Maria Grachvogel Biography
Maria Grachvogel is a fashion designer from the United Kingdom. Grachvogel creates under her own label, maintains a store in London, and hosts show during London Fashion Week on a regular basis. Emma Thompson, Scarlett Johansson, Angelina Jolie, and Victoria Beckham, who has modeled for her at London Fashion Week, are among her clientele.
How old is Maria Grachvogel? – Age
She is 53 years old as of 11 July 2022. She was born in 1969 in London, United Kingdom.
Maria Grachvogel Family – Education
Maria was born in Poland to a Polish father and an Irish mother. As a youngster, she was an avid designer, designing her first collection at the age of 14. She first pursued a career in the City after leaving school in order to obtain funds for her own firm, passing a London Stock Exchange test at the age of 17.
Maria Grachvogel Husband
Grachvogel married investment banker Michael Simcock on her 40th birthday in July 2009. In March 2010, she gave birth to a boy.
Maria Grachvogel Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $1 Billion.
Maria Grachvogel Magic Pants
Her creations include “Magic Pants,” which are pants without pockets or side seams that offer the wearer a sleek profile. The business relocated to Culford Gardens in London in 2011.
Maria Grachvogel Height
She has an estimated net worth of $5 Million.
Maria Grachvogl Career
Grachvogel’s first fashion venture was a collaboration with a friend and colleague designer. She temporarily returned to working in the City after the collaboration ended, but she returned to designing within six months. In January 1991, at the age of 21, she launched her own brand with a line of nine outfits. She debuted at London Fashion Week in 1994 and produced her first catwalk show there in 1995.
Grachvogel gained international notice when Victoria Beckham walked the runway at London Fashion Week in February 2000. Beckham first in green satin hot pants, then a flamenco-styled scarlet gown, before reappearing towards the conclusion of the show in a long off-the-shoulder red gown.
During that year, Grachvogel gained attention once more when she developed a garment for her September exhibition that was hand-sewn with 2,000 diamonds valued around £250,000. The garment was a long black silk evening gown that cut to the thigh, with rows of diamonds on the bodice. The diamonds were set in 18-carat gold and weighed 190 carats. Jodie Kidd modeled the gown, which served as the show’s conclusion.