Charles Fredrick Worth was the very first fashion designer in the history of fashion. In the 19th century, he was the first seamster to sew his label into the garments he created.
Before Worth introduced his brand to the Paris audience, clothes were created by anonymous dressmakers and the styles were greatly influenced by the garments worn by royalty. Rose Bertin was a well-known dressmaker in 1700s. She was also referred to as the "Minister of Fashion." She had a considerable effect on the Parisian style, after opening a garment shop in Paris, until it was changed by the French Revolution.