https://www.zazzle.com/kosovo+clothing

With Zazzle, your imagination is at your fingertips.
Our mission is to become The Make Engine™ to
give people the power to make anything imaginable.
Looking through our marketplace, you’ll find Designers selling their art,
Makers showcasing their customizable products, and
create-your-own products just waiting for You.
We’re glad you’re here.
Our Technology
If you can dream it, we’re making the technology to do it. At Zazzle, we’re on the cutting edge of real-world technology that brings your imagination to life. Our innovative minds are taking on the toughest technical challenges to make customizing anything a possibility. We’re developing not just the newest software for interacting with your creations before they happen, but also the state-of-the-art hardware and manufacturing processes that turn your dreams into realities.
Our Products
Our products let you add your personal touch to any part of your life. We’re passionate about giving you the ability to make your mark on the world through customization, and we believe there is no limit to self-expression. With an ever-expanding array of categories including everything from apparel and paper goods to fabric and food, we’re committed to offering the highest quality custom products in the world

https://www.okaidi.com/ks/en/

Okaïdi proposes modern and creative collections for all moments of life. It respects each child, his tastes and identity by creating collections which are easy to mix and use, giving him the possibility to reveal and assert his own personality.
The first partnership with Ora Ïto 2014. 2009 Alignment of the 12 Okaïdi values with the international charter of children’s rights.

https://www.guessfactory.ca/en/

GUESS was established in 1981 by the Marciano brothers, who left the south of France in pursuit of the American dream. Inspired by a European influence, the Marcianos redefined denim. One of their initial designs was a stonewashed, slim-fitting jean, the 3-zip Marilyn. Bloomingdale’s was the first department store to welcome the brand by ordering two dozen pairs of jeans. They disappeared from the shelves in just hours. This was the beginning of a long success story.
GUESS quickly became a symbol of a young, sexy and adventurous lifestyle. Throughout the decades GUESS invited people to dream with its iconic and timeless advertising campaigns that turned unknown faces into famous models. In 2004, the company expanded with a new retail concept for its contemporary collection called Marciano. The Marciano brand offers a fashion-forward collection designed for trend-setting women and men. In 2007, the G by GUESS retail concept was born, gaining its Southern California aesthetic from the Marciano brothers’ personal passion for the young, California lifestyle they so enjoyed when they first moved to America.
Today GUESS is a truly global lifestyle brand with a full range of denim, apparel and accessories offered in over 80 countries around the world.

http://kosovoapparel.org/en/

The Kosovo apparel industry has a tradition of over 200 years. Most recently, as part of Former Yugoslavia, textile was the second largest industrial sector in Kosovo. At the industry’s peak in the 1990s, each of the 15 textile socially-owned enterprises employed more than 1,000 people. Total sales amount to about €35milllion (calculated in the then currency). Kosovo textiles were sold in the local market, in Yugoslavia, and exported to Eastern and Western Europe, as well as the United Stated of America. The leather industry has roots in tradition of leather tanners and saddle makers in the city of Pejë/Peć and leather shoe socially-owned factories.
After the fall of Yugoslavia, very few of the socially-owned enterprises were privatized; leaving thousands of employees without jobs and the technology obsolete. The industry today has risen through the right blend of tradition, creativity and experience. A lot of the new private companies emerged out of families with a tradition on skins, hides, footwear, knitting, weaving and sewing; high-end young women fashion designers, traders and foreign investments.
Official data show that as of 2016, 182 private companies are active in the market of apparel and leather, employing around 1500 employees. Ninety percent of them are final product manufacturers, mostly of garments.

https://shop.mango.com/ba1/women/clothing_c11360446

We inspire and unite people through our passion for style and culture.
Our concept is what makes MANGO stand out. It springs from the alliance between a quality product of unique design and a brand image which is both coherent and unified. Dressing the urban and modern woman, meeting her daily needs, this is the formula which we have analyses, adapted and applied to each country in which we operate. This has been and continues to be one of the keys to our success and prestige.
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https://lirikamatoshi.com/collections/frontpage

Lirika Matoshi launched her namesake line of handmade accessories in 2016 at the age of 20 after moving to New York City. The Kosovo native initially began handcrafting choker necklaces on Etsy before gaining popularity for her hand-embellished tights, glittery dresses and socks, and intricate crystal covered blouses via Instagram—all created without any formal fashion school training. Inspired by her Kosovo-based fashion designer sister, Teuta Matoshi, Lirika learned firsthand the art of fashion design techniques and how to source luxury fabrics and embellishments as an emerging fashion brand.

Now based in New York City, Lirika Matoshi has expanded to include a wide variety of apparel and accessories. The brand opened a successful pop-up in summer 2018 and its showroom displays all current products. The Lirika Matoshi brand is currently made up of 100% women and operates out of a New York City and a Kosovo factory which Lirika and her sisters started from scratch.

You can find Lirika Matoshi’s pieces worldwide at prestigious retailers including Nordstrom and Free People. Her brand has a wide-ranging celebrity following, and the label has nearly 500k followers on Instagram. The Lirika Matoshi womenswear label is both effortlessly romantic and intrinsically sophisticated—adding a hint of sparkle to any everyday outfit.