2 U.S.A brand unaGAP-an Americano company founded in 1969 by Doris and Donald Fisher. Le famiglia is still deeply involved in the company and collectively owns most of its stock.GAP vende la felpa e la magliette. I vestiti sono di tutti colori.
5 Americano brand dueAeropostale-one of my favorite brands Aeropostale was founded in 1973.it maintains control over its proprietory brands by desighning sourcing and marketing its own merchandise.Aeropostale vende le t-shirts e i jeans. I vestiti blu, bianchi, e neri.
7 Italiano brand unaGucci-an Italiano brand founded by Guccio Gucci in Florence Gucci is the best selling Italian brand and operated 278 stores worldwide (as of 2009).Gucci vende la borse e la giacce di cuoio. I vestiti e neri, beige, etc.
10 Italiano brand dueFendi-fendi was launched in 1925 by Edoardo and Adele Fendi in Rome. Today the company is a luxury merchandise company directed by Karl Lagerfeild.Fendi vende la borsa e la cintura. I vestiti e molto costosi.
12 So what’s the Difference Size-Italiano e Americano sizes vary greatly.Price-although different stores have different prices, most clothes cost more because Italia enjoys high fashion. You also must remember that one euro isn’t one dollar.Casual vs. formal-italia tends to have higher standards for casual wear than America.
13 And Similarities?Both countries have a fashion city: New York and Milan are both world renowned fashion capitals.Both countries have a similar idea about what is formal (although casual wear in Italia is much more formal than in the states).
14 My FavoriteAlthough I enjoy both countries’ fashion I feel that in America trends can be inappropriate (short skirts, shorts, etc.). In Italy however casual wear tends to be more elegente rather than inappropriate. So I guess I like Italian fashion better than American.