If Valentino is ostentatious and Dolce %26 Gabbana is glamorous, then the House of Versace – in the best possible way – can only be described as brazen and audacious. Founded in 1971 by Massimo Osti, C. Missoni is the master of Italian knitwear and a truly iconic Italian brand that has a very special aesthetic. Versace on the red carpet is a mainstay today and for good reason, bordering on kitsch and is always full of fascino (glamor).
The company’s affinity for technical style for clean tailoring has created a niche for it both in Italy and in international menswear.
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Gucci founded his luggage label after being inspired by the luxurious lifestyles of the people he met while working in the Paris and London hotel industry. The name Giorgio Armani is certainly a label that needs no introduction. He immediately conjures up images of razor-sharp black suits, smooth leather goods and the tasteful extravagance that only Italian clothing brands can create. As a result of its strong commercial success, the brand has grown in recent years and has ensured that it secures its place as one of the largest luxury players in modern spaces. The jewel in his crown was the Mille Miglia jacket, a motorsport-inspired design that features a pair of lenses sewn into the hood and are still in production today.