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EDELWEISS
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Adresses:

Armenia,Yerevan, Teryan St., Building 54/1 / See on Map
Telephones: +374-10-589349
Fax: +374-10-589349
Email: edelweiss@nushikian.am
Products: Women's, men's clothing and accessories.
Webpage: http://nushikyan.am
About us: Edelweiss prestige boutique offers best quality clothes and accessory products since 1997. During these long years we have proved our reputation of supreme quality boutique with top-class service. Products of onty best brands are represented at our boutique.

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KITON
http://www.kiton.it
History Kitonwas founded in 1968 in Naples, Italy by Ciro Paone. It opened its US$40 million New York flagship and showroom on East 54th Street in 2004,it also opened a shop in London very recently. Like many other fashion brands, Kiton has diversified in recent years to include sportswear, footwear, fragrances, furnishings and a women's collection. Kiton fragrance is a brand of the Estee Lauder Companies, Inc..

Lines The company makes about 18,000 suits per year that usually cost US$5,000 - $15,000 each. They can be ordered bespoke or purchased at a small number of exclusive clothiers. Most suits take approximately 25 hours of labor, with at least 45 tailors contributing to each one.Kiton's most famous suit model is the "K-50", which takes 50 hours to produce, costing up to $50,000.Kiton dress shirts are also hand finished, as are Kiton's seven-fold silk neckties. A strong believer in tailoring by hand, Paone inaugurated a tailor's school in Kiton's factory in an industrial suburb of Naples.

VALENTINO
http://www.valentino.com
History Valentino was founded in 1965 when Garavani opened a sumptuous fashion house on Via Condotti in Rome, Italy with the backing of his father and his father's associate.The entrepreneurial skill of Giancarlo Giammetti, Garavani's business partner and longtime boyfriend, proved fundamental to the worldwide expansion and success of Valentino. When Giammetti arrived, Valentino was in poor financial condition: Garavani's father's associate had pulled out of the business, and the business was nearly bankrupt. Valentino already had a passion for luxury and would spend too much money on expensive fabrics never thinking about the financial aspects of his fashion business. Thanks to Giammetti, Garavani was able to focus on the creative aspect of design leaving all business intricacies to Giammetti.Garavani and Giammetti later started a new company. Under Giammetti's wing Valentino business got under control and things were ready for international success.
LANVIN
http://www.lanvin.com
History Lanvin made such beautiful clothes for her daughter that they began to attract the attention of a number of wealthy people who requested copies for their own children. Soon, Lanvin was making dresses for their mothers, and some of the most famous names in Europe were included in the clientele of her new boutique on the rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris. 1909, Lanvin joined the Syndicat de la Couture, which marked her formal status as a couturière.From 1923, the Lanvin empire included a dye factory in Nanterre. 1920s, Lanvin opened shops devoted to home decor, menswear, furs and lingerie, but her most significant expansion was the creation of Lanvin Parfums SA in 1924 and the introduction of her signature fragrance Arpège in 1927, inspired by the sound of her daughter's practising her scales on the piano. A later perfume, "My Sin," surely has to be one of the most unique fragrances, an animalic-aldehyde based on heliotrope.One of the most influential designers of the 1920s and '30s, Jeanne Lanvin's skilful use of intricate trimmings, virtuoso embroideries and beaded decorations in clear, light, floral colors became a Lanvin trademark.When Lanvin died in 1946, ownership of the firm was ceded to the designer's daughter, who shared management of the firm from 1942 with a cousin and then a fashion-industry expert. Because Marie-Blanche de Polignac was childless when she died in 1958, the ownership of the House of Lanvin went to a cousin, Yves Lanvin. (See Directors and Officers Since Jeanne Lanvin below.)The company has shuttled from here and there, beginning in March 1989 when Britain's Midland Bank bought a stake in the company from the family. The bank brought in Léon Bressler to revamp the firm's faded image. However, February 1990, Midland backed out and sold Lanvin to Orcofi, the French holding company led by the Vuitton family. From Orcofi, 50% of the House of Lanvin was acquired by L'Oréal in 1994, 66% in 1995 and 100% in 1996. Under L'Oréal's diverse umbrella, an array of CEOs who circulate within the French fashion industry directed the company.August 2001, Lanvin, the oldest fashion house still in operation, was taken private again by investor group Harmonie S.A., headed by Mrs. Shaw-Lan Wang, a Taiwanese media magnate. And, October 2001, Alber Elbaz was appointed the Lanvin artistic director for all activities, including interiors, and he has conducted his responsibilities in a highly personal, hands-on manner. 2006, he introduced new packaging for the fashion house, featuring a forget-me-not flower color, Lanvin's favorite shade which she purportedly saw in a Fra Angelico fresco.
BLUMARINE
http://www.blumarine.com
History Blumarine was established by Anna Molinari and Gianpaolo Tarabini in 1977, in the town of Carpi in the province of Modena. The name was inspired by the couple's favourite colour and their love of the sea.In 1980 they made their first appearance at Modit in Milan, where Blumarine was named Designer of the Year, which led to their first show at Milan Fashion Week the following year.The 1986 Milan Fashion Week saw the first collection wholly designed by Anna Molinari.As the brand took off and they started to license it to other companies, Blufin was set up in 1988 to act as a holding company.By 2006 royalties accounted for €5.5m of their income.The first Blumarine boutique was opened in the Via della Spiga, Milan in 1990;the company now sells into more than 1000 retail outlets, of which 55 are own-brand boutiques.
LA PERLA
http://www.laperla.com
History In 1954 Ada Masotti created in Bologna that corselry laboratory which later, under the leadership of her son Alberto Masotti, would become La Perla Group, a leading concern in the field of corsetry and swimwear fashion. Love for details and the art of dressmaking, together with an in-depth knowledge of the female body are just some of the “chromosomes” of La Perla Group. To which we can add special attention dedicated to image and communication, as well as continuous research of the fusion of innovation and tradition. This fascinating path journeying trough sensuality, fashion and custom, naturally led the company to embark on different challenges that today have become acquired realities: from the entrance into the world of men to the creation of the La Perla fragrances and up until the recent introduction of the Pret-a-Porter collection. The La Perla Group collections are today assembled together in the La Perla Show Room in Milan: a 1200m2 of open space dividable into different areas thanks to a structure made up of flowing elements. As well as having its own brands on sale in the best specialized shops and department stores, La Perla Group has also created a chain of boutiques, either directly owned by the company or granted in franchising, which are situated in the main capitals of the world. The Group diffuses its brands by means of a high quality form of international distribution, the pillars of which can be identified as the Branches(Germany, France, Spain, and the USA) and the exclusive importers. La Perla Group is made up of a central unit in which the administrative and financial activities are carried out, whereas the production and commercial activities are carried out within several units that are divided into product areas.
S.T. Dupont
http://www.st-dupont.com
History Simon Tissot-Dupont, the dynasty's founder, was just 25. He was born in Savoy to a family of millers. He was an enterprising and passionate young man who was determined to succeed in Paris.He recruited several talented craftsmen and established a prestigious leather goods workshop. In particular, he manufactured wallets and "maroquins", the attaché-cases of the time, bearing the initials of senior civil servants. He was rapidly successful among Parisian high society.Soon, he became the official supplier to the Magasins du Louvre, which was a reference in the world for luxury accessories at the time.In the beginning of the roaring '20s, André and Lucien Dupont, Simon's sons, started to innovate: they created sumptuous travel cases, produced as one-of-a-kind pieces. In their salons on Rue Dieu in Paris, the Dupont brothers received the cream of international society. Their loyal customers included: the Maharajah of Patiala, who used to make sumptuous gifts to his one hundred or so favorites, Baron Maurice de Rothschild, the Duke of Kent, to name a few. The Duke of Windsor used to advise Lucien Dupont, and Al Capone discreetly dispatched his second-in-command to place an order. Cartier was also a client, for Paris and New York, as was Aspreys in London, since the Dupont travel cases were truly unique. "Strive for more beauty, for greater luxury", said Lucien Dupont. It was the era of euphoria of the years between the two wars, and the intensely creative Arts Deco period.The last travel case, in lavender blue leather, was made in 1947, as a wedding gift for Princess Elisabeth of England, the future Queen. How much did an S.T.Dupont travel case cost? The employees at the time replied: the price of a house.Given the scarcity of raw materials and customers at the beginning of World War II, André Dupont had the idea of using the lighter that was in the travel case of the Maharajah of Patiala. The leather-goods maker applied his gold-smith expertise and in 1941 invented the first pocket petrol lighter. In 1952 the patented, adjustable, gas lighter was a spectacular success.The Ligne 1 model, with a thousand and one variations since its creation is still a best seller. In the 1960's the lighter is a symbol of status and good taste, originating in a seductive gesture, a gift marking the entry into adulthood .owning a "Dupont" was no innocent affair.In the semi-darkness of the discotheques, it was recognizable from the noise it made, the famous metallic "cling", a unique sound, a sign of recognition among the elite and the initiated.
The Brand took its place among the great names of the French luxury market and the lighter become its icon.
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