Italian Fashion

Italy is the home of delicious food, beautiful cars, stunning beaches and a classic sense of fashion.

Italian fashion can be described as being classical and elegant. Famous fashion houses who backup this statement include Armani and Valentino. Armani is known for his simplistic yet incredibly stylish garments which makes any body look sensational. While the house of Valentino is popular for its classical style with modern twists and elegance.

Italy also holds one of the fashion capitals, Milan. This northern Italian city is home to many top designers, including Prada, Moschino and Miu Miu just to name a few. One of the most famous fashion places in Milan is the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, this is where the first ever Prada store was opened in 1913. Today, inside the Galleria you can find many quaint bars and restaurants as well as Louis Vuitton, Dior, Swarovski as well as Prada.

Italy then Have the Wonderfully vibrant side of this Mediterranean fashion from designers such as Dolce & Gabbana and Versace, who are bold, bright and daring. They ooze island life thanks to their strong connections to Sicily, along side a their sensual and classy vibe.

Other well know Italian fashion houses include Fendi, started in the Italian capital city, Rome in the year 1925 by Adele and Edoardo Fendi, and Gucci which was founded four year before fendi, in 1921 in florence.

The list of fashion houses in from this very historical country go on and on. It is safe to say the Italians take pride in the way they dress and see it as a form of art. They love adding all different colours and patterns to garments to convey emotions and design clothing to celebrate women's bodies.