This chic series goes behind the scenes to present 130 stories of the fashion industry's renowned designers, Couture houses and exclusive brands.

Stephane Rolland - French designer Rolland's bold creations have made him a favorite within the industry, and one of the elite 'new' couturiers. His name might not be automatically recognizable, and that's why it's a surprise to some to find that he's actually been in the industry for twenty years.

Kevan Hall - Detroit born designer Kevan Hall, using his choice of fabrics, material and bold, bright colors, has created some of the most beautiful gowns and outfits around. After winning the Designer of Tomorrow award, he started his own range of Kevan Hall couture, also designing an affordable line for Burgdorf and Neiman Marcus.

Blumarine - Known for its modern and edgy romantic look, Blumarine, with its bold designs has become one of the favorite fashion houses to come out of Italy. The name of the company is taken from the founders' love of the color blue and of the sea, a theme which is carried through in many of the collections.

Franck Sorbier - The French fashion designer showed off his Autumn 2004/5 haute couture in Paris, reflecting grace and femininity with his jackets, waistcoats, trousers, skirts and coats. In his spring summer collection of that season he broke away from the traditional runway and instead had his models posing with classic cars.

George Chakra - Creating haute couture clothing that women can actually wear, Lebanese designer George Chakra has established a reputation, creating outfits for the wealthy. His style is said to be inspired by legends Yves Saint Laurent and Valentino.
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