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Designer clothing
Designer clothing is luxury clothing. Designer clothing is not always created by the founder of the company. For example, the actual designer of Chanel

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Designer clothing is luxury clothing.

  • 1 Brands
  • 2 Designer jeans
  • 3 References
  • 4 Further reading

Designer clothing is not always created by the founder of the company. For example, the actual designer of Chanel is not its original founder and designer, Gabrielle Chanel, but German designer Karl Lagerfeld. The quality of the clothing and degree of its resemblance, if any, to the designer's work vary considerably depending on the licensee and the terms of the agreement the designer has struck. Some terms may limit the number of garment styles that may be produced, allowing the designer to veto any designs he or she finds unappealing. Examples include:

  • Armani
  • Calvin Klein
  • DSquared2
  • Dior
  • Givenchy
  • Gucci
  • Jean Paul Gaultier
  • Jil Sander
  • Nike
  • Polo Ralph Lauren
  • Philipp Plein
  • Saint Laurent Paris
  • Adidas
  • Tommy Hilfiger
  • Versace

This licensing of designer names was pioneered by designers like Pierre Cardin in the 1960s and has been a common practice within the fashion industry from about the 1970s.[1]

Designer jeans Customers shopping at the Armani Jeans store in the Hong Kong Central IFC Mall. 2012. Facade of the Pepe Jeans boutique in Belfast, Northern Ireland. 2009. A shop named CONS Jeans in the Albanian city of Shkodra. 2008. The interior of the JC Jeans and Clothes boutique in Stockholm, Sweden. 2011.

Designer jeans are available at many different price points usually at several hundreds of dollars, with some even approaching $1,000 USD.[citation needed]. Before the "Great Recession," premium denim was one of the fastest growing categories of the apparel business, and there seemed to be no limit to what customers would pay for the latest label, fit, finish, or wash.[2]

Americans bought $13.8 billion USD of men's and women's jeans in the year ended April 30, 2011, according to market-research firm NPD Group. But only about 1% of jeans sold in the U.S. over that year cost more than $50.[3] Since the "Great Recession," the landscape for premium jeans has changed: “Charging $600 for jeans for no reason at all — those days are over,” said You Nguyen, the senior vice president of women’s merchandising and design for Levi Strauss & Company.[2]

The difference between the $300 jeans and the $30 jeans often has to do with the fabric quality, hardware, washes, design details, abrasions, and where they are manufactured. A "fancy" pair of jeans that has been treated with abrasions, extra washes, etc., to break the denim down to achieve a texture has undergone a certain amount of damage to get the 'worn in' feel. In this sense, the expensive jeans may be more delicate than the cheap ones. Jeans brands also try to stand out from season to season by using patented materials, such as rivets and stitching, and by using special washes and distressing methods. These might involve dying, pressing, and even using sandpaper and drills on the raw jeans. These methods can be particularly expensive when done in the U.S., where factories must meet more stringent environmental and labor standards than in many low-cost nations.[3]

To be produced domestically (in the United States), jeans have to be priced at "$200-plus," says Shelda Hartwell-Hale, a vice president at Directives West, an L.A.-based division of fashion consulting firm Doneger Group.[3] The profit margins on premium jeans can be substantial. One retail executive says his gross profit margins for private-label jeans, which he makes for Wal-Mart Stores Inc., Sears Holdings Corp., and other retailers, are less than 20%, whereas the margins for his own premium lines are 40%-to-50%.[3]

  1. ^ Walker, Myra. "Pierre Cardin". Retrieved 7 June 2018. 
  2. ^ a b Wilson, Eric|| "Preshrunk Prices", October 28, 2009.
  3. ^ a b c d Binkley, Christina|| "How Can Jeans Cost $300?", July 7, 2011
Further reading
  • Agins, Terry, The End of Fashion: How Marketing Changed the Clothing Business Forever, Harper Paperbacks: 2000.
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Designer labels
  • Etienne Aigner
  • Akris
  • Armani
  • Max Azria
  • Victoria Beckham
  • Laura Biagiotti
  • Manolo Blahnik
  • Ozwald Boateng
  • Tory Burch
  • Ally Capellino
  • Cavalli
  • Jimmy Choo
  • Kenneth Cole
  • Brunello Cucinelli
  • S. T. Dupont
  • Dolce & Gabbana
  • Adolfo Domínguez
  • Dean and Dan Caten
  • Escada
  • Fendi
  • Fiorucci
  • Tom Ford
  • Diane von Fürstenberg
  • Jean Paul Gaultier
  • August Getty Atelier
  • Daniel Hechter
  • Herrera
  • Tommy Hilfiger
  • Marc Jacobs
  • Donna Karan
  • Calvin Klein
  • Michael Kors
  • Lacroix
  • Lacoste
  • Karl Lagerfeld
  • Helmut Lang
  • Lardini
  • Guy Laroche
  • Ralph Lauren
  • Judith Leiber
  • Nanette Lepore
  • Monique Lhuillier
  • Phillip Lim
  • Dan Liu
  • Christian Louboutin
  • Léo Marciano
  • Maison Margiela
  • Lana Marks
  • Stella McCartney
  • Carlos Miele
  • Issey Miyake
  • Missoni
  • Moschino
  • Mouawad
  • Thierry Mugler
  • Mulberry
  • Maria Pinto
  • Zac Posen
  • Prada
  • Emilio Pucci
  • Paco Rabanne
  • Billy Reid
  • Sonia Rykiel
  • Elie Saab
  • SabyaSachi
  • Proenza Schouler
  • Paul Smith
  • Kate Spade
  • Anna Sui
  • Elie Tahari
  • Valentino
  • Giambattista Valli
  • Kris Van Assche
  • John Varvatos
  • Viktor & Rolf
  • Monica Vinader
  • Alexander Wang
  • Vera Wang
  • Vivienne Westwood
  • Jason Wu
  • Wooyoungmi
  • Giuseppe Zanotti
  • Rachel Zoe

Calvin Klein Men's Cotton Classics Multipack Boxer Briefs
Calvin Klein Men's Cotton Classics Multipack Boxer Briefs
Cotton boxer briefs multipack, classic fit with updated elastic for extra comfortable leg openings and a soft, breathable, durable cotton blend waistband with iconic Calvin Klein logo. 3-pack.

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Levi's Men's 501 Original-Fit Jean
Levi's Men's 501 Original-Fit Jean
A cultural icon. Worn by generations, defining style for decades. Since Levi's invented it in 1873, the 501 Original has been a blank canvas for self-expression. An iconic straight fit with the signature button fly and an authentic look and feel. With no added stretch, the 501 Original sits at the waist and is regular through the thigh with a straight leg. Can be worn with a clean rolled hem or full length, whichever you prefer. For a classic all-American look, pair with a Levi’s Trucker Jacket and a simple crewneck tee.

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Levi's Men's 511 Slim Fit Jean
Levi's Men's 511 Slim Fit Jean
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Hanes Men's Ecosmart Fleece Sweatshirt
Hanes Men's Ecosmart Fleece Sweatshirt
Now this medium weight 7.8-o fleece sweatshirt is even better, because it is made with up to 5 percent polyester created from recycled plastic.

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Levi's Men's 541 Athletic Taper Fit Jean
Levi's Men's 541 Athletic Taper Fit Jean
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Wantdo Men's Mountain Waterproof Ski Jacket Windproof Rain Jacket
Wantdo Men's Mountain Waterproof Ski Jacket Windproof Rain Jacket
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PRETTYGARDEN Women's Warm Long Sleeves Oblique Button Neck Splice Geometric Pattern Fleece Pullover Coat Sweatshirts Outwear
PRETTYGARDEN Women's Warm Long Sleeves Oblique Button Neck Splice Geometric Pattern Fleece Pullover Coat Sweatshirts Outwear
Design: Different materials splicing, very cool to wear, is such a must-have for those carefree days! Occasion: Daily wear, Office,School,Sports,Travel,party,Night out,etc. Garment Care: Hand Wash, Hang dry Size Chart: Size S-----Bust 96cm/37.80'''-----Back Length 68cm/26.77''-----Sleeves Length 70cm/27.56'' Size M-----Bust 101cm/39.76''-----Back Length 69cm/27.17'' -----Sleeves Length 71cm/27.95'' Size L-----Bust 106cm/41.73''-----Back Length 70cm/27.56''-----Sleeves Length 72cm/28.35'' Size XL-----Bust 111cm/43.7''-----Back Length 71cm/27.95''-----Sleeves Length 73cm/28.74''

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Calvin Klein Women's Modern Cotton Bralette
Calvin Klein Women's Modern Cotton Bralette
An updated classic, this unlined cotton bralette features an elastic bra band with repeating, iconic Calvin Klein logo.

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Gloria Vanderbilt Women's Amanda Classic Tapered Jean
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With over 22 million Amanda jeans sold you know this must be jean perfection.  Tapered leg five pocket denim jean, that is contoured through hip and thigh and hits at natural waist line, for that comfort fit you've come to love and that fabric who's quality is second to none.  The Amanda jean will follow your curves and stretch with you no matter your activity from day to night.  

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