Tiffany & Co. In 1886, Tiffany decided he would lift the diamond up, above the band, and market it as an engagement ring. Soon, every woman in America wanted one.
Rolex To know the difference between a genuine Rolex and a fake is to look at the second hand. If it gracefully sweeps the dial it’s real were as on fake watches the second hand ticks.
Gucci Gucci is one of the world's most beloved brands, known for its innovative and timeless designs. Gucci was Inspired by Horse Racing, that's where his signature hardware design comes from, it's crafted to look like horse bits and stirrups.
H&M It's all started with a single womenswear store in Vasteras, Sweden, in 1947. Today, the H&M group has several clearly defined fashion brands and a strong global presence.
Forever 21 In its first year, Fashion 21 generated $700,000 in sales. The name was later changed to Forever 21. And currently, it's the most searched fashion brand under ''Fashion''.
American Eagle Outfitter Style isn't in the wearing. It's in the doing. See more of American Eagle Outfitters!
Hollister Co. Hollister is the fantasy of Southern California, with clothing that's effortlessly cool and totally accessible.
Abercrombie & Fitch Abercrombie & Fitch prides itself in being one of the most successful specialty retailers in operation today. Their casual, classic, all-american lifestyle brand of clothing is synonymous with quality.
Zara Many people think of Zara as a modern-day powerhouse, which it is, but it's actually been active for more than 40 years. On its path to world domination, Zara has set up shop in 88 countries across the world.