Sherri Hill

Sherri Hill’s exclusive collections epitomize the fashionable lifestyle of today’s contemporary women. Each look is designed to enhance and fit the female form with fashion-forward styling and wearability. Her design career began to gain recognition when various Miss USA, Miss Universe and Miss America contestants won titles in her gowns. Now, the Hill family business has a network of over 1,000 stores selling the brand in over 30 countries. Hill’s new corporate headquarters is in Austin, Texas. The company also maintains a design studio and showroom in AtlantaSI Hill’s devotion to design is evident in her selection of beautiful fabrics and trimmings combined with innovative combinations of cuts to accentuate the best features of each and every woman.

Amoralle

The creator of the fashion label Amoralle [amoràl] Inese Ozola originally based in Riga (Latvia) is one of the most perspective legwear, lingerie and nightwear designers in Northern Europe.

Alexandre Vauthier

Alexandre Vauthier is a French haute couture fashion designer.
He was a student at fashion school ESMOD from 1991 to 1994. After being a trainee for Thierry Mugler Couture in 2013, he became an assistant. In 1997 he moved to Jean Paul Gaultier where he was a head designer for the couture collections for eight years.
In 2009, he did his first fashion show with his own label, during Paris Fashion Week. Ever since, Christian Louboutin does the shoes for Vauthier’s fashion shows.
In 2010, he created a clothing line for 3 Suisses.
In 2011, after getting a makeover to >Beyoncé for her album 4, he created yule logs for the >Grande Epicerie de Paris.
For the year 2012 he was the art director for the Premium range of brand Pyrenex. The same year Madonna chose him to create the look on the cover.

Moeva

This month we are raising awareness by demonstrating that beauty is not relative, and it is for all. Our designer Burcu Togay had an idea to create a swimsuit which is both designer made and functional in terms of mastectomy breast forms.

Amato Luxe Dubai

Launched in 2002 UAE, Amato, which means ‘beloved’ in Italian, is the brainchild of the much-awarded creative designer Furne One, who partnered with textile expert Rashid Ali, to build this Avant Garde label. From the very first collection, Amato touched a chord with the region’s fashion elite. Inviting UAE’s beautiful women to a style renaissance, Amato broke the glass ceiling through a symphony of style and creativity. Words like ‘inspiring, intriguing and innovative’ are only a few of the compliments showered by Amato’s discerning clientele on Creative Director Furne One.

Aureliana

Aureliana is a fashion designer brand which creates fantastical fashion for modern-day heroines who need a wardrobe that enchants and empowers. The designer design not only clothes, but fantasies for a modern woman – her style is ethereal, yet strong, her other-worldly outfits and unique beauty can light up even the darkest room. Aureliana draws its inspiration from a mixture of literature, arts and fashion to create items that are both opulent and escapist, and bound to take you on a faraway land where all your fashion fantasies will come true. Because Aureliana turns your fashion dreams into reality.

FARRAH AND SLOANE

It is all about design. Farrah and Sloane hands free statement clutch bags, evening bags, day to night bags, with fringing, tassels, velvet and hand woven vegan leather.

Museum of Fine Clothing

Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication .” This quote by Leonardo da Vinci perfectly describes the fashion presented in at the store. Geometric shapes and structures strongly influence the interplay between top-notch styles and materials in Eda Güngör’s creations, and her design is characterized by clear lines. The pure white-chiseled walls are reminiscent of a cave interior—a modern ambience for timeless garments.

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