The world of exclusive design can range from exquisite art galleries to the best collectable design, but now it has come the time to dive into the most exclusive luxury brands. Design Limited Edition brings you a carefully curated selection of our picks, for 10 Of The Most Exclusive Luxury Brands In The World.
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Rolls-Royce has remained one of the most famous names in engineering throughout the world of luxury brands. The company is renowned for supreme quality, exquisite hand craftsmanship and attention to the finest detail.
Gucci values themselves on their craftsmanship. The luxury brand is the biggest-selling Italian brand and known for its handbags and leather goods.
Fashion designer Coco Chanel, born in 1883, in France, is famous for her timeless designs, trademark suits, and little black dresses.
Since its first launch in 1947, the luxury brand, Dior, has continued to assert its vision through elegant, structured, and infinitely feminine collections.
Hermés is a fashion house steeped in history and tradition. Family-owned for five generations, the label is a symbol of class worldwide. From beginnings in saddlery and fine equestrian leather goods, Hermés today are best known for their handbags as well as a range of other superior items.
The creation of a Harry Winston jewel begins with a study of the extraordinary, the finest diamonds and the rarest gemstones in the world. Expertly chosen for their superlative quality, these luminous stones are the sparks that ignite the imaginations of Harry Winston designers and craftsmen, who work closely together to transform each gem into collective works of art.
BVLGARI’s name has today become emblematic of Italian excellence. Creating a highly distinctive style that celebrates its rich Roman history, BVLGARI can blend modernity with classicism.
Patek Philippe is generally regarded as the top luxury brand among all major Swiss watch manufacturers.
Dolce&Gabbana specializes in luxury items inspired by high-designs and is more formal and ‘timeless’, responding to long-term trends as well as seasonal changes.