Giada (brand)

Giada (styled GIADA) is an Italian fashion brand.[1][2][3] It was founded in 2001 in Milan by Rosanna Daolio[4][5][6][7][8] and bought by the Chinese company Redstone Haute Couture in 2011.[9][10][11][12]

GIADA
TypePrivate
IndustryFashion
Founded2001
FounderRosanna Daolio
HeadquartersMilano, Italy
ProductsWomen's ready-to-wear, accessories
Websitegiada.com
Founder Rosanna Daolio

In 2013 GIADA opened its first store in Via Monte Napoleone in Milan,[13] [14][15][16] the interior designed by Claudio Silvestrin.[17][18]

In 2015, Gabriele Colangelo became the creative director of the brand.[19]

Giada launched its womenswear collection in 2016 at Pinacoteca di Brera in Milan and continues to show its collections during Milan Fashion Week.[20][21][22][23]

In 2019 it opened its first store in the United States in Boston, Massachusetts, and debuted at Milan Design Week.[24][25]

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