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WOMEN’S CLOTHING

Elegant clothes for women are the basic of wardrobe. Refresh your wardrobe with the impressive women's clothes collections available at VITKAC. Our online shop, offering only tasteful clothing, meets their expectations.

Shirt with decorative cuffs od Marni Shirt with decorative cuffs od Marni quick-view

Marni

Shirt with decorative cuffs

Top with decorative stitching od Marni Top with decorative stitching od Marni quick-view

Marni

Top with decorative stitching

Jacket with a printed logo od Kenzo Jacket with a printed logo od Kenzo quick-view

Kenzo

Jacket with a printed logo

Fringed sweatshirt od Just Cavalli Fringed sweatshirt od Just Cavalli quick-view

Just Cavalli

Fringed sweatshirt

Fringed sweatshirt od Just Cavalli Fringed sweatshirt od Just Cavalli quick-view

Just Cavalli

Fringed sweatshirt

Dress with a tiger head motif od Kenzo Dress with a tiger head motif od Kenzo quick-view

Kenzo

Dress with a tiger head motif

Dress with self-tie od Zimmermann Dress with self-tie od Zimmermann quick-view

Zimmermann

Dress with self-tie

Logo-printed sweatshirt od Versace Logo-printed sweatshirt od Versace quick-view

Versace

Logo-printed sweatshirt

Sweatshirt with sequins od Kenzo Sweatshirt with sequins od Kenzo quick-view

Kenzo

Sweatshirt with sequins

Embroidered top od Valentino Red Embroidered top od Valentino Red quick-view

Valentino Red

Embroidered top

Shirt with decorative collar od Valentino Red Shirt with decorative collar od Valentino Red quick-view

Valentino Red

Shirt with decorative collar

Double-breasted coat with ruffle od Valentino Red Double-breasted coat with ruffle od Valentino Red quick-view

Valentino Red

Double-breasted coat with ruffle

Sweatpants with zip cuffs od Valentino Red Sweatpants with zip cuffs od Valentino Red quick-view

Valentino Red

Sweatpants with zip cuffs

Checkered coat od Self Portrait Checkered coat od Self Portrait quick-view

Self Portrait

Checkered coat

Jacket with detachable collar od Self Portrait Jacket with detachable collar od Self Portrait quick-view

Self Portrait

Jacket with detachable collar

Cut-out dress od Zimmermann Cut-out dress od Zimmermann quick-view

Zimmermann

Cut-out dress

Straight leg trousers od Kenzo Straight leg trousers od Kenzo quick-view

Kenzo

Straight leg trousers

Sweatshirt with decorative elements od Kenzo Sweatshirt with decorative elements od Kenzo quick-view

Kenzo

Sweatshirt with decorative elements

Sweatshirt with a printed logo od Kenzo Sweatshirt with a printed logo od Kenzo quick-view

Kenzo

Sweatshirt with a printed logo

T-shirt with a floral motif od Kenzo T-shirt with a floral motif od Kenzo quick-view

Kenzo

T-shirt with a floral motif

Sweatshirt with a v-neckline od Kenzo Sweatshirt with a v-neckline od Kenzo quick-view

Kenzo

Sweatshirt with a V-neckline

Sweatshirt with a v-neckline od Kenzo Sweatshirt with a v-neckline od Kenzo quick-view

Kenzo

Sweatshirt with a V-neckline

Embroidered top od Kenzo Embroidered top od Kenzo quick-view

Kenzo

Embroidered top

Ruffled top od Saint Laurent Ruffled top od Saint Laurent quick-view

Saint Laurent

Ruffled top

Ruffled dress od Self Portrait Ruffled dress od Self Portrait quick-view

Self Portrait

Ruffled dress

Asymmetrical dress with a frill od Self Portrait Asymmetrical dress with a frill od Self Portrait quick-view

Self Portrait

Asymmetrical dress with a frill

Cut-out pleated dress od Self Portrait Cut-out pleated dress od Self Portrait quick-view

Self Portrait

Cut-out pleated dress

Pleated dress with a cape od Self Portrait Pleated dress with a cape od Self Portrait quick-view

Self Portrait

Pleated dress with a cape

Ruffled dress od Self Portrait Ruffled dress od Self Portrait quick-view

Self Portrait

Ruffled dress

Openwork dress with a frill od Self Portrait Openwork dress with a frill od Self Portrait quick-view

Self Portrait

Openwork dress with a frill

Openwork dress with a tie-up od Self Portrait Openwork dress with a tie-up od Self Portrait quick-view

Self Portrait

Openwork dress with a tie-up

Openwork dress with cut-outs od Self Portrait Openwork dress with cut-outs od Self Portrait quick-view

Self Portrait

Openwork dress with cut-outs

Woven dress with a frill od Self Portrait Woven dress with a frill od Self Portrait quick-view

Self Portrait

Woven dress with a frill

Dress with cut-outs od Self Portrait Dress with cut-outs od Self Portrait quick-view

Self Portrait

Dress with cut-outs

Braided sweater with band collar od Self Portrait Braided sweater with band collar od Self Portrait quick-view

Self Portrait

Braided sweater with band collar

Sweater with a crew neckline od Kenzo Sweater with a crew neckline od Kenzo quick-view

Kenzo

Sweater with a crew neckline

Rib-knit skirt od Kenzo Rib-knit skirt od Kenzo quick-view

Kenzo

Rib-knit skirt

Sweatshirt with a floral motif od Kenzo Sweatshirt with a floral motif od Kenzo quick-view

Kenzo

Sweatshirt with a floral motif

Sweatshirt with a tiger head motif od Kenzo Sweatshirt with a tiger head motif od Kenzo quick-view

Kenzo

Sweatshirt with a tiger head motif

Dress with an embroidered logo od Kenzo Dress with an embroidered logo od Kenzo quick-view

Kenzo

Dress with an embroidered logo

Women’s clothes – an area of great interest for elegant women

The term “women’s clothing” is very broad, encompassing a gamut of fashion trends, more or less successful designs and types, from formal wear to the casual, every day. But why does women’s clothing elicit so much interest, and why is this subject such a talking point?

Women’s clothes in history

The history of women’s clothing is inextricably tied to the origins of mankind. Our ancestors fashioned such outer layers from leather, fur and plants, to protect them from harmful external elements.

According to one theory explaining the origins of humans wearing clothes, it was to hide women’s monthly periods, still a taboo subject in some of today’s more traditional societies.

In regal times, women’s fashion became completely different, indicating social status and wealth. A lady would dress differently than an unmarried woman, and a widow differently again.

Who dictates trends in fashion? A short history lesson

It is not widely known that trends from the Middle East had an influence on European fashions. There was a time when ladies grew to love patterned outfits of richly decorated fabrics, and they began to take advantage of the emergence of fine tailoring, a feature of the Renaissance.

In the history of elegant clothes for women, there was a time when bulky and uncomfortable dresses were fashionable, as well as designs focused on corsets and high trims. Interestingly, corsets aroused a great deal of controversy, as they were viewed by some as symbols of oppression.

The eyes of the whole of the Old Continent were, in terms of fashion, on France, Italy and England, and later on the USA. These countries dictated trends, and in fact this has not changed to this day.

Important centres of fashion were the department stores – the English Kendals, and France’s Le Bon Marche, Galeries Lafayette and Le Printemps. Magazines highlighting designer clothes for women also had a great influence on shaping trends. Among the most famous were Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and The Delineator. A great inspiration for women was Coco Chanel, who from 1915 revolutionised the world of fashion, and Gucci, producer of the original women’s handbag.

An intriguing stage in the development of women’s designer clothing came in the 1930s, when the tomboy style, symbolising women’s liberation, reigned. At the same time, though, more luxurious and extravagant designs that highlighted female charms emerged.

Christian Dior began work, and a decade later presented the first, bold, New Look collection. Aside from him, other outstanding names in the fashion world included Gianni and Donatella Versace, Giorgio Armani, Alexander McQueen, and Karl Lagerfeld.

Women of class wear elegant women’s fashion

Fashions have always changed rapidly, whether in connection with new technologies or because of more frequent contact between cultures and changes in customs and perceptions.

There is a gamut of fashionable women’s clothing on the market, for which women who value originality, style, excellent quality and impeccable appearance inevitably reach.