Carolina Herrera 1
The Venezuelan designer is known for her exquisitely elegant and refined designs. Often referred to as "Fashion's First Lady," Herrera's pieces are popular among celebrities like Sofia Vergara, Camilla Belle, Jessica Alba, and Penélope Cruz.
Oscar de la Renta 2
The Dominican designer has become one of the world's leading fashion icons and is known for using his native country as inspiration for his lady-like garments. One thing's for sure: He definitely knows how to flatter a woman's figure!
Narcisco Rodriguez 3
This Cuban American designer, famous for his clean and minimalistic designs, got his big break after designing the wedding gown for John F. Kennedy Jr.'s wife, Carolyn Bessette back in 1996. But the real buzz started after Michelle Obama wore an edgy red-and-black sheath dress during President Obama's victory speech in 2008.
Isabel Toledo 5
The Cuban American designer rose to fame when First Lady Michelle Obama wore her lemongrass-colored dress at the 2009 Inauguration Ceremony. Since then, she's become one of the hottest and most unique names in American fashion.
Angel Sanchez 6
Born in Caracus, Venezuela, Sanchez worked as an architect for two years before becoming a fashion designer and launching his first bridal collection in 1999. It's no wonder his cocktail dresses and evening gowns contain such cool and contemporary designs.
Carlos Miele 7
Miele loves himself some color! The designer takes inspiration from his native country, Brazil.
Cesar Galindo 8
This Mexican American designer knows how to create dresses with skilled draping like no one else. He loves creating, bold and intricate designs that accentuate a woman's curves.
Christian Cota 9
Referred to as the man "who knows his way around a dress that drapes and dazzles, slinks and shimmers," Cota was inspired by the styles of his Mexican mother and abuela. He was nominated for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund in 2010.