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Anna Sui’s collections take you on a creative journey that is unparalleled in the world of fashion. Mixing vintage styles with her current cultural obsessions, she effortlessly makes hip and exuberant original clothes. https://twitter.com/annasui Anna Sui is known for her commitment to the things that move her. Her devotion to rock and roll makes her clothes perfect for a rock and roll superstar, and her runway soundtrack is one of the most anticipated each season. Her love for shopping has made her an authority on the best shopping in every city, and her passion for interior design created a visually stunning NYC apartment. Following her own inspiration, Anna Sui continues to inspire. She is living her dream. Anna Sui’s collections take you on a creative journey that is unparalleled in the world of fashion. Mixing vintage styles with her current cultural obsessions, she effortlessly makes hip and exuberant original clothes. Whether Anna’s inspiration is Victorian cowboys, Warhol superstars or Finnish textile prints, her depth of cultural knowledge is always apparent. “When I’m interested in something, I want to know everything about it,” she says, “I need to know what’s behind it all. I really enjoy that process.” Anna’s constant search for new ideas and challenges keeps her ahead of her times. She’s a true trendsetter to whom stylists and editors look for direction. The boundless energy and creative ingenuity of her runway presentations always make her shows a high point of New York Fashion Week. The career of Anna Sui is a classic American success story. “You have to focus on your dreams, even if they go beyond common sense. How could this young girl from the suburbs of Detroit become a success in New York? It was always that dream,” she says. Today Anna Sui has over 50 boutiques in eight countries and her collection is sold in 300 stores in over 30 countries. Anna still has the same love of fashion that she did when she was a little girl. At age four, she decided that she would become a designer and started to make her own clothes. She mixed a very serious approach to learning her craft with eccentric ideas, such as vowing to not to wear the same outfit twice in one year. “I was completely obsessed,” she says, “I don’t know how my parents put up with me.” Before the end of her senior high school year, she was accepted to Parsons School of Design in New York. After two years at Parsons, Anna styled with friend Steven Meisel and designed for several sportswear companies before launching her first collection in 1980. Anna Sui’s business continued to grow throughout the 1980s, and in 1991 she premiered her first runway show. The following year she opened her first flagship store on Greene Street in Soho. The boutique’s vibrant mix of black Victorian furniture, purple walls, papier mache dollyheads and rock n’ roll posters closely reflects Anna Sui’s personal decorating style and has been the model for all of her shops. The late 1990s was a time of significant growth for Anna Sui; she embarked upon a hugely successful expansion in the Far East, where she quickly established a huge cult following. She also launched cosmetics, fragrance, shoe and accessory licenses. Her devotion to detail is apparent in every one of her products, which are all intimately connected to her world. Her iconic make-up packaging and fragrance bottle design have even become collectors’ items.
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Discretion, quality, and craftsmanship – Bottega Veneta has created a new standard of luxury since its founding in Vicenza in 1966. Steeped in the traditions of Italy’s master leather craftsmen and long celebrated for its extraordinary leather goods, Bottega Veneta has recently emerged as one of the world’s premier luxury brands. While it continues to grow, the qualities that define it are unchanging: outstanding craftsmanship, innovative design, contemporary functionality, and the highest quality materials. The most recent chapter in Bottega Veneta’s history began in February 2001, when the company was acquired by Gucci Group. Creative Director Tomas Maier came on board in June of that year and presented his first collection, Spring-Summer 2002, to immediate critical acclaim. The company’s famous motto, “When your own initials are enough,” expresses a philosophy of individuality and confidence that now applies to a range of products including women’s and men’s ready-to-wear, fine jewelry, furniture, and more. Description • This Official Facebook page about Bottega Veneta is dedicated to you. You are very welcome to leave comments, links, photos and videos here.However, Bottega Veneta is not responsible for any of the opinions or contents shared by the members of Bottega Veneta page. We will review all contents shared on this page and we will remove any of them that would be against the rules in force on Facebook. • The moderation of the contents on the Bottega Veneta page is done a posteriori. The role of the administrators is to preserve a certain courtesy in the discussions but also to ascertain that no prejudicial, destructive or irrelevant contents may be detrimental to the values that Bottega Veneta conveys. Consequently, the administrators also remove any word that could be against the laws in force. • If a comment or a content should elude our vigilance, don’t hesitate to tell us by clicking on the “Report” mention or by sending us a private message at contact Bottega Veneta. The administrator of this page has the right to delete or modify, without notice: • comments that contain profanity, attacks of any nature, offensive comments directed at any ethnic, religious, sexual or political group • spam content and/or links to external sites • comments that are completely irrelevant with the post in question • comments that promote illegal activities • comments that promote specific products, services or political organizations • comments that violate copyright We kindly ask that you follow these simple rules of behaviour & netiquette: • respect other users, they are people just like you • avoid using words that incite violence, discrimination, obscenity and defamation • avoid writing comments in all caps because in online dialogues it is considered rude and aggressive netiquette  Bottega Veneta has the right to exclude permanently, and/or report to Facebook, users who repeatedly violate these rules; For further
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For more than 30 years, Jean Paul Gaultier has waved the “enfant terrible” flag in French fashion. He is one of those designers whose vivid public persona (like Betsey Johnson’s, say, or even Karl Lagerfeld’s) might approach self-caricature—but also is a formidable marketing force, an invaluable part of the brand. So what is shorthand for Gaultier? Breton stripe, peroxided hair, brilliant tailoring—and a cheeky, cheerful irreverence. It was perfect casting when Vogue dressed the designer as the grinning, inscrutable Cheshire cat in its oft-referenced 2003 “Alice and Wonderland” romp: This, after all, is a man known for wearing a kilt and a broad smile of delight when taking his runway bows.
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