A little over a century ago, the fashion industry was in a bit of a crisis.
By then, the 1920’s had been the heyday of a decade of mass consumerism, as well as a period of financial crisis.
The Great Depression had brought about a huge downturn in the value of the dollar, and as a result, many manufacturers and retailers had to resort to importing large quantities of goods from abroad.
As a result of this, many clothing manufacturers in the 1920′s were importing garments made from wool and silk, a material that was very expensive at the time.
In addition, many factories were unable to meet the needs of workers, and many factories had to shut down altogether.
As such, many fashion companies in the United States were forced to shut shop.
These were the times of the Great Depression, and while many fashion designers and brands were still making great strides, the trend of buying clothing made in China and Europe was already beginning to take hold.
By the time the Great War broke out in 1918, the United Kingdom had already been invaded by Germany, and the war had turned into a global conflict.
As the war dragged on, fashion began to take a back seat to manufacturing, as factories closed and factories relocated to the United states.
As factories were closed, the demand for clothing continued to increase, and demand for the new clothes that were made in the U.S. continued to grow.
Many American designers, including the likes of Edsel and Dior, began to incorporate clothing made by Chinese factories into their designs.
Fashion designers in the UK were also beginning to incorporate clothes made in their factories, and by the mid-1920′s, some of the British clothing factories were turning out clothing that was made in a factory in New York City.
Although the fashion designer market was still small in the US at the beginning of the 1920´s, by the end of the decade, American designers were producing clothing for a global audience.
Although some of these designers were making clothes for the American market at the same time, many of them were also making clothes that would be sold to American consumers overseas, and they were doing this through clothing factories in China.
In the 1920 and 1930s, many American fashion designers were creating clothes that featured designs that would go on to be popular in the world of fashion.
This included such fashion icons as Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, and Frank Stella.
In fact, some American designers actually started out as American citizens themselves.
Calvin Klein was born in Philadelphia, and he went on to become the most famous American designer in history.
As an American citizen, he was able to afford to travel around the world to design for American clients.
During this time, he also made a point of creating clothes for American customers overseas.
He started to sell some of his clothing overseas in 1927, and this made him one of the most successful American designers of all time.
As we have seen before, the popularity of American fashion in the early 1930′s led to many of the American fashion houses starting to produce clothing for the world market, and some of them even became very successful themselves.
By 1926, Ralph and Edsel were making over $20 million per year, and there was a large number of other American fashion designer’s in the 1930′S, all of whom had a strong influence on the fashion trends that would eventually lead to the popularity and success of American designers.
This was especially true in the case of Calvin Klein.
The success of Calvin in the mid 1920′S led many American designers to start making clothes made by other American designers abroad.
This led to the creation of fashion houses like Stella McCartney, who was also born in New Jersey, and who would go onto become one of fashion’s most successful designers.
In 1924, Stella McCartney began to produce clothes for customers all over the world, and at this time there were many American and British designers producing clothes for international markets.
Stella McCartney started to expand her business into a more global market in the late 1920′02, when she opened her own design shop in New Orleans, which was known as the Stella McCartney Design House.
Stella began to expand into other markets, including New York and London.
By 1927, Stella was making $30 million per month.
In 1928, Stella began selling clothes in London and Paris.
By 1930, Stella had expanded her fashion business to include clothing for all corners of the globe.
By that time, Stella and her husband, Louis, had been married for over a year, so it was a time when they decided to leave their home in the Midwest to open their own design house.
Stella and Louis opened their first store in New Zealand in 1931, and within a few years, the company had a large following.
By 1932, Stella’s clothing business had grown so large that Stella decided to open a second store in Melbourne, Australia, and it was there that she launched her first fashion label, Stella, in 1934.
Stella was also