free and all returns are accepted please read the disclosures and all legal advice that’s provided.
  • Lena Otis
    Published 25 days ago
    2320
  • Ade Ogbomo
    Published 26 days ago
    How My Nephew Inspired My Brand

    How My Nephew Inspired My Brand

    My name is Adesuwa, but everyone calls me Ade (Ah-Day). I am an elementary school teacher, and have been for 8 years. I absolutely LOVE what I do because I feel I get to make a difference every day and I love watching them grow throughout the year! My kids (students) love seeing my new designs and pictures, I usually show them my site weekly and many of them use it as inspiration for working on their own “business”. This is a short story about how my business started.
  • Sarah Boose
    Published 28 days ago
    Made En Moroc

    Made En Moroc

    Made en Moroc was born in September of 2019 and created by Sabrina Boose. The name was inspired by her mother's homeland of Morocco. The idea of creating her own business that would represent both her mother's culture and her own unique taste and inspiration was something she had in mind for years. Born in Los Angeles, fashion and self-expression has been a significant influence in Sabrina’s life. In addition to being interested in fashion, Sabrina has an artistic eye and hand for creativity. She always knew she wanted to create something that could be shared with others who found interest in her ideas and had similar style and taste. Starting a business with no prior experience was the risk she was willing to take to jumpstart her dream.
  • Karrian Campbell
    Published 2 months ago
    Kent Stetson: The Mastermind Behind The Kentstetson Brand
  • Jazzmine Davis
    Published 2 months ago
    Coco Chanel

    Coco Chanel

    Coco Chanel inspires me in so many ways with her humility, perseverance, and style.
  • Lucinda Koza
    Published 2 months ago
    You Deserve Boldness

    You Deserve Boldness

    As many times as we hear that 'this is an unprecedented time,' just like anything else, it has to travel from your ears to your brain and then to your heart and your gut for you to truly understand what those words mean. The realization that no one on our planet has experienced what we are all currently experiencing is one that must be individually felt, at your own pace, in your own body and spirit. There is no Wise One to turn to for answers. Mom & Dad have never been here before, and even our government officials scramble breathlessly in the face of this pandemic, trying this and trying that -- because there is no roadmap. We are all standing, apart but together, trying to figure out what to hold onto.
  • Savannah Lynx
    Published 2 months ago
    All Dressed Up and Nowhere To Go

    All Dressed Up and Nowhere To Go

    Slot machines, showgirls, and cocktails oh my!
  • Molly Jazz
    Published 2 months ago
    Dye For Ru

    Dye For Ru

    Creativity
  • test
    Published 2 months ago
    Elie Tahari: a short bio

    Elie Tahari: a short bio

    The lifelong deep knowledge of fashion and design by Elie Tahari has given him a special place in the world of luxury. The globally recognised brand has a footprint on five continents across the world and is available in over 600 shops in over 40 countries. The brand has grown to include women's clothing, shoes and cosmetics, and menswear, and has come to reflect chic style influenced by the designers with collections of understated beauty and elegance. Later in the decade, Elie Tahari emigrated to the U.S. from Israel and began living in the fashion centre of New York City while moonlighting at a Greenwich Village store. Tahari started making the eponymous drug Tahari in 1973 after succeeding in popularising the tube top. In the years that followed, Elie Tahari opened his own boutique on Madison Avenue, showed the company's own billboard all over New York City, and hosted his first runway show on Studio 54. In the 1980s, Tahari matured, turning his attention to the tailor made suit that would mark a decade. His first adverts included Vogue and Harper's Bazaar. His first store at Bloomingdale's NYC opened in 1989, followed by Saks Fifth Avenue, and Tahari was named one of Crain's most influential 40 under 40s. Elie Tahari has opened the decade with his first cover of the Women's Wear Daily featuring a Tahari wool suit illuminated as the theme of the season, and is elected to the American Fashion Designers Council. The corporation moves to new offices in the Grace building on West 42nd Street, where the major department stores now carry. Tahari launched a big expansion programme involving licences and overseas sales, and created Sante D'Orazzio's first picture book that was sent to over 200,000 customers. Furthermore, broadcast networks have started to note the series of serial parts on Ally McBeal, The X files and Will & Grace. Tahari was the model featured at the Macy's annual Passport fashion show in Los Angeles that helps raise more than $2 million for AIDS awareness and was asked to speak with President Clinton at the White House. In 1997, in addition to setting up his own business, Tahari became the founding partner and artistic director of Theory. In 2002, the name of the company was changed from Tahari to Elie Tahari, and the founder bought 510 Fifth Avenue which became the hub for brand design. Tahari has opened boutiques in Soho, Las Vegas, Chicago, London, East Hampton's Main Street and Boca Raton, Florida. In 2006, he launched women's footwear and menswear, and was seen on the runway at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in Time Magazine's "Elie Tahari on a Tear" photographer Terry Richardson, who started shooting the brands ' ad campaigns and the collection was first used. The company continues to expand in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, opening freestanding boutiques in Istanbul, Turkey, and Dubai, as well as U.S. boutiques in Newport Beach, California, Washington, D.C., Dallas and a 510 5th Floor pop-up shop dubbed The Vault, as well as an e-commerce website called elietahari.com. To celebrate the brand's 40th anniversary, Tahari produced a four-decade capsule collection named "Elie Tahari 1974" which features retrofitted silhouettes in apparel. Mayor Bloomberg announced ' Elie Tahari Day ' on September 4, 2013 in commemoration of his 40 years of business. The brand was awarded with a Client Dream award by Fashion Group International and for three seasons, Tahari served as a guest judge on Project Runway All-Stars. In 2014 the company launched the outdoor line of eyewear, home, and Elie Tahari, and collaborated with photographer Steven Klein on brand marketing campaigns. With more office-centered models joining the market, Tahari turned his attention to the tailor-made suit in the 1980s, and the business elite ranked as women.