To understand just why American designer Narciso Rodriguez has earned such an impressive reputation during his career for creating elegant, yet sexy designs that fit women like a glove, check out this gallery of Narciso Rodriguez innovations. Rodriguez is of Cuban heritage and studied garment design at Parsons the New School for Design.
After completing his studies, he joined Anne Klein as the women’s design director, working under Donna Karan. Later, he moved to Calvin Klein where he worked on the women’s collection. In 1997, he launched his own label and the rest, as they say, is history.
In 2005 Rodriguez became the first American to win the Council of Fashion Designers of America Womenswear Designer of the Year Award two years in a row.
Check out this stunning gallery of Narciso Rodriguez innovations for a look into designer’s impressive career in the fashion industry.
From Dressing Michelle Obama to Skin-Flashing Fashions
‘Runway to Change' Celebrates Obama Inauguration in Style
Think Bright Pink
The Girliest Shades to Light Up The Spring/Summer 2009 Season
Bold Layered Fashion
Narciso Rodriguez Pairs Leggings and Jewel Tones for Pre-Fall 2009
Celeb Endorsement Fails
Designers Get Michelle Obama's Vote (But Not the Public's)
Michelle Obama's $11,000 Election Night Bling
Glittering Gold Suits
The 'Afterhours' Vogue Spain August 2010 Brings the Heat
Vaudeville Wonderland Shoots
The W Korea November 2011 Shoot Blends Vintage and Modern Styles
Skin Flashing Fashion
Narciso Rodriguez's Sheath, Shift, Spring 2010 Attire
Black Bandage Dresses
Charlize Theron in Narciso Rodriguez
American Dreamin' in W Magazine
Middle East Fashion Photography
Istanbul by W Magazine with Lara Stone
Political Victory Fashion
Michelle Obama Election Night Dress
Red Holiday Fashion
Jennifer Aniston Covers December Vogue
Sonia Rykiel's 40th Anniversary at Paris Fashion Week
Inauguration Fashion Battles
35 Designers Sketch for Michelle Obama