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    Gianni Versace Death This historical marker will be placed at the main entrance of the Gianni Versace mansion. This is the perfect spot because the mansion is already recognized as an important place due to the historical background, but no historical markers are present. Gianni Versace was one of the most famous fashion designers in the 80s and 90s. Unfortunately Versace was assassinated by a gunshot in front of his mansion located in South Beach, Miami. Even after his death Versace empire continue to grow, making Versace brand one of the most recognized brands of the fashion world. This historical marker will honor the death of one of the most important persons in the history of the fashion industry. Versace born in Italy,…

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    I chose Business Management as my major in college to have a career in corporate or to own my own business. Maybe years later in college another subject may cause some interest in me but right now my mind is made up. If I choose to get a business, I plan to produce and sale the most authentic clothes, almost similar to famous designer, Gianni Versace. My goal in this area isn 't just to make high sales, but to make others proud, like my family, and to show others that I have come from nothing…

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    Phil Knight is a co-founder of Nike and has been the chairman of the company for almost 50 years he first started making shoes and selling them out of the trunk of his car and now Nike is the most popular brand shoe and with a net worth of “22.3 billion dollars and Knight is the 43rd richest man in the world.” (forbes) Milton Hershey was the founder of Hershey’s chocolate and “built the Lancaster caramel company and when the company shut down he made is first chocolate bar” and also…

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    Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, and Versace are some of the most famous Italian fashion houses that have resonate globally for its luxury goods throughout the last century. Their authenticity in products, differentiation in style, quality of luxury goods and expertise in the field has made them stand out in the fashion industry and led to serve as inspiration source to other designers internationally. The fashion industry evolves to continuously and requires to quickly come up with new trends and ideas…

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    For the purpose of the report, two companies have been analysed belonging to the fashion industry. The companies include Versace and Chanel. These companies are reputed worldwide and have varied customer service policies. Both the companies aim at profit-making objective along with satisfying customers. Based on these, recommendations are stated that highlight the introduction of online shopping in Versace and improving customer service plan in Chanel. Table of Contents Description of the shops…

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    At age 46, Naomi Campbell's striking beauty has changed very little from when she was 15 years-old and discovered by the head of the Synchro Model Agency. Young, but prepared by stage school and ballet studies and two appearances in music videos, Naomi was featured on the cover of British Elle magazine before she was 16 years-old. In just a few years, Naomi became one of the supermodels, walking down the catwalk wearing designs from the top names in fashion, including Isaac Mizrahi and Gianni…

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    He asks him to make a series of portraits of personalities. Yves Saint Laurent, John Galliano, Audrey Hepburn, Gianni Versace and many others posed in front of his camera. The magazine’s editorial vision at that time was to capture these icons in chic places, but Irving Penn hated high society frivolities, prefering simplicity. This is why he would rather photograph them using neutral settings. For him, natural light is essential: it brightens fashion designers’s creations, as well as models.…

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    Companies use the consumers’ general knowledge of Greek mythology and their assumptions about the myths’ plots and characters to sell their products. One of the most notable examples is the prominent Italian fashion company, Versace, whose logo consists of a symbol of Medusa’s head. Versace has one of the most iconic and recognizable logos in the fashion industry and the logo was deliberately chosen in order to represent the company and its products. In Greek mythology, Medusa is a Gorgon known…

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    The Game Of Fashion

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    The sketch is an idea of how you want the outfit to be what colors you want, if you want it short or long. The sketch has to start with the head and the body has to be the same size as the head times 8 so the sketch model has to be tall. Almost all collections have an inspiration or the designer has a muse. For example the well known Italian fashion house of Versace collections are inspired by Ancient Roman and Greek art and architecture, and the founder and designer Gianni Versace used his…

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    saleslady in the American store looked at me without moving from her desk and said that she had no skirt in my size” (Mernissi 208). The saleslady continues to tell the narrator that there is no skirt in her size because she’s too big compared to a size 6. “‘4 and 6 are the norm,’ she went on… ‘Deviant sizes such as the one you need can be bought in special stores” (Mernissi 209). The woman calls the narrator deviant because of her size. This is when the narrator talks about her life in Morocco…

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