Calvin Klein

Calvin Klein is the first name in classic American fashion. Launched in 1968 as a small coat collection the company now makes 5 billion dollars annually and sells in hundreds of stores worldwide. By the seventies Klein was designing a hugely successful womenswear line, as well as the iconic denim collection. During the mid nineties the Calvin Klein was not only famous for its designs but for their minimalist advertising campaigns responsible for launching Mark Wahlberg and Kate Moss’ careers. In 2004 Brazilian Calvin Klein protege Francisco Costa took over as creative director. He has maintained the sleek, pared-down Calvin Klein aesthetic; this season look effortlessly chic in Costa’s neutral, fluid designs.