4 Interesting facts about our favorite luxury brands.

1. Give thanks to Burberry for the Trench Coat in your closet.


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The one piece that you generally find in most Fashion goers closet is the Trench Coat, the credit for which goes to Thomas Burberry. He developed Gabardine, the texture utilized as a part of most trench coats, in 1880. At first intended to shield warriors from rain on the war zone, it was after the war that the Trench went standard and in the long run turned into a work of art.

2. The First Bomer Jacket was created by yours truly Mr. Giorgio Armani.


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Any Fashionista who knows fashion knows that the Bomer Jacket is a must have for practically every winter. However, did you realize that the classic piece goes back to 1970, when Giorgio Armani planned a progression of calfskin leather Bomer jackets under his own name.

3. The CHANEL bag 22.5


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Who can oppose to the Beauty of the famous Chanel 2.55 double fold bag? This shockingly trendy and adaptable handbag is an all circumstances exemplary, and presumably a standout among the most well known models in the globe. Since the interest for this fashionable bag Increase constantly, it gets more costly every year. Specialists encourage you to get it now and not hold up until one year from now when its cost will Increase much more. Right now, the Chanel 2.55 great medium will cost you $4,900 and will increase over time.

4. Most of the Louis Vuitton Speedy Bags are produced using canvas.


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Louis Vuitton is absolutely altogether different than most of the luxury designers out there. We don’t know why, however this exceptionally prevalent brand is not a major aficionado of cowhide totes. Louis Vuitton has designed a large portion of its LV Speedy Bags from an exceptionally durable and tasteful looking canvas. Louis Vuitton utilizes Leather just to craft the handles and trim of the Speedy purses.

There we have it some of the most interesting facts about our favorite Luxury brands.

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