Top 10 Designer Brands to Buy (If You Win The Lottery)

Ever thought about what you would buy if you won the lottery? It’s something that I find myself pondering a lot, strangely enough! We’re all allowed to dream, right?

That’s a hypothetical question that every one of us has thought every once in a while, and it’s actually quite nice to get yourself lost in planning.

Does anyone remember the famous story of Vivian Nicholson and her mega-million shopping spree? Her husband had won the lottery in 1961, and it didn’t take long for her to go straight to designer shopping to spend a fair share of the cash. Expensive designers’ brands, jewellery, coats, and many other luxurious items were bought after winning the $3 million jackpot.

I like to think I’d save a bulk of it for more sensible things, along with gifting to family. But I definitely would splurge on designer timeless classics, too. I mean – why not?

So, what are the famous luxurious designers’ brands that we should buy if we won the lottery? Talking from a quality and timeless aspect, here’s the list of the top 10 designer brands to buy if you win the lottery:


Gucci is a top luxury fashion designer brand, even today in 2020. Its product line includes shoes, ready-to-wear fashion, handbags, fragrances, makeup, home decoration, and accessories. Having a brand value of $9 billion, the Italian designer brand is one of the top selling brands. Moreover, its bold and maximalist aesthetic products are what you need to buy if you won the lottery.

Gucci bags have become quite iconic, and I’ll be honest – I’m already saving for a Gucci baby changing bag for when my baby is here, but it’s gonna take me a looooong time I reckon!


Chanel, founded in 1909 by a former singer and designer, is a privately owned French luxurious brand. Its products includes handbags, clothes, makeup, fragrances, and watches. However, the brand is most famous for the iconic “Chanel suit,” “little black dress,” and the Chanel No. 5 perfume. With the $8.16 billion brand worth, Chanel is one of our top 10 designer brands. And if I won the lottery, you know where I would be heading over to…

Louis Vuitton:

The famous LV monogram is on most people’s lists for what they would like to get if they won the lottery, and for good reason. The famous luxurious French brand creates a vast list of great products, including jewellery, luxury luggage, ready-to-wear for men and women, bags, shoes, belts, leather goods, sunglasses, and stationery. With a $25.53 billion brand value, Louis Vuitton has named the best luxury brand for six consecutive years from 2006 to 2012.



Hermes International S.A. enjoys fame for its timeless classics. Hermes is a French high-end luxury brand with a century-long history. Hermes, most famous for luxury brands, also produces a range of ready-to-wear clothing and jewellery, footwear, fragrances, watches, homewares, stationery, and its world well-known silk scarves.

Its brand value is $25.78 billion, and a must-buy designer product if you won the lottery. It tends to be more for those who don’t like flashy logos, but more muted, subtle flashes of designer labels.


French designer brand Christian Dior SE or Dior was widely famous among European royalties in the mid-twentieth century, founded in 1946. However, many designers of today still draw great inspiration from the brand. Its products span across jewellery, women’s clothing, handbags, sunglasses, cosmetics, fragrances, skin products, and footwear.

Having a $2.46 billion brand value, the brand is one of the most luxurious around – ideal to spend at if you won the lottery.

Victoria’s Secret:

Victoria’s Secret is an American clothing brand, lingerie, and beauty store known for high visibility marketing, followed by a yearly fashion show with supermodels styled Angels.

The brand is one of the most luxurious and seductive, with $5.59 billion brand worth. It’s not always classed as designer as it’s prices are more affordable, but let’s be honest, it’s expensive for underwear!


Burberry is a British extravagant fashion brand, founded in 1856, headquartered in London. It currently designs ready to wear, including leather goods, trench coats, fragrances, footwear, eyewear, cosmetics, and fashion accessories. Having $6.77 billion brand value, its signature ‘check pattern’ men’s jacket is the most popular. For us ladies, it’s classic trench coat is the perfect splash buy item.


Mario Prada founded one of the most notable fashion brands, the Italian luxury brand Prada in 1913. The world-renowned designer brand specialises in ready-to-wear clothing for women and men, leather handbags and accessories, shoes, cosmetics, and fragrances.

If I could shop here, the first thing I’d opt for is a few pairs of Prada designer sneakers and a classic Prada handbag. Pure quality…


Fendi, an Italian luxury fashion brand, is the new high celebrity adopted brand of 2020. Supermodel sisters Gigi Hadid and Bella are also leading promoters of the Italian brand and frequently storm the catwalks for Fendi’s fashion week exhibition. The luxury brand products in the line are ready-to-wear clothing for both men and women, fur, small leather goods, shoes, handbags, fragrances, watches, and sunglasses.

A timeless Fendi bag is one most designer lovers want lists, and it’s sure on mine!

Dolce & Gabbana:

Dolce & Gabbana, founded in 1985 by Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce, creates a wide range of fashion products with clothing, footwear, sunglasses, handbags, watches, perfumes, jewelry, and cosmetics, with the brand worth of $3.07 billion in 2016. In recent years, the brand went into various public controversies; however, its extravagant and aesthetic products are a go-to if you won the lottery.

Final thoughts

Despite economic uncertainty amid pandemic, the luxurious fashion designer brands’ growth continues to multiply than various other industries. Many of which are too extravagant for most of us, me included, however they seem to tick over every year, with people saving up to make a lavish purchase.

Best get putting on the lottery for this weekend!

Facebook Twitter Email

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Anti-spam question : * Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Powder Rooms

Powder Rooms