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Learn about the most famous international brands

Many are keen to own the most famous brands of glasses in the world, but what do you know about these brands and the beginning of these companies...

armani-1 (Armani)

It is an Italian international company created by the famous Italian designer Giorgio Armani Sergio Galeotti was founded in 1975 in Milan, Italy, which is called the international fashion capital. Armani specializes in manufacturing and designing accessories such as sunglasses and others for both genders.

Oakley -2

It is a company based in Lake Forest, California, and a subsidiary of the Italian giant Luxottica, headquartered in Milan. It began manufacturing glasses in 1983 for sports glasses and then began producing all types of glasses.

Dior -3 (Dior)

It is an ancient French company whose founder is Christian Dior. It was founded in 1946 and started out simple from a private house in Paris and then began to spread throughout France at the end of 1949. Christian is considered Dior One of the most influential figures in the world of fashion and distinguished by her luxurious eyeglasses.

Gucci -4

This company was founded by its founder, Guccio Gucci, in Florence, who was working in a hotel in London and was inspired by some travelers for his creativity. Then he returned to Florence and founded his luxury company. Gucci Founded in 1921, it is a luxury Italian brand of eyewear and more.

Polo-5 (Polo)

It is an American company founded in 1967. It is also called Ralph Lauren, after its founder, who founded his company after his marriage, using the money he earned from selling neckties with the help of his brother. The company chose this logo and company name because it is a game Polo It was reserved for kings.

Fendi -6

I started where is that 1925 in Rome by Edoardo Waddell Fendi, a multinational brand owned by LVMH, began selling prescription eyeglasses in addition to... sunglasses.

Bvlgari -7 (Bvlgari)

An Italian company that was previously owned by LVMH, its name was derived from the name of its founder, of Greek origin, Sotirios. vulgaris He started in Greece, then to Corfu, then moved to Naples, Italy, and finally to Rome in 1881, where he founded his company in 1885.

Puma -8

A large German international multinational company founded in 1948 by Rudolf Dassler. It began as Rhoda and was then changed to Puma And it has developed admirably.

Tommy Hilfiger -9 (Tommy Hilfiger)

American born Thomas Jacob hilfiger In 1951, during his high school studies, Thomas decided to open a small store that cost him only $150. His goal was to transfer fashion from London to New York. He specialized in studying design and launched his own brand under his name in 1985.

Tom Ford -10

It is a designer company Tom Ford He was born in 1962, studied and specialized in design, and was the main designer at Gucci. In 2005, he resigned from Gucci and launched his own brand, Tom Ford.

Carrera -11 (Carrera)

Carrera It is a brand of the Safilo Group, which designs and produces sunglasses and sports glasses. This company was founded in Austria in 1956 and is currently located in Padova, Italy.

RayBan -12

It is an American manufacturer RayBan glasses Solar And medical Founded in 1937 by Bausch & Lomb and in 1999 sold to the Luxottica brand, Ray-Ban is considered the most famous and largest eyewear company in the world.

Cartier -13 (Cartier)

A French agency founded in 1847 by Louis François Cartier He named it after his family, which was famous for its attention to detail. In 1964, Cartier was sold and the family’s ownership of it ended, but it continued to work with the same sophistication and precision.

MontBlanc -14 (Mont Blanc)

A German company famous for its very luxurious products. It was started by Statenauer Klaus Johannes, Voss Banker, and engineer August in 1908, and has had tremendous demand from ancient times to the present day. It relies on... Mont Blanc A logo with three white stars.

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