Jean-Paul Gaultier is a gleefully outrageous designer, a man who habitually defies or ignores the standard definitions of style and sensibility. He has brought kitsch into the mainstream of Couture, along with fetishism, male cross-dressing, and any number of other wild and innovative concepts.
This fashion duo strives for the perfect combination of magical surrealism and traditional glamour. Domenico Dulce (Palermo, Sicily) and Stefano Gabbana (Milan) grew up in different parts of the Italian countryside and bring their independent heritages together in the design studio. Their creations d
In 1947, Christian Dior put Paris back in the center of the fashion universe with his "New Look." The new style melded the best of the Belle Epoque with the most advanced styling techniques of the times. Poetic, romantic, and classical, Dior provided the world with a glamorous, modernized version of
Giorgio Armani. The name alone connotes impeccable taste. An Armani suit does more than reflect one's style or status; it makes a statement about one's personal values. Wearing an Armani expresses an appreciation for the finer things in life, for comfort, and for oneself. The most successful menswear