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    • Balenciaga
      Ever since the acclaimed couturier Cristóbal Balenciaga founded his namesake brand in 1919, Balenciaga keeps revolutionizing modern day fashion a century later. Referred by Christian Dior as “the master of us all”, his is a house that has adapted to the changing times like no other.
    • Bottega Veneta
      Discreet luxury and high-quality design. Since 1966, the brand’s signature intrecciato woven leather has firmly established the house as one of fashion’s leading luxury brands. Over time Bottega Veneta’s renown has grown, thanks to the quality of its craftsmanship and the appeal of its discreet, no-logo design. With its slogan being "When your own initials are enough".
    • Burberry
      Distinctive British sensibility. The Burberry fashion house was founded in 1856 in Basingstoke, Hampshire by Thomas Burberry; at the time an apprentice draper. Ever since, Burberry has grown into an inimitable international luxury brand whose globally recognized name, trademark, and signature trenchcoat have since been synonymous with quality and enduring style for over 150 years.
    • Celine
      Founded by Celine Viplana in 1945 the french luxury house is dedicated to quality and comfort. The perfect Parisian elegant daywear.
    • Chanel
      The Parisian fashion powerhouse was founded by the late couturier Gabrielle Chanel, more commonly known as "Coco". "Coco" Chanel heralded new designs and revolutionized the fashion industry by going "back to basics", incorporating elegance, class, and originality.
    • Dior
      Influential classic, modern-day designs. Established in 1946, the house of Christian Dior with his ultra-feminine designs quickly became the “New Look,” as women starved for glamour following the Second World War. Today his status is firmly set as one of the most influential French designers in history.
    • Dolce & Gabbana
      Glamorous and romantic Italian heritage design. Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana launched Dolce and Gabbana in Milan while showing their debut collection in 1985. Ever since, the label has rapidly become a force to be reckoned with in global luxury fashion.
    • Furla
      Italian essence. An Italian company that was founded in 1927 and owned to this day by the Furlanetto family. Furla features Italian-designed products that range from handbags and shoes to accessories. Its headquarters are located in Bologna, in a beautiful historic 18th-century villa.
    • Givenchy
      Parisian luxury. The house of Givenchy was founded in 1952 by designer Hubert de Givenchy and is a member of the prestgious Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture et du Pret-a-Porter. Throughout, Givenchy has become synonymous with luxurious Parisian style. The brand is revolutionizing the fashion world with Creative director Riccardo Tisci leading the way.
    • Gucci
      Italian iconic fashion house. Guccio Gucci founded Gucci in Florence in 1906. Crafted by master Tuscan artisans from exclusive leather. Today, Gucci is the best-selling Italian brand in the world.
    • Hermés
      Thierry Hermés founded his namesake brand in 1837, where it began as a Parisian leather goods shop making finely wrought harnesses, bridles, and riding boots for the carriage trade. His grandson, Emile-Maurice Hermés, described the firm as "Leather, sport, and a tradition of refined elegance." Over 160 years, the House of Hermés has been committed to quality in design and production. The name Hermés continues to represent the ultimate in French luxury.
    • Michael Kors
      Luxurious simplicity. Michael Kors has quickly become a world-renowned, award-winning designer of luxury accessories and ready-to-wear. Simplicity is embraced and combined with high-quality material.
    • Prada
      Innovative Italian style. The Prada label was founded in 1913 by Mario Prada when he began selling shoes, leather handbags, and trunks. Ever since, Prada is synonymous with timeless style. Their influence is universal, a luxury brand that is unique, contemporary, and always of the utmost quality.
    • Saint Laurent
      An iconic Parisian classic. The eponymous brand was founded by designer Yves Saint Laurent and his partner, Pierre Bergé in 1961. It has and is considered one of the world's most prominent fashion houses and known for its modern and iconic pieces. YSL continues to exuberate its unique touch of French elegance and style.
    • Salvatore Ferragamo
      The epitome of Italian luxury. After its inception in 1927, the house of Salvatore Ferragamo became a Hollywood favorite during the glamorous 1920s. A century later, it remains revered today for its handcrafted shoes, accessories, and fragrances. The iconic Vara Bow has become a modern classic worn across the ages.
    • Stella McCartney
      Modern, feminine ethical luxury. Since 2001 when Stella McCartney, alumnus of Central Saint Martins, launched her own label, she has demonstrated that ethics and quality can come hand in hand. A lifelong vegetarian, Stella McCartney does not use any leather or fur in her designs. Her collections include women’s ready-to-wear, accessories, lingerie, eyewear, and fragrances.
    • Valentino
      Elegant Italian luxury. Dating since 1959, when Valentino Garavani opened his fashion house in Rome, the label continues to maintain its status as an iconic Italian brand, lauded for its elegant, sophisticated, timeless classics.
    • Valextra
      Milan-based Valextra was founded in 1937. Excellent Italian craftsmanship of luxury leather goods and accessories. Their products are renowned for their superior quality and detail.