Wolford is quality and luxury for legs wear

The history of Wolford is inseparably connected with the history of fashion as the maker of the world’s finest hosiery.

Its reputation has remained undisputed for decades and it is easily the most coveted of all leg wear available worldwide. Its philosophy and ethos is what makes it the very best at what they do, influenced since the very beginning from art, culture and architecture.

Wolford‘s focus is on the female form and creating timeless leg wear that compliments it whilst also adding a little modernity and fashionable additions to their work. Ever open to creativity, Wolford has tried and pioneered new knitting technology and continue to push the boundaries of their industry. 

Wolford‘s image and brand identity is unique. Her designers are dedicated to creating a certain identity that makes the brand stand out distinctly against everyone else, and that is why well-known photographers as Howard Schatz, Helmut Newton, Jean Baptiste Mondino, Bruno Bisang, Günter Kathrein, Thiemo Sander, Francis Giacobetti, Markus Klinko & Indrani and the London based artist Rankin among others have all photographed Wolford to achieve stunning and three dimensional photography that makes it stand out against its competitors.

This marketer and manufacturer of hosiery and lingerie founded in Bregenz, Austria in 1949 by Walter Palmers and Reinhold Wolf, started with the slogan “a company to produce stockings for women from pure silk and rayon” and it has become an internationally recognised fashion label with a broad portfolio that currently operates in 68 countries worldwide with more than 260 stores.

Wolford is a synonym for quality and luxury; it has been that way for decades and definitely will stay that way for many decades to come. http://www.wolfordshop.co.uk/

muymia wearing Woldford legswear
muymia wearing Woldford legswear

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La historia de Wolford está inseparablemente conectada con la historia de la moda. Conocido como el fabricante de las medias más finas del mundo, la reputación de Wolford se ha mantenido indiscutible durante décadas y es sin duda el producto más codiciado para las piernas a nivel mundialmente. Su filosofía y su espíritu es lo que les diferencia del resto, influenciados desde el comienzo con del arte, la cultura y la arquitectura.

Wolford está especializado en un producto para mujer que fomenta la figura femenina, aporta modernidad y acercamiento a la moda. Teniendo siempre en cuenta la creatividad, Wolford es la marca pionera en una nueva tecnología de punto. Sus diseñadores se dedican a crear una fuerte identidad de marca que hace que destaque claramente de todos los demás, y por eso conocidísimos fotógrafos al nivel de Howard Schatz, Helmut Newton, Jean Baptiste Mondino, Bruno Bisang, Günter Kathrein, Thiemo Sander, Francis Giacobetti, Markus Klinko y Indrani, y el artista Rankin con sede en Londres entre otros han fotografiado sus productos, logrando impresionantes fotografías tri-dimensionales que la hacen destacar frente a sus marcas competidoras.

Wolford, vendedor y fabricante de calcetería y ropa interior fundada en Bregenz, Austria en 1949 por Walter Palmers y Reinhold Wolf comenzaron con el simple pero directo lema “una empresa dedicada a producir medias para mujeres de pura seda y rayón”, se ha convertido en una marca de moda de renombre internacional con una amplia gama de productos que actualmente opera en 68 países del mundo y vende en más de 260 tiendas. Wolford es sinónimo de calidad y lujo, ha sido así durante décadas y sin duda se mantendrá así mucho tiempo más. http://www.wolfordshop.es/                   

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