Gold Medal: The 5 Marks British That Have Marked (A Freaky) History

Countdown to the Olympic Games. And while in Spain we walk with changes of flag wavers and designs of uniforms that do not change despite winds and tides, in United Kingdom they are celebrating because the world will put eyes, televisions and mice in them. But let’s talk about fashion and how to entertain to a country that has had much power in the area.
These are more British than the Queen Mother to 5 brands they have changed the Foundation of fashion in a peculiar way.


How can you pass will be a brand to draws of tea at five o’clock and umbrella in hand to be the most desired by fashionistas?
In 1856, Thomas Burberry, a 21-year-old boy, opened a small shop in Hampshire, England. Trade was gaining fame as a supplier of sportswear and culminated his ascension with the invention of a waterproof fabric: gabardine. The classic trench coat is the alma mater of the signing, a garment that is subject to numerous revisions and that embodies the Burberry movements (its recognized apostrophe disappeared in 1999) has suffered in its history. In fact the British House has gone from being the official of the team that Amundsen got dressed to reach the South Pole in 1911 to the British luxury firm par excellence today thanks, in part, to its creative director young Christopher Bailey. His print called Novachek, is globally recognized. This consists of diagonal lines cross-reviews with a gentleman in the Center.

Dr. Martens

Klaus Martens It was a nazi doctor in the second world war and was also the designer of these boots that are characterized by their sturdy soles with air Chamber. Perhaps due to these sources for a long time the brand not enjoyed commercial success he enjoys today. At first they triumphed among the workers and workers from the factories of England, who needed a sturdy shoes. Hence became popular among street gangs and urban subcultures like the skinhead or punk during the 1960s.

“The magic moment happened when, through some ads in a British Professional magazine, the family Griggs, manufacturer of work boots, met with German physicians Martens and Funck” said Martin Roach, who has written the history of the company.

At that time it was an orthopedic boot sold 80 percent of German women of more than forty years old.


Paradigm of the low-cost British, nobody like them reflects the latest trends and the trendy Londoners spirit.

A sentence coming to Spain not the best of their collections and their shops we stop pining for what we find in London. Founded in 1964 by Peter Robinson its first store was opened to the public in 1974.

Agent Provocateur

They and only they have been pioneers and the original copy for both brand and both movement baroque and pin-up in lingerie and the sexy lengerie shops and luckily just landed in Madrid. Its creator is the son of the legendary Vivienne Westwood.

Your ads are followed, criticized and praised, sometimes sexy other vulgar but a touch of London in Camden away it from the fussiness of WINS Secret and their women who seem to not break a dish. The Provocateur women break them all.

French Connection UK

Founded in 1972 by Stephen Marks his trademark characteristic is the FCUK logo.

The similarity of their logo with the English word fuck (I think everyone know translate) caused controversy since its inception that apparently are in the habit that had its employees to use the acronym to send communications. What did they do? Be smarter than a boss of Silicon Valley and become popular with their t-shirts in cotton: “ fcuk fashion ”, “ hot as fcuk ”, “ too busy to fcuk ”, “ fcuk safely & #8221;

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