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.

  • Sandra Thuesday
    Published 18 days ago
    Prêt-à-Porter? I Think Not.

    Prêt-à-Porter? I Think Not.

    I bet you have probably seen the weird runways pieces. A blanket skirt or a chicken shoes or whatever god awful designs are out there. You are probably wondering, Who would buy this? Or Who would design this? The reality is, most of the eccentric styles you see have one real intention – comparatively inexpensive ads.
  • Jason James
    Published 21 days ago
    Chantz Evariste — 24 year old CEO of the rising clothing line Luxurious Stylez

    Chantz Evariste — 24 year old CEO of the rising clothing line Luxurious Stylez

    What’s your name, artist name and where are you from?  Chantz Evariste, Luxurious Stylez (LS), Queens, New York What makes you different as a person and as an artist?
  • Rich Monetti
    Published about a month ago
    Family Britches Continues to Pull up the Chappaqua Community

    Family Britches Continues to Pull up the Chappaqua Community

    Photo by Adam Moss Entering Family Britches off King’s Street and you’re struck by an architectural set up that says welcome, and a four room expanse of impeccable arrangement that implies there’s plenty to choose from. “For us, this is theater,” says Barry Mishkin of the 10,000 square foot “emporium of quality.” But just like a fancy kitchen or an abundance of toys doesn’t necessarily translate to a nice place to live, the same idea applies to a store. So co-owners Barry Mishkin and Rick Buggee have made their particular clothing house a home for Chappaqua by making sure the part they play is commensurate with the role any good parent would.
  • Stefanie Schroll
    Published 2 months ago
    Luxury fashion art designed and handmade in Germany

    Luxury fashion art designed and handmade in Germany

    www.maestofficial.com 1. Marketa, what’s your story? Why did you choose to dedicate your life to fashion and design? The love of fashion is innate in me. Already as a child I played at my grandma's whole wardrobe and tried on every piece of fashion and dressed my younger sister. Afterwards the whole family sat in the living room and we presented our choice of clothes. My Czech grandmother was a seamstress, so I experienced the process of making clothes from a very young age.
  • Tammy Reese
    Published 3 months ago
    Body by LaRen

    Body by LaRen

    Body by LaRen Written By Erie LaRen Body by LaRen is an independent, unique new brand that offers what most established brands only promise: encouraging, powerful clothing for curvy women.
  • James Solomon
    Published 3 months ago
    Meet Peter Jean Marie - The Name Itself screams Designer!

    Meet Peter Jean Marie - The Name Itself screams Designer!

    This Florida native was determined to follow his own dreams after an old boss at a Saks Fifth Avenue told him that he would never make it in the fashion industry.
  • Christie Apperwhite
    Published 4 months ago
    Launch

    Launch

    Imovezme is an accessory brand that I am attempting to launch. Since receiving my Accredited Jewelry Professional certificate from GIA life has not afforded me the opportunity to further my education with them. Most of my bench skills are self taught, but it is something I enjoy as a mode of expression.
  • Angelique Pesce
    Published 4 months ago
    Raising Awareness Through Fashion ESTEEMbyDESIGN

    Raising Awareness Through Fashion ESTEEMbyDESIGN

    Raising awareness on anorexia, obesity, and special physical needs through sales at ESTEEMbyDESIGN a store on Etsy.com. es·teem/əˈstēm/noun:
  • Not.Jethro
    Published 4 months ago
    Black Creatives in the fashion industry that you should be following now.

    Black Creatives in the fashion industry that you should be following now.

    The fashion landscape is ever-changing, ebbing and flowing around the current trends and offering a response to the societal pressures that people face. So, it’s appropriate that during these tumultuous times and with everything negative going on in the world, we should appreciate the achievements of people as a positive note. In light of the “Black lives Matter” movement, it’s the time for black creatives to take the spotlight and ultimately pave the way for better representation for the whole industry. So, in this article, I’ll divulge into a couple of my favourite black designers that should be or currently be on your radar.
  • Michele Schultz
    Published 5 months ago
    Emerging Fashion Designer, Rachel Walters

    Emerging Fashion Designer, Rachel Walters

    Founder-designer Rachel Walters, of emerging women-wear, dress contemporary and sophisticated. What she gains the experience, she makes up in the know-how. Walters uses business acumen and communications as a result of making quality-made clothing.
  • Siobhan Sheppard
    Published 5 months ago
    A Love Letter to Black Designers

    A Love Letter to Black Designers

    A Love Letter to Black Designers With the support of black stylists, artists and designers becoming an ever magnified topic I took the time out to explore some black designers who produce work both exciting and resonating. The craft of clothing design should aim to move, inspire - I believe the artists below engage with this in a way fluid throughout their work
  • M
    Published 5 months ago
    EXPOSÉ

    EXPOSÉ

    Before knowing how trousers came to be the revolution of the ones who, after World War II, wanted independence for themselves, it is important to acknowledge a well-known fashion designer —who stayed afloat with the help of Nazi sympathizers, — Coco Chanel. An anti-semitic, who used her connections to comfortably live at the Ritz Hotel during the second world war with her German boyfriend, Baron Hans Günther von Dincklage, an officer in Abwehr, who kept her in high society.