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  • Designer Directory

    Ellen Tracy

    Ellen Tracy Pronunciation: EL-lin TRAY-see Starting out as a blouse company, Ellen Tracy later flourished into a full range of classic separates, shoes, eveningwear and accessories company. The line focuses on classic office and night-on-the-town wear for professional and sophisticated women. Look for this line at Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s, and at Off Fifth, Saks Fifth Avenue [...] Read More

    January 1, 2008 by TBF

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    Etro

    Etro Pronunciation: Ae-tro This family run textile and fashion company is known for mixing bold printed fabric (think bright pink paisley on purple background on a piece of jacquard fabric) with clean Italian tailoring (making it one of Kathryn’s favorite fashion lines). Founded in 1968 by Gimmo Etro , the company has replaced Pucci (who [...] Read More

    January 1, 2008 by TBF

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    Fendi

    Fendi Pronunciation: Fen- dee In terms of American pop culture influence, Fendi is right up there with Gucci and Louis Vuitton as the brand most frequently mentioned in rap songs. Established in Italy in 1925 as a handbag shop, Fendi is one of the most influential brands in the history of fashion, if for no [...] Read More

    January 1, 2008 by TBF

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    Feraud, Louis

    Feraud, Louis Pronunciation: Loo-wee Feh-roh French fashion designer Louis Feraud creates sophisticated suits and tailored dresses that err a bit on the traditional side (think Ladies Who Lunch). Feraud started his couture career in 1950 when he opened a couture boutique in Cannes. An instant hit, Feraud made a name for dressing celebrities such as [...] Read More

    January 1, 2008 by TBF

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    Ferragamo, Salvatore

    Ferragamo, Salvatore Pronunciation: Sal- va- tor Ferr-A-ga-mo The King of footwear, Salvatore Ferragamo, has been providing the elite with luxury consumer goods for years. Launching his career in ever-so-wonderful Hollywood, his designs were initially utilized in film productions, like the ruby red slippers he created for Dorothy in the 1939 version of the “Wizard of [...] Read More

    January 1, 2008 by TBF