Christian Louboutin, designer of the world's most iconic red sole stiletto.
Luisaviaroma is a luxury shop historically sited since its opening in 1999, in Via Roma, in Florence. It also became one of the largest luxury e-commerce in the world.
Alexander Wang is an American fashion designer and the former creative director of Balenciaga. He is credited for creating the anti-conformist fashion.
Salvatore Ferragamo (1898-1960). Famous Italian shoemaker with 20,000 models and 350 patents. He created multiple iconic luxury women's shoes. Also known as "Shoemaker of the Stars."
Cesare Paciotti was founded in 1948 by Giuseppe and Cecilia Paciotti, in Italy where the company specialized in high quality handmade shoes.
In 1953, Renzo Rossetti, along with his brother Renato, opened their first shoe factory in Parabiago, which later developed into their brand known as Fratelli Rossetti.
Giorgio Armani is an Italian designer, born in Piacenzwas in 1934. He is by far the dominant figure in the extraordinary flourishing of high fashion prêt-à-porter, which spread from Milan throughout the world.
The Italian luxury lifestyle brand created by Ada Masotti in Bologna. La Perla began with handmade lingerie pieces and expanded into beach wear, sleepwear, bags, shoes, and ready-to-wear.
From Mario Prada's gallery shop to today's world-class Miuccia luxury made-to-order Italian fashion group. Read the story and anecdotes of the Prada brand.