Fashion Database

  • Agatha
    city : Rio de Janeiro
    website_url : http://www.agatha.com.br/
  • Agatha Paris
    city : Paris
    about : The high-end French costume jewellery label Agatha was started up in 1974 and today boasts a range of accessories amongst its creations. Agatha�s glamorous jewellery lines bring together a beautiful array of gold, silver, rhinestone and pearls. Women of all ages enjoy the brand�s range of necklaces, earrings, rings and pendants. As iconic as this French jewellery is, Agatha has also become known for its ranges of accessories. Drop into one of the 45 Agatha boutiques worldwide and you�ll be able to peruse hair clips, pens, wristwatches and watch-keyrings as well as fine pieces of jewellery. Agatha stands tall as the leading label of French costume jewellery and its international reputation for sophistication and refinement will continue to grow year-by-year.
    website_url : http://www.agatha.fr
  • Agatha Ruiz de la Prada
    city : Madrid
    about : The world was introduced to Agatha Ruiz de la Prada�s very first collection back in 1981 and the Spanish baroness also launched her first studio-store in the early 80s, in Madrid. It was in 1986 that Agatha�s first collective show took place, in France. In the same year, the former Barcelona Fashion Institute student also started designing various accessories, such as espadrilles and tights. She went on to take part in the Madrid fashion week Pasarela Cibeles in 1988, for the first time ever, and also showcased her collection at Milan�s Fashion Show that year. Following this early success, the 12th Marquise of Castelldosrius went on to license her trademark, starting from 1992. From then on, manufacturers were authorized to produce, distribute, market and sell products bearing the Agatha Ruiz de la Prada trademark in Spain and abroad�both within the European Union and across the rest of the world. Networks of local representatives sell her products. Agatha entered a collaboration agreement with El Corte Ingl�s department stores in 1995, allowing the retail outlets to sell a collection of her children�s wear. This was followed up by further ranges of womenswear, fashion jewellery, tablecloths and many other colourful products. Her first men and women's sleepwear range was presented in 1997, at the Gaudi fashion show. She also launched her second perfume and created a ceramics collection for Pamesa, as well as a line of chairs for Amat 3. The Spaniard also took part in a Washington fashion show. The following year, Agatha presented the fashion show entitled Canarias, Para�so de las Flores (The Canaries, the Flower Paradise) at the Louvre's Carrousel, as well as her wall tile bride's dress at the VIAM (Valencia Institute of Modern Art). She continued to make a splash in interior decorating and also created her first stationery, leather goods and bag collections. The Madrid-born designer has attended all editions of Pitti Imagine Bimbo, in Florence, since 2000. Here, she is the sole non-Italian designer to showcase her creations on the catwalk, also presenting her children�s collections at the event. In 2001 Agatha started designing new product lines for the children's market, such as babycare and layette items, fancy dress and toys. She revealed her first collections of baby clothes and footwear, women's and girl's footwear and aromatic candles in the following year. Also in 2002, Agatha unveiled her first ever collections of menswear, presenting them at the Gaud� Fashion Show in Barcelona. To this day, the designer continues to commercialize new and original product lines, such as paddle rackets, sticking plaster, pet accessories, fans and gold and silver articles. Agatha has stores in Porto, Milan, Madrid, Barcelona and Paris and her products are now also for sale in Latin America and Korea. Her New York store is temporarily closed at present, but is scheduled to re-open shortly. Since the turn of the century, major cities such as Madrid, Bordeaux, Majorca and Las Palmas have welcomed Agatha Ruiz de la Prada's itinerant retrospective exhibition.
    website_url : http://www.agatharuizdelaprada.com
  • Agathe Saint Girons
    city : Paris
    about : Agathe Saint-Girons opened her first studio in Montreuil on the outskirts of Paris in September 1992.
    website_url : http://www.astg.org
  • Agave Denim
    city : Los Angeles
    about : The Agave Denim Company was created by friends, artisans and passionate people who stand for courage, integrity and full self-expression and who continue to represent the brand to this day. The California lifestyle brand is the brainchild of owner and designer Jeff Shafer, who in 2002 started to develop it in his mind. Shafer�s steady passion for denim drove his aspiration to design and produce the best-tailored, highest-quality denim jeans available on the market. The end creations of his dream are Agave Denim jeans, a line of denimwear known for its superior, glove-like fit. The brand�s jeans are sewn and hand-finished, with each pair of jeans created from 100% ring-spun cotton denim cloth. Master tailors cut the denim from perfectly-tailored patterns and, finally, hand treatments and wash processes are added, giving each pair of jeans a unique colour and finish. All Agave Denim jeans are manufactured in its California factory.
    website_url : http://www.agavedenim.com
  • Agence Emme
    city : Vancouver
    about : Agence Emme is a boutique agency based out of Vancouver, BC. Their management has been at the forefront of developing careers in Fashion & Film locally and internationally. Emme's modelling division has placed models in such markets as London, Paris, Milan, and Asia, works side by side with some of the World's Top Agencies, and continues to introduce new faces to the scene. With the steady success of Vancouver's Film Industry, their actors come from backgrounds of all parts of the world making sure they keep a versatile and diverse roster.
    website_url : http://www.agenceemme.com
  • Agence Plus
    city : Paris
    website_url : http://www.agenceplus.fr
  • Agence Presse Model Management
    city : Tokyo
    about : Agence Presse is a high quality modeling agency featuring models ranging from Japanese to foreign with new faces as well as internationally successful ones whose fields range from fashion shows, fashion magazines, catalogues and TV commercials. They constantly search for new models, based on our policy of focusing on a small group of models in order to promote sophistication and the growth of professionalism and uniqueness in each model. Another of their strong points is that the information we send out is always detailed and will get to you fast. They focus not only on the quality of their models, but also on maintaining the ability to provide concrete services quickly.
    website_url : http://www.agencepresse.com
  • Agence TEEN
    city : Paris
    website_url : http://teen.fr/
  • Agency Infernal
    city : Warsaw
    about :   The Polish Model Agency Infernal represents over 200 women and 100 men dealing with fashion and photo sessions. Their models successfully operate on international markets. The agency has been operating in Poland since 2011 and thanks to this, it has gained extensive experience in recruiting and providing models and models.
    website_url : https://www.agencjainfernal.pl/
  • Agent Models
    city : Leeds
    about : Agent Models is the liveliest modeling & promotional agency in the UK. A.M. and Promotions represent an array of staff, including models and promotional staff, both male and female, for photographic shoots, promotional and hospitality work. They supply staff for TV and film extra work, dancers and specialist fitting models. Their books are filled with stunning and successful models and promotional staff. However, with such a large model-base, only a small selection can be shown on their website, although any of your special requirements can be fulfilled upon contact with A.M. They have worked hard to build a team of talented and reliable staff. This includes working alongside skilled photographers and make-up artists whose services are available to both clients and models. A.M. has an impressive and diverse client base, and frequently wins new clients and business due to their reputation and fantastic model base. The repeat business they win is testament to this. Agent Models have a vast, quality network of models and promotional persons throughout the UK, including Glasgow, Edinburgh, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Middlesbrough, Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Stoke-on-Trent, Nottingham, Leicester, Birmingham, Coventry, Norwich, Central & outer London areas, Cardiff, Bristol, Southhampton, Portsmouth and Plymouth. Their office in Central Leeds, just south of Harrogate International Centre and Yorkshire Event Centre, regularly supply promotional and hospitality staff for large exhibitions and conferences. Whereas their Birmingham branch provides staff to the NEC, central Birmingham and Birmingham airport.
    website_url : http://www.agent-models.com
  • Agent Provocateur
    city : London
    about : The British lingerie retailer Agent Provocateur was started in 1994 by Joseph Corré, son of Vivienne Westwood, and his now ex-wife Serena Rees. Their first store was launched that year in London's Soho district, on Broadwick Street in 1994. The couple’s aim was to sell high-end lingerie. Rees had grown tired of seeing women wear dull underwear and had the idea to found a lingerie shop packed with bright and trendy undergarments. The pair’s initial objective was to offer the finest lingerie from across the globe. As they were unable to locate enough of what they liked, they made the decision to found their very own brand. Rees and Corré crafted a strict confidentiality agreement in order to protect their clients. The celebrity community has been warmly receptive to the brand since its inception and as a result the company uses celebrity models for the majority of its advertising campaigns. Following Corré and Rees' 2007 divorce, the private equity house 3i bought Agent Provocateur for £60m. The company is presently run by chief executive Garry Hogarth. In the wake of the takeover, the brand spread into 13 countries, with more than 30 stores. The cost of expansion led to the company’s profits dropping 18pc to £2.2m by March 2008.
    website_url : http://www.agentprovocateur.com
  • Agi & Sam
    city : London
    website_url : http://www.agiandsam.com
  • Agilit�
    city : Sao Paulo
    website_url : http://www.agilitafashion.com.br
  • AGL – Attilio Giusti Leombruni
    city : Milan
    website_url : http://www.attiliogiustileombruni.com
  • Agmes
    city : New York
  • Agnelle
    city : Paris
    about : For four generations in Saint-Junien in the Haute-Vienne region, the tradition of making gloves has been passed from generation to generation at Ganterie Agnelle. It�s no wonder that today Ganterie Agnelle is a real benchmark of tradition, luxury and exception, distributed in the best shops and department stores in the world. For years, Agnelle has also been quietly working with couturiers and designers to realize their most outlandish creations. But it�s also a company turned toward tomorrow, under the direction of Sophie Gr�goire. Since 1986, this great-granddaughter of the founder has campaigned on all fronts to make the glove a peerless fashion accessory. Some seventy years after its creation, Agnelle is one of the best-known French glove brands. The Agnelle collections are distributed through five hundred doors in France, including department stores Le Bon March� and Galeries Lafayette, in Paris and nationwide. Outside France, roughly two hundred sales points are divided between fifteen countries. In parallel, the collaborations with luxury brands, couture houses and talented designers continue to prosper. From Jean Paul Gaultier to John Galliano, via Christian Dior, Lanvin, Francesco Smalto, Celine, Nina Ricci, Guy Laroche, Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Kenzo, Marith�&Fran�ois Girbaud, Marc Jacobs, Agn�s b, Bensimon, Isabel Marant, Roger Vivier, Avril Gau, Barbara Bui: each turns to the talents of the Agnelle glove makers to create gloves that, on a catwalk, in an advert, or in a magazine editorial, will be an outfit�s key accessories.
    website_url : http://www.agnelle.com
  • Agnes B.
    city : Paris
    about : The brand agnes b is the creation of Agns Trouble, a French designer who opened her first store in the early seventies in Paris.
    website_url : http://www.agnesb.com
  • Agnona
    city : Milan
    about : In 1999 The Ermenegilso Zegna Group reached an agreement to take control of Lanerie Agnona Spa of Borgosesia – Italy. Agnona is one of the most exclusive brands of prestigious textile and clothing items in the world. Thants to its original experience in the manufacture of precious fabrics used regularly for the collections of some of the most important stylists in fashion, this company has been manufacturing its own ready-to-wear women’s, men’s and knitwear collections since the 70s. The Company was founded at the beginning of the 50s on the basis of a business project by Francesco Ilorini Mo, in order to reach the highest segment of the market for women’s clothing fabric; Ermenegildo Zegna believed in the project since the beginning and supported its initial phases. Eccentric and innovative, he discovered the pleasure of respecting the raw materials and shaping them in a style that was simple and natural. He developed a preferential relationship with the most important woolgrowers in the world and always achieved unmistakable quality: superfine wools in Australia, alpaca in Peru, cashmere and camelhair in Tibet and China. Since 1994 Agnona has been one of the three members of the International Vicua Consortium, thanks to which it, and only two other members in the world, have the worldwide exclusive on the production and sale of that invaluable fibre. At the Borgosesia facility in Italy, every stage of the procedure is entrusted to specialist departments where technology and craftsmanship work hand in hand. A production that can count on the direct acquisition of the raw materials, on its conversion into precious fabrics, and on garments with a modern style, close attention to detail, and exceptional finish. Very soon, thanks to the significant creative and technical contribution given by Francesco Ilorini Mo and his Family, the Company made a name for itself on the international market with its valuable fabrics such as cashmere, alpaca, camel-hair, extra-fine wool and, more recently, vicuña. Agnona Spa, as Zegna, is a vertical integrated company going from raw material to the final customer. Today Agnona's windows look on to the international shopping streets of Milan, Florence, Venice and Porto Cervo, and the most important airports - Milan Malpensa and Venice Marco Polo - in Tokyo, Shanghai and Seoul, in the dedicated areas of the most prestigious department stores - Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus and Harrod's - as well as in the best speciality stores in the world's principal markets. The Company’s turnover for 1997 was 67 billion liras (40 million US$) mainly accounted for in Japan and USA, where Agnona also owns a number of shops. The Company employs worldwide around 270 people. Alberto Ilorini, son of the Company’s founder, will continue to be the Chairman of the Agnona Board of Directors, with responsibilities for products and image. Paolo Zegna - co-managing director, with his cousin Gildo, of the Ermenegildo Zegna Group - stated that "the purpose of this move is to have Agnona's business remain autonomous from Zegna, in order to pay full respect to its brand". The Zegna Group turnover is expected to be, for 1998, 880 billion liras (530 million US$). Between 1993 and 1997 it doubled its sales, of which 80% are currently made up by foreign markets.
    website_url : http://www.agnona.com
  • Agogoa
    city : Milan
    website_url : http://www.agogoa.com/