The list of famous fashion designers is practically endless. From Miuccia Prada to Simon Porte Jacquemus, we’ve covered the most influential designers of the 21st century. One of the most famous designers of all time is none other than Jean-Paul Gaultier. Born in France, Gaultier first developed an interest in clothes from his Grandmother’s closet. He is now best known for her bridal wear, which combines high fashion with affordability. A few of his pieces have earned him the status of rockstars, with the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Kate Winslet, and Kate Middleton requesting them.
Jimmy Choo grew up in Penang, Malaysia, and was introduced to the world of fashion at a very young age. He learned the trade from his father, a cobbler, and started creating his own designs at age eleven. In the 1980’s, he moved to London, and opened his first shop in Hackney. Since then, he has cultivated a worldwide following for his luxurious shoes and handbags. He has been associated with a number of celebrities, including the actress Audrey Hepburn. While his fashion career began with leather, his style quickly shifted to other materials, including denim, jeans, and Lycra. His clothing is extravagant and dramatic, aimed at a confident woman.
Christian Dior – Born in Granville, France, in 1905, the famous fashion designer helped women embrace their natural beauty and embraced changing trends. The iconic “New Look” outline of his women’s clothes revolutionized ladies’ fashion after World War II. John Galliano – the current head of the fashion house in Paris – has continued the legacy of Dior’s legendary fashion house. Today, Dior’s clothes are synonymous with luxury and sophistication, with elegant silhouettes and voluminous embellishments.