Can you name these famous designers?
Test your fashion knowledge.
This designer was born in France, and popularized a sporty and casual chic look, as the feminine standard of style.
Gabrielle Bonheur "Coco" Chanel was a French fashion designer and businesswoman. She is the founder of the Chanel brand, and was credited with liberating women from the constraints of the "corseted silhouette," in the Post World War 1 Era.
This British designer worked as chief designer at Givenchy from 1996 to 2001, before starting his own line. He died by suicide in 2010, at the age of 40
At age 16, McQueen dropped out of school. He found work on Savile Row, a street in London's Mayfair district famous for offering made-to-order men's suits
Known for her over-the-top and whimsical designs, she often ends her fashion shows doing a cartwheel or split.
Johnson entered the New York fashion industry right after college. She had won the Mademoiselle magazine's Guest Editor Contest, which earned her a job with the magazine's art department. A year later, Johnson landed a job as a designer at Paraphernalia, an offbeat New York clothing boutique.
This Italian shoe designer worked with many Hollywood stars in the 1920s. Today his luxury line includes shoes, bags, eyewear, silk accessories, watches, perfumes and a ready-to-wear clothing line.
Ferragamo made his first pair of shoes at age nine, for his sisters confirmation. He quickly learned that this was his passion!
This New York based designer specializes in bridal gowns, and opened a salon in the Carlyle Hotel. She appeared in an episode of Sex And the City, where the characters Charlotte York and Trey MacDougal get married.
Wang was senior fashion editor at Vogue for 15 years and then a design director for Ralph Lauren. She designed her own wedding dress, then opened a bridal boutique and soon launched her own signature collection.
Born in the Dominican Republic, he went to study painting in Spain at the Academy of San Fernando in Madrid at the age of 18, where he began to sketch clothing. He became internationally known in the 1960s as one Jacqueline Kennedy's "dressers."
In 1961, while on vacation in Paris, he was hired for his first real fashion job at Lanvin-Castillo. Within two years, he had moved to New York and joined the American design house of Elizabeth Arden.
This designer originally went to three years of medical school in Milan, before joining the army. He later became acclaimed as the most successful designer of Italian origin.
Giorgio Armani became quite popular in America in the 1980s when his men's 'power suits' appeared frequently on the television series Miami Vice and in the 1980 film American Gigolo, which starred Richard Gere in Armani's signature garb.