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Google reveals the most sought-after names in the fashion world

United States-ALSHARQIYA   January 3: A survey conducted by Money.co.uk revealed the signs that have been searched for on Google during the past 12 months. The results are as follows:
The French luxury goods house, Louis Vuitton, was ranked first in the list of brands searched for on Google during the year 2020. It achieved this rank in 47 countries around the world, including: Britain, Australia, Singapore, South Africa, and the United Arab Emirates.
Founded in 1854, the house went from making luxury travel bags to making haute couture. Its women's collections have been supervised by the French designer Nicolas Ghesquiard since 2013, while its men's collections have been supervised by the American designer Virgil Ablo since 2018.

The second place on this list is occupied by the Italian house, Gucci, which is supervised by designer Alessandro Michel. It was most searched on the Internet in 13 countries, including: Italy, Japan, Greece, and Colombia.
The third place on this list went to the French brand Chanel, which was the most popular brand on the Internet in 12 countries, including: Thailand, Vietnam, Bali, and Indonesia. The establishment of this ancient house dates back to the year 1910 at the hands of its founder Gabrielle Chanel, but today Virginie Viard is its creative director. This house is known for its use of tweed and the iconic 2.55 case.

The American brand Calvin Klein was ranked fourth, which was most searched on the Internet in 11 countries, including: Russia, Ukraine, Chile, and Barbados.
Fifth place was achieved by the Rolex luxury watch brand, which was most searched on the Internet in 9 countries, including: Kenya and Cambodia.
The sixth place achieved by the American brand Coach, which was launched in 1940. It was among the most searched brands on the Internet in several countries, including South Korea and Saudi Arabia.
The seventh place went to Tory Burch, which was the most searched on the Internet in several countries, including: The Bahamas and Jamaica.

The eighth place was shared by 3 luxury fashion houses: Loewe Spain, which was the most researched in the United States and Canada and supervised by its creative director since 2013, its creative director Jonathan Anderson, the Italian house Valentino, which was the most researched in Romania and Croatia and supervised by its director since 2016 Creative Pierre Paolo Bisoli, and finally the Italian house Fendi, famous for its faux fur designs and the iconic "baguette" bag.

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