Kamali, more than 50 years in the fashion
Norma Kamali started in fashion in 1967 as a shop owner: she created her pieces and then sold them in her retail shop. Her designs have always been driven by creativity, which has made her the forerunner of so many successes. Her career took off in the 70s with the creation of a red bikini that "Charlie's Angel" Farrah Fawcett wore in one of her most iconic photos. She was also the creator of the "sleeping bag coat", and of the high-heeled shoes. Today, with a timeless chic style, she still dresses referents such as Whitney Houston, Sofia Vergara and Eugenia Silva.
Fashion ready to wear
Since its inception, Kamali has designed to make women feel good about what they wear. His garments are distinguished by figure-enhancing shapes, fluid fabrics and a simple urban style. Appealing to its characteristic ready -to -wear, Kamali achieves a carefree and sophisticated aesthetic that makes its pieces a first-rate choice in your day-to-day life.