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Starting out as a small boutique line in 2000, AG Adriano Goldschmied has since become synonymous with great quality, design and state-of-the-art washes. The ultimate goal for any denim brand is to create jeans with genuine vintage appeal, while maintaining a modern silhouette and authentic washes. AG has secured its foothold as a visionary leader in the denim category with the addition of their ‘AG-ed Vintage’ collection. The AG brand is dedicated to the continued development of the brand and a commitment to the Made in the USA label.  
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Cristóbal Balenciaga opened his first boutique in San Sebastián, Spain in 1918, which expanded to include branches in Madrid and Barcelona. The Spanish royal family and the aristocracy wore his designs, but when the Spanish Civil War forced him to close his stores, Balenciaga moved to Paris. Balenciaga opened his Paris couture house on Avenue George V in August 1937, and his first runway show featured designs heavily influenced by the Spanish Renaissance. Balenciagas success in Paris was nearly immediate. Within two years, the French press lauded him as a revolutionary, and his designs were highly sought-after. Carmel Snow, the editor of Harpers Bazaar was an early champion of his designs Customers risked their safety to travel to Europe during World War II to see Balenciagas clothing. During this period, he was noted for hissquare coat,with sleeves cut in a single piece with the yoke, and for his designs with black (or black and brown) lace over bright pink fabric. However, it was not until the post-war years that the full scale of the inventiveness of this highly original designer became evident. His lines became more linear and sleek, diverging from the hourglass shape popularized by Christian Diors New Look The fluidity of his silhouettes enabled him to manipulate the relationship between his clothing and womens bodies. In 1951, he totally transformed the silhouette, broadening the shoulders and removing the waist. In 1955, he designed the tunic dress, which later developed into the chemise dress of 1958. Other contributions in the postwar era included the spherical balloon jacket (1953), the high-waisted baby doll dress (1957), the cocoon coat (1957), the balloon skirt (1957), and the sack dress (1957). In 1959, his work culminated in the Empire line, with high-waisted dresses and coats cut like kimonos. His manipulation of the waist, in particular, contributed to what is considered to be his most important contribution to the world of fashion: a new silhouette for women. In the 1960s, Balenciaga was an innovator in his use of fabrics: he tended toward heavy fabrics, intricate embroidery, and bold materials. His trademarks includedcollars that stood away from the collarbone to give a swanlike appearance and shortened bracelet sleeves. His often spare, sculptural creations—including funnel-shape gowns of stiff duchess satin worn to acclaim by clients such as Pauline de Rothschild, Bunny Mellon, Marella Agnelli, Hope Portocarrero, Gloria Guinness, and Mona von Bismarck—were considered masterworks of haute couture in the 1950s and 1960s. In 1960, he designed the wedding dress for Queen Fabiola of Belgium made of ivory duchess satin trimmed with white mink at the collar and the hips. Jackie Kennedy famously upset John F. Kennedy for buying Balenciagas expensive creations while he was President because he feared that the American public might think the purchases too lavish. Her haute couture bills were eventually discreetly paid by her father-in-law, Joseph Kennedy.[citation needed]
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Bally, the luxury brand synonymous with quality and elegance was founded in Switzerland in 1851. Known for its shoes and accessories as well as ready-to-wear, the collections combine sophisticated style with the highest quality craftsmanship and finest materials, to create an easy elegance. Today Bally has emerged as the longest running global luxury brand in the world, over 155 years, with business continuing to go from strength to strength every year.   GLOBAL LEADER IN LEATHER
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The Barbour story began in 1894 in the Market Place in South Shields. Today the 5th generation family owned business remains in the region, with Barbour’s headquarters located in Simonside, South Shields.  Although it sources products from around the globe, Barbours classic wax jackets are still manufactured by hand in the factory in Simonside with over 100,000 jackets processed via the central, subsidiary and local customer service operations each year. In 2004, Barbour began to work with Lord James Percy, in the design and marketing of its flagship shooting clothing range - the Northumberland range. Technically advanced and highly acclaimed in 2005, the Northumberland Range won the Shooting Industry Award for best clothing product, and more recently, the Linhope 3-in-1 won the Shooting Industry Award for best clothing product, 2008. More recently he was involved, alongside Vice Chairman Helen Barbour, in designing the new Barbour Sporting collection launched for Autumn Winter 2011. Barbour now has 11 of its own retail shops in the UK and a presence in over 40 countries worldwide including the United States, Germany, Holland, Austria, France, Italy, Spain, Argentina, New Zealand and Japan. There are now over 2,000 products across the two seasons and the collections now cater for Men, Ladies and Children. Broadening out from its countrywear roots, today the heritage and lifestyle clothing brand produces clothing that is designed for a full lifestyle wardrobe. As well as jackets and coats, the Barbour wardrobe includes trousers, shirts, socks, knitwear and a range of accessories. Nevertheless, in whichever area the company now operates, it remains true to its core values as a family business which espouses the unique values of the British Countryside and brings the qualities of wit, grit and glamour to its beautifully functional clothing.
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Ben Sherman began in a factory in Brighton, England. In 1963, Ben Sherman came back from America with the idea of creating a shirt, inspired by the style adopted by polo players of the time who used button-downs on their shirts to keep the collars in place whilst riding.  Ben Sherman set about creating his own shirt, taking influence from his fathers work as a tailor and applying to this sportingstaple, he created an icon.   This practical yet sharp looking garment was soon adopted by a set of style leaders back home: the original Ben Sherman shirt legend was born.   The iconic Ben Sherman button-down shirt has been the style staple of a number of youth culture movements for five decades. From 60s mod, to 70s rock, 80s Drawing inspiration from the functional utility of the Scout movement and blending it with the colligate aesthetic of early 60s Americana, Ben Shermans collection for Spring / Summer 2011 offers a blue collar twist on practical preppy.   The collection focuses on the nostalgia of the humble camping trip, evident in the use of compact twills, coated fabrics and purposeful details, designed to function. Key pieces are a smock anorak; a quilted hunting jacket with a shawl collar offers a refreshing take on this wardrobe essential, a traditional dry waxed anorak and the Mod staple of the Harrington jacket offered in waxed, laundered and check options.  Shirting features laundered fabrics and cotton chambrays in an array of bold and colourful options. Madras check, the summer tartan adds life to an offering of traditional ginghams and a reworked Oxford shirt, featuring a micro button-down collar and slimmer silhouette.  The classic chino is given a new fit, bringing this summer staple up-to-date with a relaxed carrot leg shape and a drop-crotch.
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British brand Bench has a rich heritage steeped in music and street culture. Over 21 years, Bench has built a global following for its inspirational lifestyle offer, ensuring renowned leadership in its sector and beyond.   Bench is at the heart of urban fashion culture, inspired by musicians and social innovators. Bench was there first back in the 80s and is still first now – in its attitude and its clothes. Bench. An original.   This season Bench raises the bar in fashion styling intertwined with its iconic handwriting. Menswear offers 4 stories: Secondary Modernist is a crisp range in new silhouettes and fabric combinations with Bauhaus-inspired graphics. Forbidden City looks to utility and urban influences playing on size and shape. Mystery trail has an outdoor theme based on exploration and psychedelic prints. Industrial artisan is a relaxed, grungy look in muted colours. Ladies features 3 themes: Urbanite – a relaxed collection exploring fabric and texture on oversized and cropped silhouettes; Wild Child offers complete individuality with tribal and eclectic looks; Twisted Wonderland is a mystical range with a dark side – grungy florals, unstructured shapes and cheeky slogans. Logos are kept subtle. An inspiring footwear range in leather, canvas and suede complete the trends.
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We make colourful underwear, trendy bags, goodlooking shoes, cool eyewear and great smelling parfumes. This is where we hang out with our fans, listen to your input and show our newest stuff! We are a Swedish company that owns and develops the Björn Borg brand. Our brand is recognized for high-quality products and creative and innovative design, influenced by the sporting heritage associated with the Björn Borg name It all began during the CPH Vision tradeshow in the spring of 2005. Two handsome young guys were wandering down the aisles of the CPH Vision in search of new brands to cooperate with for their newly founded distributing company. Hours later Rolf and Tue hadn’t found anything remotely inspiring and disappointed they went across the street to Carlton’s to have dinner and discuss what brands to focus on for the oncoming season. Several excellent drinks later the guys felt no limits to what they could accomplish; why didn’t they just start their own label instead of distributing brands that just looked like every other brand? This approach would give them an opportunity to design a clothing line exactly as they wanted: Every style had to be a special item and the look has to be fashionable but with a twist of humour. The first international contacts were established from a hotel room during the Bread & Butter tradeshow in Barcelona in January 2006. Italy and The Netherlands came to be the first countries to join the Björkvin family as they were presented to the samples in Barcelona. Björkvin is now represented all over europe. What the future holds is uncertain, but you can be sure you will be surprised every time you encounter a new Björkvin collection. Innovation continues to be the key. Underwear is our core and largest business area.  In addition, the offer includes adjacent products, footwear, and through licensees also bags, fragrances and eyewear.  
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