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fashion house

n
(Clothing & Fashion) an establishment in which fashionable clothes are designed, made, and sold
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PESHAWAR -- By The Way, a growing, revolutionary fashion house, has opened store in the cultural and economic hub of Khyber Pakhtunkawa, Peshawar.
MEXICO CITY - The Mexican government has questioned Louis Vuitton's use of a traditional Mexican pattern in the design of a chair, less than a month after it sent a similar letter to another prominent fashion house.
Damac and Roberto Cavalli share a working relationship -- Hussain Sajwani, chairman and founder of Damac Properties, signed an international hospitality agreement with the fashion house last year.
DUBAI: Model sisters Gigi and Bella Hadid took to the runway for Italian fashion house Versace in Milan on Saturday, as the label showed off its mix-and-match Spring/Summer 2020 line.
In particular, Uzbek ikat has become a key element in the collections of the exclusive niche of the Malaysian fashion house Frankitas for the manufacture of bags and accessories.
As Lagerfeld's successor, the designer presented her first solo show for the Parisian fashion house in time for the Cruise 2020 collection.
1 April 2019 - Bankrupt US-based clothing retailer Charlotte Russe Holdings Corp has sold the Charlotte Russe brand and related intellectual property to fashion house YM Inc., the company said.
That is, until she gets the opportunity to do some training in Italy and meets Giada Rosso, a wild Italian, fast driving, hot tempered fashion house maverick that would be her trainer.
And even without a major fashion house attached to the gadget (except Hermes which offers special straps for the smartwatch), the Apple Watch design is not too shabby.
The French fashion house has parted with designer Julie de Libran as artistic director and is looking for a new investor.
German-born Lagerfeld, fondly known as "Kaiser Karl", is revered for turning around the fortunes of the Chanel fashion house in the 1980s, revitalising Fendi and spearheading high street / high fashion collaborations as the first couturier to team up with H&M in 2004.
Known for his trademark white hair, black sunglasses, fingerless gloves and high starched collars, he was the creative director of the French luxury fashion house Chanel (since 1983), as well as creative director of the Italian fur and leather goods fashion house Fendi and his own eponymous fashion label.