Today’s modern woman enjoys the contemporary style while appreciating the timelessness of a brand’s yesteryear. There is no short of up-to-date excellence when it comes to the top designer brands – even if they were established over 100 years ago.
The beautiful part of today’s luxury brands is that there is something for everyone. Brands like Chanel and Victoria Beckham exude classic style, whereas designer brands such as Off-White and Vetements appreciate current urban fashion.
Some of these classic designer brands like Hermès and Louis Vuitton originated in the 1800s but have evolved to present-day ideas. Others, such as recently-established Stella McCartney, embrace modern philosophies of anti-fur and organic fabrics.
And the fashion world is constantly expanding: with luxury brands initially rising from France, Spain, England, and Italy and later America, top designer brands are now being originated in Australia, as seen with Zimmermann, and by Artists of Color such as with Alexander Wang and Off-White’s Virgil Abloh.
The world of fashion has also begun to question what luxury is. We can see that not only in the products that are created, such as iPhone cases but also brands they collaborate with, such as Fiat, H&M, and even Ikea.
These top designer brands for women are becoming accessible to the masses in new ways, just as ready-to-wear designs changed the acquisition of luxury brands in the mid-1900s. As the idea of top designer brands is constantly evolving, it is great for every woman to know these brands to put on their holiday wish lists and keep an eye out in the new year and years to come.
1. Alexander McQueen
The Alexander McQueen label was established in 1992 by Lee Alexander McQueen, who combined his Saville Row experience with abstract shapes and emotional, raw energy. In the early years, this fashion brand was known for its shock tactics and controversy, including his “bumster trousers” that barely covered the buttocks.
Today, one of the top designer brands for women, Alexander McQueen is known for its punky streetwear and graphic designs, as seen with the less-expensive line, McQ that was launched in 2006. Shop for the latest from Alexander McQueen at the brand’s official website, Net-a-Porter, Farfetch, Forward or My Theresa!
2. Alexander Wang
Alexander Wang originally created his eponymous fashion label in 2005, which focused on a knitwear collection, and in 2007 his first women’s line was shown on the catwalk. Since 2008, Alexander Wang has won numerous awards, including the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund, which helped expand his brand.
Today, this designer brand is inspired by New York City nightlife and street culture with a focus on American sportswear and staples created of modern materials, such as leather and denim. Understated colors with bold patterns and shades also make this brand bloom. Check out the latest Alexander Wang designs on Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch or Nordstrom!
In 1917, Cristóbal Balenciaga opened his first store in San Sebastián, Spain, and the royal family and aristocracy wore his designs. When the Spanish Civil War erupted in the 1930s, Balenciaga fled and opened a Paris shop that acquired acclaim. It was not until after World War II that Balenciaga was able to expand his designer brand.
The luxury fashion house played with linear and sleek lines and focused on heavy fabrics, complex embroidery patterns, and bold materials. Today, the brand is owned by French multinational company Kering and focuses on oversized and dad-inspired fashions, as well as couture-meets-street designs. Find the new Balenciaga designs at Balenciaga, Net-a-Porter, Nordstrom, My Theresa, Farfetch or Forward!
Pierre Alexandre Claudius Balmain opened his French fashion house in 1945 and focused on the popular post-war fashion trend of bell-shaped skirts with small waists. Balmain focused on internationally promoting his collections early on and became a favorite of celebrities, including Katharine Hepburn and Marlene Dietrich. Today, one of the top designer brands, Balmain keeps the nipped-in waist tradition alive but also focuses on lavish details, such as gold medallions, re-designed logo, and tassels. Get your new Balmain pieces at Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa or Nordstrom!
Hugo Boss established his designer brand in 1924 and originally designed general purpose clothing in Germany. During World War II, the brand created the uniforms for the German army. Once the war ended, and Hugo Boss died, his son-in-law took ownership of the company and created work uniforms before focusing on men’s suits. Today, one of the top designer brands for business ladies, the fashion house continues to focus on simple, classic designs through business attire and athleisure wear. Shop for Boss at Hugo Boss, Farfetch or Nordstrom!
6. Bottega Veneta
Named “Venetian Shop” in Italian, Bottega Veneta was created in 1966 in Vicenza, Italy. The fashion house made leather goods and invented intrecciato, a leather weave design that is still used over fifty years later. The Italian brand prefers to focus on the creation of the product rather than the use of logos with their iconic shoes, handbags, and ready-to-wear products.
Bottega Veneta is one of the most coveted designer brands for women, especially when it comes to investing in statement accessories. Find the new Bottega Veneta additions at Bottega Veneta, Net-a-Porter, Nordstrom, My Theresa, Farfetch or Forward!
Thomas Burberry had been a draper’s apprentice before turning to creating outdoor attire, opening a shop in Basingstoke, Hampshire, England, in 1856. The water-resistant fabric gabardine was introduced in 1879, which helped to develop a name for the brand’s trench coats.
One of the top designer brands, Burberry focuses on quintessential British style that can be seen in its classic Burberry check pattern that graces anything and everything from scarves to bags to shoes. Creative Director Riccardo Tisci has recently brought on some new additions, including a new logo and a Thomas Burberry monogram. You can check out the latest Burberry collections at Burberry, Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa or Nordstrom.
8. Calvin Klein
American Calvin Richard Klein opened a coat shop in the York Hotel in New York City in 1968. By the mid-1970s, his designer jeans with his name on the back pocket created a top trend, and in the 1980s, the designer brand helped to change the men’s underwear market. Today the brand is continually known for its men’s underwear but also for its casual workwear with a minimal aesthetic. Calvin Klein also currently focuses on perfume, jewelry, home furnishing, and more. Find the newest from Calvin Klein at Calvin Klein, Farfetch or Nordstrom!
Céline Vipiana and her husband, Richard, opened Céline in 1945 in Paris to focus on made-to-measure children’s shoes. By 1960, the designer brand was refocused to create ready-to-wear sportswear and leather goods, including bags, loafers, and gloves, and by 1964, the trench coat was one of their most popular products. The LVMH group purchased the company in 1987. Today, Céline continues to produce leather goods under the direction of Hedi Slimane. The luxury brand’s traditional style was swapped for one inspired by youth culture and indie rock. Shop for Céline at Farfetch or Nordstrom!
Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel opened a millinery shop in 1909 in Paris, and by 1913, she began to create ready-to-wear sports clothes for women using jersey cloth. During the 1920s, Chanel helped popularize the simple-line silhouette of the “flat-chested” designs, the Chanel suit, the No. 5 perfume, and masculine colors, including gray and navy blue. Today, one of the most iconic designer brands for women, Chanel is still known for its “little black dress,” No. 5 perfume, and its classic wear. Check out the newest Chanel pieces at Chanel or Farfetch!
Chloé was founded in 1952 by Gaby Aghion, a Parisian of Egyptian-Jewish background, who also coined the term “prêt-à-porter” or ready-to-wear. Aghion embraced the idea of feminine, body-conscious clothes in contrast to the stiff formality of 1950s fashion. One of the freshest designer brands for women, today, Chloé is inspired by the 1970s silhouettes, effortlessly cool, romantic and refined designs. The latest Chloé designs can be found at Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa, and Nordstrom.
12. Christian Dior
Christian Dior created his namesake company in 1946, and in 1947, he released his first fashion collection, which was widely acclaimed and called the “New Look.” The collection embraced the feminine shape and full-skirted look, keeping some masculine influences from World War II. This collection has been credited with reviving the fashion industry and bringing back haute couture to France.
Today, Dior is owned by LVMH and is also composed of Dior Homme and baby Dior divisions. In the 21st century, Dior is known for its formal and minimalist, but also romantic style, continuing to challenge modern-day conventions. Check out the newest Dior pieces at Farfetch or Forward!
13. Dolce & Gabbana
Dolce & Gabbana was formed in 1985 by Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. It was not until their fourth collection that they embraced Dolce’s Sicilian roots and impacted the Italian fashion market. This designer brand has branched out to knitwear, lingerie, and beachwear lines and has teamed up with celebrities, including Madonna, Duran Duran, Beyoncé, and Whitney Houston. Today, the fashion house continues to embrace their Italian heritage, especially Sicilian influences, vibrant prints, and eclectic designs. The newest from Dolce & Gabbana can be found online at Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa, and Nordstrom.
The House of Fendi was established in Rome in 1925 as a fur and leather goods luxury brand. The family brand grew, and in 1965, Karl Lagerfeld became the creative director who helped launch the women’s ready-to-wear line in 1977. Fendi joined the LVMH group in 2001, and while the company still uses fur, it has experimented with faux fur materials in some of its more recent runway collections.
One of the top Italian designer brands, Fendi combines quirky style with fine fabrics for a variety of playful products, including shoes, leather goods, timepieces, and more. You can check out the latest Fendi collections at Fendi, Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa or Nordstrom.
15. Giambattista Valli
Giambattista Valli established his namesake brand in 2005 after working for Roberto Capucci, Fendi, and as Creative Director of Emanuel Ungaro. This designer brand focuses on leather goods, accessories such as shoes, bags, and jewelry, and ready-to-wear pieces. Known for his feminine ruffles and floral prints, Giambattista Valli embraces the idea of luxury for the young, modern, international generation. This fashion house even collaborated with H&M in 2019 to promote easily-accessible Haute Couture. Buy your favorite Giambattista Valli pieces online at Net-a-Porter, Farfetch, My Theresa or Nordstrom!
16. Giorgio Armani
Giorgio Armani created his namesake brand in 1975 in Milan, and a men’s and women’s ready-to-wear line was released shortly after. This luxury brand drastically grew in the 1980s due to Armani’s use of unconventional advertising with the Emporio line, including television spots and billboard ads. He also created the costumes for over 100 films, including American Gigolo and The Untouchables. No doubt, one of the most elegant designer brands for women, Armani is still known for its suits and formal wear, especially within the business sector. Check out the newest from Armani at Armani, Farfetch or Nordstrom!
Hubert de Givenchy established Givenchy in 1952 in Paris and began creating blouses and skirts using raw cotton, which achieved critical acclaim. During the 1950s through the 1970s, Givenchy teamed up with Audrey Hepburn to create her clothes on and off the screen, including Hepburn’s famous black dress and wide-brimmed hat in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Clare Waight Keller, the designer of Meghan Markle’s wedding dress, is currently the house’s Creative Director. Today, the luxury brand is owned by LVMH and blurs the line between traditional and modern dressing. Find the latest Givenchy collections at Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa or Nordstrom!
Guccio Gucci developed Gucci in Florence in 1921 after being impressed with the leather luggage goods he saw at the Savoy Hotel in London. The brand created leather goods in the Florentine style. The family expanded to Milan and Rome shortly after. Gucci is known for its interlocked double-G logo and its use of red and green stripes.
Under the creative direction of Alessandro Michele, this fashion house is one of the most-discussed designer brands on social media and has partnered with brands like Fiat and The Walt Disney Company. Gucci’s newest fashions retail at Gucci, Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa, and Nordstrom.
Hermès started in 1837 in Paris, where Thierry Hermès created high-quality wrought iron harnesses and bridles for carriages. It was not until the 1920s that Hermès added accessories and clothing collections, and during the 1930s, the iconic bag, which would later be known as the Kelly bag after Grace Kelly, as well as the square-shaped Hermès scarves. Today, one of the most luxurious designer brands for women, Hermès is known for its leather goods, including the Birkin bag and its traditional ready-to-wear line. The latest in Hermès can be purchased from Forward, Farfetch or Nordstrom.
20. Isabel Marant
Isabel Marant initially launched her eponymous brand under the name “Twen” in 1990 before renaming it in 1994. The French fashion house is known for its high-street shoes, and cool, casual Parisian wear. Today, Isabel Marant is one of the top designer brands for its fashionable, yet effortless and bohemian collections that are easy to wear from day till night. Find the newest Isabel Marant fashions online at Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa or Nordstrom!
When Jeanne Lanvin was asked to recreate the clothes she made for her daughter for wealthy patron’s children, the house of Lanvin was founded in 1889. During the 1920s, Lanvin expanded to create home decor, menswear, furs, lingerie, and perfume, including “My Sin.” Today, the luxury brand includes items inspired by Parisian minimalism with bold, modern designs, as seen on clothing, shoes, and accessories. Get your Lanvin staples online at Farfetch or Nordstrom!
Loewe initially was formed in 1846 in Madrid by Spanish leather craftsmen who passed down their leather-making traditions, but it wasn’t until 1876 that German craftsman Enrique Loewe Roessberg joined them and inspired the name. The luxury Spanish fashion house would later expand beyond leather goods for classic ready-to-wear clothing and home design.
One of the most acclaimed designer brands for women, Loewe is known for its artisanal, modern handmade designs with influences from the contemporary art and craft world. You can purchase some cool Loewe designs online at Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa or Nordstrom.
23. Louis Vuitton
Louis Vuitton was founded by Louis Vuitton Malletier in 1854 in Paris, which would become one of the world’s most valuable luxury designer brands, globally recognized for its LV monogram. He started off creating flat-topped trunks made with Trianon canvas that allowed for stackability. By the end of the Victorian era, the house’s world-renowned monogram canvas was introduced along with patterns featuring quatrefoils and flowers.
By WWI, the brand became one of the largest travel-goods stores at the time. In 1987, Louis Vuitton helped create luxury goods conglomerate LVMH with Moët et Chandon and Hennessy brands. Today, Louis Vuitton is still cherished for its exquisite leather goods, especially handbags, but also Creative Director Nicolas Ghesquière’s avant-garde ready-to-wear creations. Some rare Louis Vuitton finds are available online at Farfetch.
24. Maison Margiela
Maison Margiela was established by Belgian fashion designer Martin Margiela in 1988 in Paris. This designer brand’s style originated with a deconstructed look that was to shock the fashion world from its fashion to its use of black white labels to signify the brand.
Margiela wanted to return the focus of fashion from the people behind it back to the clothes, as seen with his anonymity when it came to interviews and no-photo policy. One of the most innovative designer brands of the modern fashion world, Maison Margiela is still known for its unique deconstructed designs but with romantic, classic twists. Maison Margiela fashions are available online at Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa, and Nordstrom.
25. Mansur Gavriel
Mansur Gavriel was created by Rachel Mansur and Floriana Gavriel in New York City in 2012. The brand initially focused on Italian-made designer handbags but has expanded to footwear, ready-to-wear, and men’s accessories over the last couple of years. Mansur Gavriel offers hand-painted monogramming for personalization of its soft leather or suede shoes and accessories.
Especially praised for its minimalist bucket bags and mules, Mansur Gavriel is one of the top designer brands to shop from, if minimalist, embellishment-free timeless designer pieces are your cup of tea. Find the crisp Mansur Gavriel designs online at Mansur Gavriel, Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa or Nordstrom!
26. Marc Jacobs
Marc Jacobs established his eponymous fashion label in 1984 in New York City to spice up the fashion industry with his unique, couture-like craftsmanship. Always trying to create a beautiful mix between the unexpected and the extraordinary with the everyday, the fashion house creates ready-to-wear, accessories, perfume, and makeup with a focus on humanitarianism and social entrepreneurship. One of the top designer brands for women, Marc Jacobs is known for its bright, playful designs and its 1980s inspiration. The newest from Marc Jacobs can be found at Marc Jacobs, Net-a-Porter, Farfetch, My Theresa, and Nordstrom.
Marni was created in 1994 in Milan by Swiss designer Consuelo Castiglioni, soon becoming one of the top Italian designer brands to celebrate individuality and fashion creativity by mixing innovative prints, colors, materials, and shapes. This avant-garde fashion house embraces quirky elegance through its ready-to-wear and accessories. Shop for Marni at Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa or Nordstrom!
28. Max Mara
Max Mara was established in 1951 by Achille Maramotti, using “Mara” from his surname and “Max” from Count Max, a local stylish character. Maramotti understood early on that the future of fashion was mass-produced, high-quality clothing that could be available to the consumers. Especially praised for its timeless coats and wardrobe classics, this Italian designer brand is known for its Italian craftsmanship, sophisticated designs, and neutral color palettes. Buy your Max Mara fashions from Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa or Nordstrom!
29. Michael Kors
Michael Kors launched his namesake women’s collection in 1981 at Bergdorf Goodman after their fashion director, Dawn Mello, asked Kors to show his work to Bergdorf Goodman’s buyers. However, by 1993, KORS Michael Kors closed, and the business went bankrupt. After working with a couple of other brands for a few years, he relaunched the brand in 1997.
Today, one of the top American designer brands, Michael Kors is known for its effortless ready-to-wear, shoes, bags, accessories, cosmetics, and more in a classic, modern design. The latest Michael Kors collections are available online at Michael Kors, Net-a-Porter, Farfetch, and Nordstrom.
30. Miu Miu
Miuccia Prada created Miu Miu, a subsidiary of Prada, in 1993. The brand is named after her family nickname and is headquartered in Paris. One of the most youthful designer brands for women, Miu Miu focuses on ready-to-wear fashion and accessories, known for its avant-garde designs with playful rebellious inspiration and historical references. Shop for Miu Miu at Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa or Nordstrom!
Franco Moschino established Moschino in 1983 to create an innovative, colorful, and eccentric brand that would be fun and would carry a message. This quirky brand is based in Milan and consists of several labels, including Moschino, Moschino Cheap and Chic, and Love Moschino.
The Creative Director of the brand, Jeremy Scott continues delivering funky, tongue-in-cheek designs, utilizing large graphics, witty slogans, bright colors, and bold patterns, often inspired by the fast-food world or Barbie dolls. Moschino is undoubtedly one of the unique streetwear designer brands for women that want to stand out from the crowd instantly. You can find Moschino for sale at Net-a-Porter, Farfetch, and Nordstrom.
Off-White was created in Milan in 2012 by the American creative mind, Virgil Abloh. The DJ, architect, and designer established this luxury streetwear brand to produce modern and stylized work that features items like quotation marks, zip ties, and its four-way arrows that create a cross. This contemporary luxury brand embraces urban designs and graffiti prints and combines them with fine silks and velvets. One of the industry’s most exciting designer brands, Off-White is here to help its customers embrace the now and the original. Shop for Off-White at Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa or Nordstrom!
33. Oscar de la Renta
Dominican-born Óscar Arístides Renta Fiallo founded Oscar de la Renta in 1965 in New York City after working for Balenciaga and Elizabeth Arden. This high-end fashion brand’s work is known for its opulent ornamentation, casual luxury, and modern, feminine look with great attention to details. Praised for its beautiful evening gowns and wedding dresses, often worn by celebrities like Amal Clooney, Oscar de la Renta is one of the top designer brands with a classic style, infused with bright colors and bold prints. You can find their newest offerings at Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa, and Nordstrom.
Mario Prada established Prada in 1913 in Milan as a luxury leather shop. His granddaughter, Miuccia Prada, would join in 1970 and take the lead of the fashion house in 1978. In 1988, Prada showcased its first womenswear show and would later add a menswear line in 1993. One of the world’s most iconic luxury designer brands, Prada is known for its clean lines, luxurious fabrics, and cult accessories, including chic bags and thin belts. Today, Prada continues breaking the rules with classic, fun designs inspired by art and society. Get your Prada at Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa or Nordstrom!
35. Saint Laurent
One of the world’s most prominent designer brands of all time, Saint Laurent was established by Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé in 1961. YSL broke the stereotypes by creating the famous Le Smoking tuxedo specifically for women in 1966, and by being the first to popularize ready-to-wear back in 1966.
Over the years, Saint Laurent has expanded to include ready-to-wear fashion, shoes, jewelry, beauty, and fragrances. The house is known for its signature French glamour, and its iconic logo gracing a variety of accessories along with cool, iconic designs. Shop for Saint Laurent at Saint Laurent, Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa or Nordstrom!
36. Salvatore Ferragamo
Salvatore Ferragamo founded his brand in 1927 in Florence to create shoes for women. Previously, Salvatore Ferragamo had studied shoemaking for a year in Naples, and anatomy at the University of Southern California to understand why shoes hurt the foot. In 1938, Ferragamo created “The Rainbow” platform shoe, the first of its kind using cork and suede, for Judy Garland in honor of The Wizard of Oz. Ferragamo also created the “cage heel” and “Vara” pumps.
Today, the luxury brand is still known for its iconic shoes but also its contemporary womenswear. You can find Salvatore Ferragamo fashions online at Net-a-Porter, Farfetch, My Theresa, and Nordstrom.
37. Stella McCartney
Stella McCartney created her eponymous designer brand in 2001 with a focus on ethical and sustainable fashion. The brand is known for ditching fur or leather in favor of recycled and organic materials to create vegan-friendly and cruelty-free clothing. Stella McCartney offers ready-to-wear fashion for women, men, and children, as well as accessories, and fragrances. One of the leading sustainable designer brands, McCartney embraces femininity, confidence, and sharp tailoring with its modern designs. Buy your eco-friendly fashions at Stella McCartney, Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa or Nordstrom!
38. Tom Ford
Tom Ford established his label in 2006 after working for Gucci and Saint Laurent. He wanted to appeal to a cultured and well-traveled customer through his ready-to-wear lines, beauty, eyewear, and accessories. Tom Ford has dressed many a celebrity, including First Lady Michelle Obama, Jennifer Lopez, and Daniel Craig in his last three James Bond movies. Today, the brand is known for its distinctly cut wear with a varied color palette and sophistication. Discover the newest Tom Ford designs online at Net-a-Porter, Farfetch, and Nordstrom.
Valentino Garavani established his namesake brand in Rome in 1960. In the 1960s, the brand would dress clients like Jacqueline Kennedy and later make her wedding gown in 1968. Under the creative direction of Pierpaolo Piccioli, Valentino continues to be one of the top designer brands with excellent Italian fashion expertise.
Known for classic Italian fashions with extraordinary details, romantic color interpretations, craftsmanship, and fine materials, the designs of the luxury fashion house are the dream of every modern woman. Valentino’s romantic pieces are available online at Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa, and Nordstrom.
Versace was originally launched as Gianni Versace Donna in 1978 in Milan and named after Gianni Versace, the founder. Later after his death, sister Donatella Versace took the lead of the house’s creative direction in 1997, evolving its bold feminine aesthetic. The luxury Italian fashion house created fashion pieces for many Rock n’ Roll artists, including Michael Jackson and Elton John.
Versace has made national news for its pieces, such as Elizabeth Hurley’s black dress in 1994, and Jennifer Lopez’s green dress she wore to the Grammy Awards in 2000. One of the most vibrant designer brands for eclectic style pursuers, Versace is known for its opulent designs, metallic embellishments, and more-is-more loud prints. Shop for Versace online at Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa or Nordstrom!
French luxury brand Vetements was established in 2014 by Georgian designer Demna Gvasalia. Inspired by mass culture and today’s youth fashion, the brand likes to focus on clothing that can be immediately worn and not impacted by the season, as can be seen with its line of oversized hoodies, T-shirts, and sporty-chic footwear options. Vetements is one of the high-end streetwear designer brands popularizing ugly-chic fashion that millennials wildly embrace. Pick up your Vetements online at Net-a-Porter, Forward, My Theresa or Nordstrom!
42. Victoria Beckham
English singer-turned-designer Victoria Beckham launched her eponymous line in 2008, quickly becoming one of the most praised designer brands in the industry. Beckham focuses on clean lines and simple, classic designs available in ready-to-wear clothing, but also luxury handmade leather bags, shoes, and accessories. Victoria Beckham vowed that the brand would remain fur-free in 2019. Find your posh style online at Victoria Beckham, Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa or Nordstrom!
Australian luxury brand Zimmermann was created in 1991 by sisters Nicky and Simone Zimmermann in Sydney. The brand has grown to include ready-to-wear, a swim line, children’s clothing, and accessories. Known for its flowing romantic silhouettes and bold floral prints, Zimmermann has grown into one of the top designer brands influencers and celebrities love to wear. You can shop for Zimmermann online at Zimmermann, Net-a-Porter, Forward, Farfetch, My Theresa or Nordstrom.
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