Miuccia Prada

In the early 70s, Miuccia Prada, granddaughter of brand founder Mario Prada, took over the leadership position and completely changed the face and strategy of this long-standing brand.

Because of them, fashion has changed!
Because of them, fashion has changed!
Because of them, fashion has changed!

Rei Kawakubo

Rei Kawakubo founded the Comme des Garçons brand in 1973 in Tokyo.

Because of them, fashion has changed!
Because of them, fashion has changed!

Donna Karan

In the late 80s, society witnessed a clear shift in the workplace as more and more women held important management positions, and from there her wardrobe also changed and shuffled.

Phoebe Philo

It would not be an exaggeration to call Phoebe Philo one of the most important and powerful female designers of today.

Phoebe Philo

Diane Von Furstenberg

When mentioning Diane von Furstenberg, anyone who loves fashion immediately thinks of her famous wrapdress.

Diane Von Furstenberg

Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood was nicknamed the `Queen of Rebellion` for her pioneering role in bringing the unconventional, somewhat eccentric Punk trend into fashion in the early 1970s. Vivienne’s fashion was rebellious, her dressing style was

Vivienne Westwood

Kate & Laura Mulleavy

Since establishing the Rodarte brand in 2005, the Mulleavy sisters have constantly created new waves in the fashion industry.

Kate & Laura Mulleavy

Chitose Abe

Chitose Abe, designer of the Sacai brand, is considered to represent the new generation of avant-gard fashion.

Chitose Abe

Sarah Burton

The world began to know Sarah Burton when she took the position of Creative Director for the famous British brand in 2010 when genius designer Lee McQueen suddenly passed away.

Sarah Burton

Isabel Marant

If you ask fashion editors about this brand, they will say Isabel Marant is synonymous with “French Chic” beauty, “je neis se quois” effortless beauty.

Isabel Marant