Stella McCartney, Victoria Beckham, see the list here.
Over the years, the industry high fashion bringing out more male designers on the surface. Christian Dior, Versace or Louis Vuitton are some iconic examples fashion worldwide. However, the phenomenon will soon end thanks to the appearance of the women millennials who began to dominate the designer profession. As if following in Coco Chanel’s footsteps, these 5 female designers are ready to beat the radar fashion the world with his phenomenal work. Check who they are in the following Popbela summary.
1. Stella McCartney
One of Popbela’s favorite designers here. Stella, who started her career as an intern at Christian Lacroix, is said to be one of the designers who changed the industry fashion through his fresh and very expressive work. Stella also stands out with her commitment not to use products made from animal skins or fur.
2. Victoria Beckham
The It Lady. Nothing can shift the elegance of Victoria Beckham’s fashion. With the capital of perseverance and original style, Victoria Beckham’s works are increasingly recognized by elite audiences fashion. Before releasing her fashion house in 2011, Victoria struggled for about three years in presentation fashion small scale. The struggle is real, Bela!
3. Maria Grazia Chiuri
This designer went down in history fashion the world as the first woman to occupy the position director Dior fashion house. A well-deserved achievement after a wealth of experience in the industry high fashion. In addition, Chiuri also had a career in the fashion house Valentino for sixteen years. Spectacular!
4. Alessandra Facchinetti
Alessandra developed her career consistently in several fashion houses. Starting from Prada, Miu Miu, and had worked with designer Tom Ford at Gucci for four years. Wow! He then developed the collection ready-to-wear owned by Tod’s for three years and ended in May 2016. For now, Alessandra admits that she is focusing on project-his own.
5. Jenna Lyons
Woman who dresses America. Jenna is a clear example that persistence in pursuing a career will pay off. He started working at the age of 21 as an assistant designer at J.Crew. Slowly but surely, Jenna got promoted in several strategic positions until finally in 2010 she became a president J. Crew.
Everything is inspiring and cool, right, Bela?
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