13. Louis Vuitton
Founded by Louis Vuitton Malletier in 1854 in Paris, Louis Vuitton become one of world’s most valuable and luxurious brands and also is recognized worldwide for its LV monogram. He began creating trunks flat tops made of Trianon Trianon allowed for stackability. In the late Victorian era, the world-renowned monogram canvas of the house was introduced along with patterns of quatrefoils and flowers. By World War I, the brand became one of the largest travel goods store at the time. In 1987, Louis Vuitton helped create luxury goods conglomerate LVMH with Moët et Chandon and Hennessy brands. Today, Louis Vuitton is being appreciated for its exquisite leather goods, particularly handbags, but also creative director Nicolas Ghesquière avant-garde creations ready for use.
Moschino is established by Franco Moschino in 1983 to create brand which is innovative, colorful and eccentric, and also fun and would carry a message. This peculiar brand is based in Milan and consists of several labels including Moschino, Moschino Cheap and Chic and Love Moschino. Jeremy Scott, the creative director of the brand, continues to deliver funky, tongue-in-cheek designs using large graphics, witty slogans, bright colors and bold designs, often inspired by the world of fast food or Barbie dolls. Moschino is undoubtedly one of the brands of rare and unique streetwear design for women who want to stand out from the crowd instantly.
Was created in Milan in 2012 by the American creative mind, Virgilio Abloh. The DJ, architect, and designer, created this luxury streetwear brand to produce a modern and stylized work that features items such as quotation marks, zip ties, and four-way arrows that create a cross. This contemporary luxury brand encompasses urban designs and graffiti prints and combines them with fine silks and velvets. One of the most exciting brands design industry, Off-White is here to help their customers embrace now the original.
Was established in Milan in 1913 by Mario Prada as a luxury leather shop. His granddaughter, Miuccia Prada, would join in 1970 and took the lead of the fashion house in 1978. In 1988, Prada presented his first exhibition womenswear and later added a line of menswear in 1993. One of the most iconic trademark in the world, Prada is known for its clean lines, luxurious fabrics and accessories of worship, including fashion bags and thin belts. Today, Prada continues to break the rules of classic design, fun-inspired art and society.
17. Salvatore Ferragamo
The brand was founded by Salvatore Ferragamo in 1927 in Florence to create shoes for women. Previously, Salvatore Ferragamo had studied the manufacture of footwear for one year in Naples, and anatomy at the University of Southern California to understand why the shoes hurt his feet. In 1938, Ferragamo created “The Rainbow” platform shoe, the first of its kind using cork and suede, to honor Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz.
Was originally released as Gianni Versace Donna in 1978 in Milan and was named after the founder, Gianni Versace. Later, after his death, his sister Donatella Versace took the lead of the creative direction of the house in 1997, starting the evolution of its bold feminine aesthetic. The Italian fashion house created fashion pieces for many artists, including Michael Jackson and Elton John.