Her tweed suits and pillbox hats were loved the world over, especially by fashion icon Jackie O, but when Coco Chanel's empire has come a long way since its infancy. Yet the black edging of this Short Sleeve Dress mirrors Coco's earlier pieces while these Silver Loafers are a modern take on Parisian Street style.
With a scandalous past (who remembers those ad campaigns?) and iconic leather goods, Gucci isn't letting its heritage background slow down its evolution as one of the major power players in the fashion industry. Its timeless pieces can be instantly recognised thanks to its eponymous 'G' logo seen here on their printed trousers and tweed jacket.
Known for strong silhouettes and the subtle elevation of wardrobe classics, Azzedine Alaia's rebellious streak remains a strong design factor in the house today. Standing strong against passing trends, this Wool Coat is a statement piece that will last forever whereas the stud embellishment on these Fringe Sandals toughens up an otherwise classic style.
If you've ever swooned over a red-carpet gown, you can bet your Manolos that it's a Valentino masterpiece. Luckily you don't have to be an A-lister to feel like a movie star thanks to the artistry on this Leather-Collar Crepe Dress and the sky-high stiletto heel on these Nude Pumps.