10. Riccardo Tisci:
Riccardo Tisci is a famous fashion designer from Italy. He completed his studies at the Design Istituto d’Arte Applicata in Cantu, and obtained graduation degree from London’s Central Saint Martins Academy. Riccardo is famous for his marvelous and unique women’s collections. Since 2008, he has presented various men’s collections as well.
9. Pierre Cardin:
Pierre Cardin is a well known Italian-French fashion designer. He is known for the unique geometric shapes and patterns in his costumes. He pays much attention to seasonal outfits, and has brought forward many series like “bubble dress” which he presented in 1954. In 1991, Cardin was selected as “UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador”.
8. Nina Ricci:
Nina Ricci is a famous France-based designer with Italian roots. For many times, she has travelled to America, and other parts of the world. She is into fashion industry for over 10 years. The House of Nina Ricci has emerged quickly since 1930.
7. Emilio Pucci:
Emilio Pucci is another famous fashion designer from Italy. He always brings forth innovative and high-quality costumes for men, women, and children. He made his fashion house after the success of the costume series he designed for the Reed College skiing team.
6. Elio Fiorucci:
Fiorucci is an Italian fashion brand. This brand was founded by Elio Fiorucci in 1967. He was born in Milan in 1935. His father was a shoe shop owner. Initially, Elio had to face a lot of difficulties in his fashion business. He started a shop that had collections of Swinging London and the American classics such as casual wears, and fancy dresses.
5. Roberto Capucci:
Roberto Capucci has created remarkable dresses with original materials. He has given a new turn of innovation to the fashion world of Italy. He has been excelled in fancy dresses for women, casual costumes, and beautiful men’s wears. In July 1970, Capucci showed his collections in a museum of Rome.
4. Mario Prada:
Mario Prada originated various innovative designs in the world world, and laid the foundation of popular fashion brand ‘Prada’. This brand focuses on not only fashion outfits, but also accessories for men and women. In 1914, the company was established by Mario Prada and Martino. The two brothers initiated it as a leather-good shop.
3. Valentino Garavani:
Valentino Garavani has created the ‘Valentino SpA’ company. Valentino started career in 1962 from Florence. He focused much on the collections for women, and his first show at the Pitti Palace was received good feedback.
2. Romeo Gigli:
Romeo Gigli is another famous fashion designer from Italy. He was depicted in the 1980s. He has excelled in presenting stylish and comfortable costumes for men, women, and kids. Every season, his collections are displayed at big fashion outlets and in shows.
1. Guccio Gucci:
He is the founder of ‘The House of Gucci’. He established himself as a well-known fashion designer in Florence in 1921. The brand was initially run as a small leather saddlery store. Then, Guccio started making leather bags, and designed some stunning costumes. He has received worldwide appreciations for his quality and fine designs.
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That difference used to be a huge one, with descriptive names like Snowball and Patches and cat-specific names like Tigger and Tabby dominating the feline arena. Since the year 2000, though, the dog-cat gap has narrowed dramatically. If you look at the top 10 names for male and female cats today, 14 of the 20 are also common human names. For dogs, the number is 15 of 20. The fastest-falling cat name list is packed with names like Whiskers, Tiger and Miss Kitty, while the rising names include Henry, Stella and Zoey. Watch your backs, dogs, the cats are on the move.
Pet Sex Discrimination?
The narrowing cat-dog gap looks like a move toward pet equality, but a new gap is rising -- a gender gap. I was fascinated to see that female pet names are trending human much faster than male pet names. The numbers in the previous paragraph showed that 72.5% of the top pet names are common human names. That turns out to break down to 50% of male names, 95% of female.
Whats more, single-sex pet names are soaring. The fast-falling names are full of unisex classics like Snowball, Lucky, Whiskers, Pepper and Shadow. The fast-rising names names are almost all sex-specific. In fact, for dogs even the hot non -human names are ultra-macho ones like Diesel, Tank and Thor. Apparently, we want to be secure in our dogs masculinity.
Looking Past Looks.