Everybody loves dressing up, well almost everybody. Fashion is no longer for those who understand it, it is for everybody and the impact it has had on normal lives of people is very clear. People are more conscious of what they wear now and the image they present to the public. You want to look good, and you don’t mind spending a little more on it.
But what if you had to spend a lot more. That’s where luxury fashion brands come in and with progressing time, due to the shift I just mentioned, they are getting more buyers as well. They cost you a ton of money but are unique. Most of the stuff that comes from them are exclusive and that hasn’t changed since the very beginning, but you will have to shell out more, a lot more. So, what are the brands that cut you the deepest?
Oscar de la Renta
The costliest brand in the world is one that few have ever heard of, I surely had not. Oscar de la Renta is a brand named after its founder, renowned designer Oscar de ka Renta. Best known as the man who dressed the First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, he rose to prominence in the 60’s. Now the brand makes some of the most expensive clothes and accessories in the world, that even most rich people will have to think twice before buying.
Unlike the first brand on the list, there not many who do not know the name Chanel. One of the most popular and sought-after brands in the fashion industry, it was found by Coco Chanel in Paris in 1909. It originally started with the launch of Chanel perfumes and the Chanel suit and since then has adapted to changing fashion trends over the last century to make some of the most iconic dresses and designs in the industry.
One of the oldest luxury brands in the world, Hermes is the brainchild of designer Thierry Hermes which he established in 1837 as a saddlery manufacturer. The company which is still controlled by the Hermes family specializes in making high fashion leather bags, ready-to-wear, perfumes, timepieces, home furnishing, Jewellery, and lifestyle accessories and is easily recognised by carriage symbol reminds you of the company’s humble beginnings as a saddlery manufacturer
Louis Vuitton is one of the most easily recognisable brands in the fashion industry. Established in 1854, the French fashion giant creates luxury handbags, ready-to-wear, leather goods, shoes, sunglasses, watches, and jewellery and operates in more than 50 countries with over 500 stores under its name.