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12 People We Know By Name But Have Rarely Seen In Photos



These personalities are truly known for their work and not their faces and this is precisely why their names became way more viral than their photos did. Do you agree?

Tom Ford

Tom Ford

This American fashion designer has donned many hats. He is also a film director, screenwriter, and film producer. Among his notary works are movies like A Single Man and Nocturnal Animals. He is also famous for his own line of menswear, beauty, eyewear, and accessories that was launched back in 2006.

Christian Louboutin

Christian Louboutin

You say shoes, everyone will say this guys name. Since a young age, Christian loved making shoes and has done so for fashion houses such as Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, and Maud Frizon. It was only when he turned 27 that he decided that he wanted to create his own brand. His quirky style and elegant attitude soon gained him good popularity and that is precisely how he rose to the position that he is in right now!

Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney

She may be born to a famous father, but this woman has carved her niche herself - chisel and all! Stella McCartney designed her first jacket at the age of thirteen. Today she is known for her feminine, soft clothes for which the designer never uses leather or fur, as she is a passionate animals-rights and ecology activist.

Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs

Having studied at Parsons School of Design, this man's visionary, wearable and comfort enducing style has easily made him one of the crowds favorites. Back in 2016, the Council of Fashion Designers of America have announced Marc to be Womenswear Designer of the Year.

Miuccia Prada

Miuccia Prada

Being the heir to the largest fashion conglomerate in the world is no big deal for Miuccia Bianchi Prada. She is not just the best dressed woman in the world (Forbes data), but she is also the head designer of the luxury brand Prada and the founder of its subsidiary Miu Miu.

Vera Wang

Vera Wang

You say Wedding Dresses and the first name to hit your head will be this lady's. An avid figure skater, Vera tried to make it to the US Olympic team and failed, therefore this has prompted her to turn to another passion of hers - fashion. Her career in New York started with being the editor of Vogue. After working there for 17 years, she spent 2 years training at Ralph Lauren. At 40, she was an independent bridal designer. Now, her feminine and fairy-tale-like dresses amassed many fans, including Alicia Keys, Mariah Carey, Victoria Beckham and even the one and only Michelle Obama.

Gianni Versace

Gianni Versace

This international sensation opened his first boutique way back in 1978. From then on his clothes, reflecting the contemporary and pop cultures became an inspiration for many. Elton John, Cher, Sting, Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G are some of the big names that wore his works. After his death, his sister Donatella took over the business. In case you were wondering how this all started, well Gianni's mother was a seamstress, so the boy spent majority of his childhood learning how to sew.

Tommy Hilfiger

Tommy Hilfiger

Born Thomas Jacob Hilfiger, this guy tasted failure pretty early in life. When he was 20 years old, his first business started however, within 5 years he was completely bankrupt. By the age of 28, he once again took a shot at creating his own clothing company, called Tommy Hill. Six years later, he established the Tommy Hilfiger Corporation which was destined to become one of the most recognizable fashion brands in the world.

Giorgio Armani

 Giorgio Armani

Everyone knows this man, however he is usually elusive to the media gaze unless there is a press conference, a party or a event which he is attending. Best known for his clean and tailored lines in the clothes, this Italian paved the path for red-carpet fashion. It is also important to know that Giorgio was the first designer to ban models with a body mass index (BMI) less than 18, after model Ana Carolina Reston starved herself to death.

Donna Karan

Donna Karan

This Queen Of Seventh Avenue has always created easy, wearable and fun clothes. Perhaps the reason why she is equally popular with the working class world citizens as with the big celebrities.Donna was born in Queens, New York and after high school, went to Parsons School of Design. Her feminine, simple style goes a long way!

Calvin Klein

Calvin Klein

Undergarment Fashion - Who would have thought of that? Well, this one did and how! Calvin Klein is a household name, Literally there is not one person who wouldn't know of this guy. If undergarments weren't enough, we today also have perfumes, accessories, and a whole bunch of other products with the brand name on them. What a fashion marvel, this one!

Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood

Having studied fashion and silversmithing at the Harrow School of Art in London, Vivienne Westwood soon came to be known as the Queen of Modern Punk Fashion. Of the many things she is known for, speaking her mind, a varied range of merchandize, her civil rights activism. She is the exact answer to all those who said working-class girl could never make a living in the art world. Thankfully, she made it and introduced the world to her colorful, refreshing and brave designs.



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