Primark started out in Mary Street, Dublin, Ireland in 1969. Growing rapidly into the brand we know today. They now operate in Ireland, United Kingdom, Spain, The Netherlands, Portugal, Germany and Belgium. Surprisingly there is no direct facility for Primark Shopping Online. Primark has a very large following, with its success being down to creating its own brands, shipping them cheap, and keeping ahead of fashion.

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Over the past few years Primark has been lacking with a poor online presence, however accoring to Paul Sawers in his online article, Primark will be launching an e-commerce webiste. This will be a great relief for many as the customer will be able to do their Primark Shopping Online without leaving their house.

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Diesel

Diesel S.p.A. is an Italian design company. It is best known for luxury, pret-a-porter clothing aimed at the young adult market, particularly jeans. The company is owned by its founder Renzo Rosso, and is based in Breganze in northern Italy.

The company was founded by Renzo Rosso in 1978. Diesel's milestone years include 1985, 1988 the hiring straight out of fashion college of ex-head designer and Creative Director Wilbert Das, 1991 (beginning of the international marketing strategy) and 1996 (opening of Diesel's first flagship store on New York City's Lexington Avenue). Renzo said that they learnt marketing from the US, creativity from Italy and systems from Germany. In February 2007, the company launched a major intimates and beachwear division for men and women that is carried in the retail and department stores. Diesel Black Gold was announced in November 2007. The company has around 2,200 employees in 18 subsidiaries across Europe, Asia and the Americas. Its products are available in 5000 retail outlets, of which 300 are Diesel-branded stores. Annual sales were approximately €1.2 billion in 2005, and €1.3 billion in 2009. Revenue is largely derived from denim sales, but also extremely successful and influential ranges of accessories and children's wear - Diesel Kid. Production of denim jeans is based mainly in Italy. The biggest store is located in Milan, Italy.

For over 20 years all Diesel collections, including licensed products, were made under the Creative Direction of Wilbert Das. Currently the principal lines are Diesel, the main line, and Diesel Black Gold, a new collection launched in 2007 in the casual-luxury segment. The children's collection is called Diesel Kid. Diesel Denim Gallery offers limited edition denim sold in innovative art-gallery-like spaces. Diesel also offers collections of footwear, intimate (underwear), and bags. Diesel's licensed collections are eyewear (made with Safilo), jewelry and watches (Fossil), and fragrances (L'Oréal). L'Oreal and Diesel launched Fuel for Life (for him and for her) in the fall of 2007. A mini-collection for Adidas was launched in 2008 called Adidas Originals Denim by Diesel. The underwear license is held by the US company Mast Industries Inc., who also make lingerie for Victoria's Secret. A new collaboration with AGV has seen the launch of a Helmet. Recently Diesel Home, thanks to collaborations with Moroso nd Foscarini has been launched in the market.

Levis

In 1853, the California gold rush was in full swing, and everyday items were in short supply. Levi Strauss, a 24-year-old German immigrant, left New York for San Francisco with a small supply of dry goods with the intention of opening a branch of his brother's New York dry goods business. Shortly after his arrival, a prospector wanted to know what Mr. Strauss was selling. When Strauss told him he had rough canvas to use for tents and wagon covers, the prospector said, "You should have brought pants!," saying he couldn't find a pair of pants strong enough to last.

Denim Blue Jeans

Levi Strauss had the canvas made into waist overalls. Miners liked the pants, but complained that they tended to chafe. Levi Strauss substituted a twilled cotton cloth from France called "serge de Nimes." The fabric later became known as denim and the pants were nicknamed blue jeans.

Levi Strauss & Company

In 1873, Levi Strauss & Company began using the pocket stitch design. Levi Strauss and Nevada tailor David Jacobs co-patented the process of putting rivets in pants for strength. On May 20, 1873, they received U.S.Patent No.139,121. This date is now considered the official birthday of "blue jeans."

French Connection

French Connection has distributing stores worldwide. It predominantly sells its clothing through its own stores, although many major department stores in the UK have in-store concessions. French Connection (FCUK) also has a range of licenced products, including eye glasses, sunglasses, toiletries, shoes, jewelry and watches, which are sold through stores as optician stores, pharmacies etc.

French Connection exploited the controversy of the name, producing an extremely popular range of t-shirts with messages such as "fcuk fashion", "fcuk this", "hot as fcuk", "mile high fcuk", "too busy to fcuk", "fcuk football", "lucky fcuk", "Fun Comes Usually Kneeling", "fcuk on the beach", "Cool as fcuk", etc. There were also a number of regionally specific messages, such as "fondle constantly until knackered" (in the UK), "fcuk in hull" ,"no fcukin worries" (in Australia) and "fcuk off". "Chugging the fcuk" and "Munching on fcuk" were popular shirt titles but were later found as inappropriate.

Gio Goi

British label Gio-Goi is famously worn by a new generation of Brit Rock stars, including Tom Meighan frontman of Kasabian and the Arctic Monkeys. With its rock star pals and library of late-night tales, the brand's cool swagger is as authentic as it gets.

The label has its roots in the Manchester band scene of the late 1980s, which mixed indie rock and dance music. The Donnellys started out selling clothes and memorabillia at clubs and raves in Manchester, notably at The HaÇienda.

Gio-Goi relaunched in 2005 after new financial backers were keen to revive the brand. It is now worn by several musicians, including Pete Doherty, Mike Skinner and Kasabian front man, Tom Meighan.

Actors Danny Dyer and Paul Nicholls as well as boxer Michael Jennings, and musicians Calvin Harris and Hard-Fi have also been seen wearing Gio-Goi clothing

ASOS

ASOS are now selling clothing for Primark at the same price you would find instore. Find out for yourself by following the link.

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