Most Expensive Handbags

Top 10 Most Expensive Handbags

What’s the most expensive handbag in 2018? It’s not a Hermes, but the Mouawad 1001 Nights Diamond Purse at $3.8 million. But Hermes does dominate our list. Here’s a quick look at the most expensive handbags of 2018:

  1. Mouawad 1001 Nights Diamond Purse – $3.8 Million
  2. Hermes Kelly Rose Gold – $2 Million
  3. Hermes Birkin Bag by Ginza Tanaka – $1.4 Million
  4. Hermes Chaine’d Ancre Bag – $1.4 Million
  5. Lana Marks Cleopatra Clutch – $400,000
  6. Niloticus Crocodile Himalaya Birkin – $379,000
  7. Chanel “Diamond Forever” Handbag – $261,000
  8. Fuchsia Diamond-Studded Hermes Birkin – $222,000
  9. Hermes Exceptional Collection Shiny Rouge H Porosus Crocodile
    30 cm Birkin Bag – $203,150
  10. Blue Crocodile Hermes Birkin Handbag – $150,000

For some women, handbags are more than just a carrying pouch for their personal belongings. Some flaunt it as a means of self-expression, from being used to display their wealth or as a status symbol accessory in showcasing their exuding individuality. A study even showed that women use it instinctively to protect their romantic relationships, prompting them to flash their pricey handbag whenever they feel threatened by another woman.

The more limited and unique the item is, the more costly it retails in the market. This is truer than ever for designer handbags, with luxury brands manufacturing only one to three items with a unique design. This results in highly priced handbags that only the top 1% can afford, with the item being decorated with diamonds and other kinds of jewelries, then later auctioned off for a higher price point.

Despite having a firm understanding of the psychology behind purchasing expensive handbags, it can sound outrageous to justify owning an item that costs more than anything in your material possessions, including your house. However, most experts believe owning the rarest, well-designed and durable bags is a worthwhile investment, with resale prices astronomically rising after several years. With this, it’s worth looking at the most expensive handbags of 2018.

A few years ago, we created a list of the priciest handbags in existence and the ranking has now quickly changed. Once lesser-priced luxury items have now increasing in value due to rarity and uniqueness in design. This is in addition to each top designers trying to outdo each other in a bid to dominate the market.

Without further ado, here they are, ladies…

Top 10 Most Expensive Handbags

10. Blue Crocodile Hermes Birkin Handbag – $150,000

The story behind Hermes Birkin bags is quite simple, with English actress Jane Birkin’s belongings crashing down after her straw bag failed her. The chief executive of Hermes, Jean-Louis Dumas, was with Birkin by chance during the incident, and he was inspired to create unique, fashionable, and sturdy handbags while having a convenient design to help solve women’s struggles. Since then, Hermes Birkins have become one of the most established and recognizable luxury brands sought after by millions of people.

This blue crocodile Hermes Birkin handbag managed to crack our top 10 list, fetching a whopping £125,000 during the first-ever Christie’s dedicated handbag sale in Mayfair, London. With this, it managed to smash European records for priciest handbag sold, Thousands of online bidders tried to get their hands on this Birkin handbag with white gold and 18-karat diamonds, with an anonymous buyer taking this prized possession.

9. Hermes Exceptional Collection Shiny Rouge H Porosus Crocodile
30 cm Birkin Bag – $204,000

The official name of the handbag, Hermes Exceptional Collection Shiny Rouge H Porosus Crocodile 30 cm Birkin Bag with 18K White Gold & Diamond Hardware, fully explains why this handbag remains on the list of priciest handbags mankind has ever seen. This red-colored Birkin Bag broke records several years ago for being the most expensive handbag sold at public auction, with an anonymous collector winning the bidding at Heritage Auctions in Dallas, Texas.

8. Fuchsia Diamond-Studded Hermes Birkin – $222,000

Hermes Birkin bags seem to be in a competition of its own, as it manages to beat its own records for priciest handbags sold. This Fuchsia-colored Hermes Birkin bag will sparkle on your eyes on first sight with its 18-carat white gold and diamonds. This shiny bag fetched a price of $1.72 million Hong Kong dollars during an auction of Christie’s in Hong Kong back in 2015.

7. Chanel “Diamond Forever” Handbag – $260,000

Chanel’s Diamond Forever handbag looks simple and elegant, with its iconic Chanel logos standing out. The Diamond Forever is made out of fine crocodile leather bejeweled with 334 diamonds that weighs 3.56 carats in white gold. The strap made out of an 18-karat gold chain can be detached. Materials aside, rarity is another factor for its high price, as only 13 of these items were created.

6. Niloticus Crocodile Himalaya Birkin – $380,000

Himalaya Birkin bags are expensive for good reason. Not only is it made from Niloticus crocodiles, but it takes tons of hours for the dyeing process alone to lighten the hue of the material. The subtler the coloration, the more difficult it is to craft the bag.The Niloticus Crocodile Himalaya Birkin is designed to evoke images of the majestic Himalayan mountains, which has rich browns from its mountains and white as cloud snow-capped tops. Sprinkle in a few diamonds and you now have one of the most expensive bags the world has ever seen.

The most recent Niloticus Crocodile Himalaya Brikin came with over 240 diamonds encrusted on its 18-karat gold shell. It was sold during an auction at Christies in Hong Kong, beating 2016’s $300,108-priced Himalaya Niloticus Crocodile Diamond Birkin.

5. Lana Marks Cleopatra Clutch – $400,000

The fifth most expensive handbag is a fan-favorite among celebrities parading on the red carpet.  The Lana Marks’ Cleopatra Clutch costs from $100,000 to $400,000. The high price point can be attributed to its rarity, with each year only seeing one new Cleopatra Clutch, and each of them varies in color and design.

To date, Chinese actress and signer Li Bingbing owns the most expensive Cleopatra Clutch, with Lana Marks and stylists specially designing the American alligator leather, which is encrusted with 1,600 white diamonds that amount to a 40 karats, to match her gown. Pink diamonds and pink gold were also used to write down Li Bingbing’s name.

4. Hermes Chaine’d Ancre Bag – $1.4 Million

True to its name, the Hermes Chaine d’ Ancre Bag carries a intricate, prison-like design due to its anchor-shaped chain links which are encrusted with 1,160 pieces of diamonds. The high price can be attributed not only for its expensive materials, but also for being a Pierre Hardy-designed collectible as only three of these were created.

3. Hermes Birkin Bag by Ginza Tanaka – $1.4 Million

With this Birkin bag on hand, you’ll have a handbag with detachable parts that can be worn to accessorize yourself. Designed by Japanese designer Ginza Tanaka, this Hermes Birkin handbag was fashioned from platinum and carries 2,000 diamonds on its outer shell and features a pear-shaped 8-karat stone centerpiece that can be detached to wear as a brooch. If you forgot to bring a bracelet or necklace, simply detach the diamond sling from this Birkin bag and impress everyone with your exquisite jewelries.

2. Hermes Kelly Rose Gold – $2 Million

If you have this item, you no longer need to wear a bracelet to your parties. Crafted to resemble crocodile leather, this stunningly small and luxurious bag made out of solid rose gold was designed in collaboration by Hermes and jeweler Pierce Hardy. This handbag, which comes dotted with 1,160 diamonds, took two years to create and only 12 with three variants were ever created. Think twice if you’re planning to store items in this bag, as it’s only big enough to store a few dollars and credit cards.

1. Mouawad 1001 Nights Diamond Purse – $3.8 Million

 

Mouawad 1001 Nights Diamond Purse is still the priciest handbag in the whole world, with its record remaining untouched in the Guiness Books of World Records since 2011. This is to be expected from the Emirati luxury goods company, which holds five Guinness World Records for some of the most expensive items in the world. This includes the Mouawad 1001 Nights Diamond Purse, a handcrafted 18-karat gold heart-shaped handbag, created by artisans who dedicated 8,800 hours-worth of labor of love. It comes adorned with a total of 4,517 diamonds, comprised of 105 yellow diamonds, 56 pink diamonds, and 4,356 colorless diamonds. This one-off luxury item was put for sale last year at Christie’s auction preview in Hong Kong.

 

Most Expensive Shoes

The 10 Most Expensive Shoes In The World For Women

Cinderella is proof that a new pair of shoes can change a girl’s life.

Totally! Now, imagine wearing the most expensive ones out there. It definitely is life changing. So yes, whoever said this, nailed it. I’m pretty sure, all shoe lovers (read: most women)  will relate to this. And so, while randomly gasping at shoes online, I had the urge to fish out the most expensive ones and add to my wishlist to see if and when I can get to buy at least one of them, if not all. If you are curious to know what those brands are, you are at the right place. Let’s go over this and ogle (shamelessly) and trip on the shoes (See what I did there?). Read on!

World’s Most Expensive Shoes

  1. Miu Miu
  2. Christian Louboutin
  3. Manolo Blahnik
  4. Jimmy Choo
  5. Walter Steiger
  6. Alexander McQueen
  7. Brian Atwood
  8. Stuart Weitzman
  9. Louis Vuitton
  10. Gucci

The 10 Most Expensive Shoes In The World For Women

1. Miu Miu

Not many know that Miuccia Prada conceived the name Miu Miu from the family’s nickname. While Prada offered minimalistic, elegant, and sophisticated designs to their customers, Miu Miu fell on the other side of the spectrum. Miu Miu’s take on fashion was rather rebellious, loud, and eclectic, something that people immediately fell in love with. The brand conceived the concepts of couture, luxury, and feminism, which were anything but mainstream back then. Its strategy, collections, photographs, etc. were bold, staying true to its motto. The shoes from this brand continue to fascinate women to this day.

2. Christian Louboutin

You will recognize a ‘Louboutin’ when you see one. The fascinating part of Louboutin’s story is that he stumbled upon designing shoes by accident. He was expelled from school, and ended up taking up several jobs. He started working as a freelancer shoe designer in the early 80s. After a few years, he started his label. He chanced upon the idea of the revolutionary red soles after seeing his assistant paint her nails red. The shoes soon started gaining popularity. Some of them had dangerously high heels. Even with all the counterfeit issues and the legal battle with YVS over the red soles, Louboutin remains the most sought-after luxury shoe brand all over the world.

3. Manolo Blahnik

Manolo Blahnik is often referred to as the holy man of heels. He firmly believes in the power of heels and hand-makes them with the same level of passion. His designs are authentic, customized, and not mass-produced. When he met Diana Vreeland (in 1968), who was Vogue’s editor-in-chief, he set off on his shoe-making journey. He presented his first shoe collection in 1971, and hasn’t looked back since. His creations have been flaunted on red carpets, movies, and TV shows, and by the biggest names in Hollywood – Manolo Blahnik is the real deal!

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4. Jimmy Choo

From Princess Diana to Carrie Bradshaw, Jimmy Choo has the most loyal and elite customer base in comparison to the other brands. Jimmy Choo was started by Choo Yeang Keat, a Malaysian designer who hails from a family of shoe designers, but none of them took off at this level. He began by designing custom-made shoes, an idea that spread like wildfire. He became ‘the’ designer in a jiffy. From sneakers to pumps, Jimmy Choo has an eye for detail that no one else seems to offer and that’s why his work continues to be a fascination for people of all classes.

5. Walter Steiger

Walter Steiger was a Geneva-based designer who started his brand in 1932 and made shoes with unique materials, creating off-beat designs even for that era. His elder son Walter Steiger Jr took inspiration from his father and took over the family business. Walter Steiger(Jr) opened a boutique in Paris in 1974, which gained massive popularity. He went on to start stores in Milan, London, New York, etc. With traditional craftsmanship, unique techniques, and high-quality materials,  Walter Steiger remains at the top in the made-to-measure luxury footwear sector for both men and women.

6. Alexander Mcqueen

Alexander McQueen is more like the coming of age luxury brands founded about 25 years ago. However, with the kind of eccentric designs McQueen offered, it gained popularity rather quickly. Alexander McQueen started off as a designer in Givenchy and became the chief designer within no time. He got out and started a brand under his name, designing stuff like no other. People say that only if you have a taste like Lady Gaga, you will connect to such outlandish accessories, but that’s not true. Just a pair of his shoes can set you apart and is worth the investment.

7. Brian Atwood

“Freedom lies in being bold.” Brian Atwood started his brand with this philosophy and strongly believes that you should never really compromise with anything you do. Brian Atwood was one of those few designers who were hired directly by Versace in Italy. His successful stint urged him to explore this further. That’s how he started one under his name in 2001 and set off on a high note. He always believed that footwear could be the deal breaker for an outfit, but never knew he would actually start designing them until Versace assigned him to the role. His brand went on to become not just the most sought-after shoe brand, but a label that is a strong contender in the luxury segment.

8. Stuart Weitzman

Stuart Weitzman started his career by designing shoes for his father’s shoe store called ‘Seymour Shoes,’ in Massachusetts. He took a break to pursue his education at Wharton School, then came back to join the family business. However, the company was soon sold off to a Spain company because of his father’s demise. But, he continued to design for the company for twenty years and repurchased it in 1994. His shoes started gaining popularity and soon became a thing on the red carpets. The most popular were the platinum shoes and diamond studded ones, which were worth more than a million dollars. He holds a record for making the most expensive shoes – worth 3 million dollars. The materials he uses and the designs are rare, unique, and not something you find everywhere. Stuart Weitzman was taken over by Coach a few years ago, but Weitzman was retained as the chief designer for the brand.

9. Louis Vuitton

A name that needs no introduction! It is a brand the elite swear by, and not just for handbags, luggage bags, accessories, and apparel, but shoes too. The brand is over 150 years old, but has only been growing consistently. Louis Vuitton or LV is a classic example of classy designs that give you a luxury outlook, unlike most big brands.

10. Gucci

Gucci, an Italian brand based out of Florence is a staple for the elite. It is known for its impeccable quality and exclusively designed luxury leather goods – from handbags and luggage to bags and shoes. Guccio Gucci created a niche by playing with details and experimenting with materials that were otherwise not known. That’s why the horsebit detail of the legendary Gucci loafers was a substantial hit, and it still remains as one of the most talked about shoes in the industry. Just like many of the other luxury brands, Gucci has spread its wings into retailing apart from having its flagship and exclusive stores. Even after ninety years, it continues to stay innovative and is always in the forefront.

My guess is, you already checked out at least a couple of their online collections, and some of them are already a part of your wishlist. And that, my friend, is the power of (new) shoes! Always remember – keep your head, standards, and heels high (and it’s even better if the heels belong to one of the most expensive shoes made in the world!

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by Pratima Ati

Article found on www.stylecraze.com

Most Expensive Clothing Brands

Top 10 Most Expensive Clothing Brands In The World

Top 10 Most Expensive Clothing Brands In The World

Did you know that the global apparel industry is valued at 3 trillion dollars (according to Mckinsey’s Global fashion index) while the luxury clothing industry is estimated at 300 billion dollars? *Excuse me while I pick up my jaw off the floor.

“The Devil Wears Prada” introduced me to the world of fashion and who-is-who of it. I guess it’s the case for most kids of our time, rather all of us who knew nothing about the big names in the fashion industry. Apart from falling in love with Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway, my interest grew, and so I wanted to learn all about most expensive brands in clothing and accessories. Ok fine, I will probably also confess that for a good six months my life’s aim was to become an haute-couture designer (also a word I learned around that time).

On a serious note, it is fascinating to learn about these big brands, when it all started and how they went on to become what they are today. Interesting right? Follow me along, and we will see what these brands are!

World’s Most Expensive Clothing Brands

  1. Chanel
  2. Burberry
  3. Hermes
  4. Prada
  5. Gucci
  6. Dior
  7. Dolce & Gabbana
  8. Ralph Lauren
  9. Versace
  10. Giorgio Armani

Top 10 Most Expensive Clothing Brands In The World

1. Chanel

Most expensive clothing brands

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Coco Chanel’s journey is nothing short of epic and legendary, which is what the brand is too. Brands with incredible stories like these are worth the tag and the price they come with. Chanel had a unique talent of reading what the world needed and making clothes accordingly. And, her designs are relevant to this day. The revolutionary little black dress (LBD) remains the must-have most priced possession in every girl’s closet. Not to forget the ‘Chanel No. 5’ perfume, which was one of its kind. Chanel was one of the very first revolutionaries who believed that luxury has to be comfortable, otherwise, it’s not really luxury!

The brand to this day continues to be at the forefront of luxury and premium brands for not just apparel but accessories too. Chanel’s brand value is a whopping 7 billion dollars owned by the grandsons of Pierre Wertheimer, who was the earliest business partner with Coco Chanel; while Karl Lagerfeld continues to be the creative director for over three decades now.

2. Burberry

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It’s been around for over a century and is probably the oldest fashion brands in the World. Thomas Burberry started this store in 1856 in Basingstoke, England, and slowly blurred boundaries. The latest additions to the brand are Burberry London and Burberry Prorsum.

The signature checkered khaki and plaid jacket is the first thing we relate to when we say Burberry. It was designed for the military and then gained popularity amongst civilians too. The design went on to become such a hit, that it’s now part of every single piece of apparel and accessory in one way or another. With an estimated brand worth $3.4 billion, only their customers understand what Burberry is.

3. Hermes

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Hermes as a brand has been around for over 200 years now. They first started in the 18th century as a label making leather harnesses, saddles, etc. and then slowly ventured into retail after Charles-Emile Hermes took charge. Adolphe and Emile-Maurice then took over from their father Hermes and got into the business of making clothes for men, women, and children.

Hermes is the epitome of sophistication and class with everything they make, be it bags, shoes, perfumes, apparel or even interiors for the house. Just like a lot of other companies Hermes saw their share of ups and downs in business. However, they weathered all storms and continued to be a sought-after premium brand, serving the elite. With a revenue of $5 billion, Hermes has come a long way and, that’s why they say that you don’t create a multi billion dollar empire overnight.

4. Prada

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Miuccia Prada born in 1949, a Ph.D student in political science and a former member and activist in the Italy’s communist party is the current owner of Prada. She was the most unassuming heir of Mario Prada’s elite brand “Prada” that he started in the year 1913. Muccio took over Prada in the year 1978 when her male cousin who according to her grandfather was expected to take over had no interest in fashion or design. Mario Prada never believed in women, in general, taking up higher positions or never considered that either of his other female grandchildren was capable of doing it.

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Prada was initially into making handbags, travel bags and suitcases for the Italian elite. However, when Miuccia Prada took over, she launched men and women’s ready-to-wear luxury clothing. Prada gained popularity even before this collection took off when she introduced luxury nylon handbags and backpacks without the big choking logos taking over the design element which was the scene with premium brands back then. And, that’s really why this label has always been perceived differently by their loyal customers. Patricio Bertelli, her then boyfriend and now husband helped Prada in taking it into different directions and finally opening her first flagship store in 1986. Prada eventually went public in Hong Kong and slowly opened stores world over. The company’s net worth is an estimated $2.4 billion dollars and continues to be one of the most sought-after luxury clothing brands across the world.

5. Gucci

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Guccio Gucci first started “Gucci” in the 19th century. It is considered to be the most successful Italian brands in the world right now. Guccio, who worked in Paris as an immigrant hotel worker, was fascinated with the premium handbags, leather handbags customers would bring and envisioned a business model based on the idea. He then went back to Florence, his hometown and started Gucci during the Second World War-2. His sons joined him later and helped him expand business in Milan, Rome, etc.

Gucci’s symbol got them a lot of attention, and Hollywood stars flying out of Italy started posing with these bags. That’s how they penetrated into the US markets slowly. Gucci then opened their first store in New York in 1956 and eventually in the other big cities in the United States. Dawn Mello took over the company in 1989 after the company went through turbulent times with passing of Gucci Mello. He got Tom Ford onboard as the creative director to up their apparel and accessories game. Gucci went on to sign a lot of partnership and contractual deals with other big Italian and Americans brands. According to Forbes, Gucci is the 38th most valued brand in the world with a brand value of$12.4 billion and sales close to $5 billion, and this speaks for itself.

6. Dior

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Christian Dior famously known as ‘Dior’ started as a premium brand designing haute-couture for women in 1946. They later expanded into ‘Baby Dior’ for children and ‘Dior Homme’ for men. Dior was one of the very first brands to present their full-fledged collection at their residence which was also their flagship store on 30 Avenue Montaigne Paris. He presented his collections named ‘Corolle’ and ‘Huit’ with 90 different looks which were soon called ‘New Looks’ by Harper’s Bazaar. In 1947 Dior got into manufacturing perfumes with their first one named after his sister ‘Miss Dior.’

Christian Dior soon hit the American markets and expanded their brand into other segments like makeup, perfumes, accessories, and of course remained top contenders in the ready-to-wear and haute-couture segments with an estimated brand value of $43 billion

7. Dolce And Gabbana

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Dolce&Gabbana is relatively new when compared to the other big old names in the luxury brands. It started in the year 1985 by Domenico Dolce, and Stefano Gabbana and was steadfast in gaining popularity. They went on to tie up with a firm in Japan to launch their collections who exported clothes to the USA and that eventually catapulted them into the American economy.

Dolce & Gabbana started knitwear collections in 1987, and two separate lines of lingerie and swimwear which were a big hit too. Their clothes were a big hit amongst Hollywood actresses and wearing this label was considered a status symbol. They eventually got into making perfumes and succeeded by launching some of the best fragrances out there. Dolce & Gabbana’s revenue worth $1.4 billion speaks volumes about the brand.

8. Ralph Lauren

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From serving the Army to becoming a salesman and now part of the ‘World’s Richest Men List,’ Ralph Lauren had a lot of firsts associated with his name. Soon after quitting his job in the army, Ralph Lauren joined the Brooks Brothers as a salesman and became the best of their lot This evoked an interest in him who then went on to make ties for men. He convinced the management to let him open his own line. Bloomingdale’s approved his first venture of making exclusive men’s collection and is the first time they let their space for a designer’s boutique.

Ralph Lauren then launched his corporation in 1971 with a Polo emblem and launched collar T-Shirts with the logo near the chest which till date are a rage. Lauren opened other labels like Ralph Lauren Black, Ralph Lauren Polo, etc. They are into perfumes, accessories, men, and women luxury plus ready-to-wear segments. Ralph Lauren is also a hot favorite in the red carpet and his famous costumes for the cast of the movie ‘The Great Gatsby.’ The corporation’s net value is estimated at a whopping $5 billion as we speak.

9. Versace

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Gianni Versace is an Italian, who comes from a family of designers. His introduction into fashion happened quite early because of his mother who was into the dressmaking business. Fashion and designing clothes came to him inherently, as he started working for his mother right after his high school. He later moved out to Milan and started freelancing. Eventually, he began his label ‘Versace’ in the year 1978 and launched his first ready-to-wear collection. Versace always worked with his brother and sister who helped him in expanding horizons.

Versace launched his first couture collection in 1989 and subsequently two other labels called ‘Versus’ and ‘Instante.’ He was also the very first designer who understood the importance of a Hollywood star or a supermodel presenting collections. They slowly moved into accessories, perfumes, swimwear, etc and built an empire worth $800 million in less than a decade. Ironically Versace was murdered by a serial killer in 1997 right outside his house in South Beach, Florida. His sister took over the reigns of Versace ever since and the brand has been nothing but unstoppable with a brand value of $5.8 billion.

10. Giorgio Armani

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Giorgio Armani is nothing but sheer sophistication, and if you see someone wearing the label in any capacity, you know that they belong to the cream of the society. Armani started the ‘Giorgio Armani Corporation’ in the year 1978 in Milan. However, his fashion journey began in 1958 where he worked with different Italian brands designing exclusive men’s wear. His fashion stint helped him build a strong network within the industry, which compelled him to open a brand of his own.

Giorgio Armani signed an agreement with L’oreal, and that propelled them towards making perfumes. Around this time they expanded into Armani Jeans, Armani Kids, Emporio Armani. They have close to 2000 stores in Europe, USA and across the world. Over the years Armani continued to increase their market share consistently, and with an estimated brand sales of over $3 billion, there’s no looking back.

So, here ends our list of the most expensive clothing brands in the world. Burberry trench coat, a Chanel handbag, Versace gown and a suit from Giorgio Armani have forever been part of my checklist. Let’s see how many I get to tick and when. Which one is your favorite popular clothing brands from this list and also what does your checklist look like? Let us know by dropping in a text in the comment section below!

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October 30, 2017 by Pratima Ati

Article found on www.stylecraze.com