German fashion preferences are quite diverse. They are pragmatic people, so, understandably, they are careful in choosing clothing products from reputable fashion brands. Not stopping at the brands introduced in the blog “The Most Favorite Fashion Brands In Germany – Part 1”, the blog will bring you other fashion brands that Germans trust.
Adidas’ “three stripes” symbol is probably not too strange to us – the fashion sports giant from Germany itself. Founded in 1949, Adidas is now a powerful corporation with about 30,000 employees. Adidas is headquartered in Herzogenaurach, Germany. Germany is not only known for luxury cars such as Mercedes Benz, BMW, Audi but also owns the Dassler brothers Adolf Adi Dassler (founder of Adidas) and Rudolf Dassler (founder of Puma).
Adidas always has its clear development directions that are 3S: Sport, Street, and Style. From there it can serve many needs in the market. In addition, the advertising campaigns and promotions of Adidas are also extremely attractive. We always see the appearance of music and sports stars in new fashion photos such as David Beckham, Pharrell Williams, Justin Bieber, etc.
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Nike is an American sportswear and equipment manufacturer headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon. Surely young people in the world as well as in Germany, everyone wants to own a trendy pair of Nike shoes. Despite owning two famous fashion brands, Adidas and Puma, the Germans still give Nike sportswear a great favor.
Nike is the leader in the sportswear industry in general. Air Jordan shoes used to be an indispensable part of the outfits of young Americans in the years when Michael Jordan – the idol star of basketball was raging. Germany’s preference for Nike is also understandable because Nike has advertising campaigns, collaborating with sports superstars like Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Ronaldo, and so on to bring Nike’s image into a billion-dollar brand, covering the world in general and Germany in particular.
Only behind Nike and its brother Adidas, Puma is the world’s third-largest sportswear manufacturer. The image of a mighty leopard, stretching out and running, is a symbol of Puma that has stood firm for nearly a century.
Say is a brother of Adidas because Adidas and Puma were once separated from the same company, Gebruder Dassler Schuhfabrik. In 1948, Puma and Adidas split into two separate individuals, creating two “giants” in the sports and fashion industry. Puma has previously produced shoes and sponsored football players such as Pele, Maradona, Lothar Matthaus and brought the leopard logo to the subconscious of every person in the world.
Recently, Puma has produced more fashion glasses and expanded the market when collaborating with other fashion houses to revive a fashion empire that is falling apart. The people of Northern Herzogenaurach always wear Puma shoes and show their love for “the German leopard”. In Germany, Puma has always been the pride of the people.Don’t miss the opportunity to own Puma fashion products at much cheaper prices with our Puma vouchers.