These goos are from the Fashion category, people famous for their work in fashion design or the fashion industry. Browse another way.

Anna Wintour

Fashion designers in-voke their prayers when this goo gives their shows a frosty reception. Go »

Calvin Klein

This Hungarian became so ubiquitous in pop culture that his name was on Marty McFly's underwear. Go »

Coco Chanel

Best known for the fifth fragrance, she may also have been the developer of the famous little black dress. Go »

Dapper Dan

He's been helping Harlemites and hip hop stars dress more dapperly since 1974. Go »

Donatella Versace

Janice wears Italian fashion on stage Go »

Donna Karan

DK is so associated with NY that they call her the Queen of 7th Avenue. Go »

Gideon Sundback

Zip It! Go »

Giorgio Armani

Men's suits don't get classier than the ones fashioned by this Italian billionaire. Go »

Guccio Gucci

This Italian designer founded one of the most successful fashion houses in the world and Italy's biggest company, inspiring four thousand imitators with his high-quality leather goods and fashion. Go »

Halston

This Studio 54 regular first came to national attention when designing a pillbox hat worn by someone becoming the first lady. Go »

Isaac Mizrahi

He tried telling Liz what to do, but the results didn't last long. Go »

J. Peterman

John O'Hurley helped turn this dramatic clothing-catalog tycoon into a household name. Go »

Karl Lagerfeld

This German designer milked his rapid weight-loss for all the press he could get. Go »

Kate Spade

Her life recently ended, but she'll live on in the popular fashion accessories that bear her digging-tool name. Go »

Kenneth Cole

He came out of Brooklyn as a movie producer, became a successful clothing and shoe man, and is now New York political royalty. Go »

Liz Claiborne

Originally borne in Belgium, this American designer was a historic first in the Fortune 500. Go »

Madame de Pompadour

This royal mistress's namesake has been sported by Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Brian Setzer. Go »

Manolo Blahnik

Nimble talent is required if your name is going to be synonymous with fancy footwork. Go »

Michael Kors

This New York fashion designer is known for his clothes, accessories, footwear, and fragrances, of course. Go »

Mossimo Giannulli

He was born in Los Angeles, and built his eponymous clothing brand in Los Angeles. He also falsified his education at USC, and falsified his daughter's admission to USC. Go »

Oscar de la Renta

This Dominican has dominated the fashion industry since dressing Jackie Kennedy. Go »

Sally Browne

fashion designer, toy inventor, motivational speaker, and mountain climber Go »

Sarah Burton

When Britain's newest fashion icon needed something to wear on the most publicized day of her life, she chose this designer. Go »

Stella McCartney

has yet to design a dress based on beetle wings Go »

Steve Madden

Prison jumpsuits clashed with the kind of attire his eponymous company produced. Go »

Tim Gunn

This reality-TV fashion personality hasn't fired his gun with a partner, gay or otherwise, in decades. Go »

Tommy Hilfiger

If you tell Scott you looked at your clothing's label for the answer, he'll figure you're smart. Go »

Tommy Hilfiger

This red, white, and blue American is fine with the New York Stock Exchange just calling him TOM. Go »

Tory Burch

This billionaire designer shares her name with a thin white tree. Go »

Vera Wang

what do weddings and figure skating have in common? Go »

Vivienne Westwood

From British punk to Buckingham Palace, this secondary Sex Pistol has seen it all. Go »

Yves Saint Laurent

Since this designer had a home in Tangier, could he be called a Tangerine? Go »