lanvy-nyc left a comment for Sarahhan
"these are really wonderful!! Do you do freelance illustration? what is your rate? please email me at I need some illustrations done for a project"
May 6, 2010
lanvy-nyc left a comment for ItzaFashion by Maritza llc
"Hey Maritza, very best to you. It's a hard road to pave, I wish you lots of luck. If you need production advice, let me know. It's tough having to figure out everything yourself. Best, LanVy"
Jul 10, 2008
lanvy-nyc left a comment for lanvy-nyc
"Hi Kelly. Very nice to meet you.

I was born in Vietnam but had grown up in Southern California. Im mostly a New Yorker now but commute 3 times a year for long stays in VN. The clothes from our line are definitely not the street "custom-made" type.…"
Jul 5, 2008
lanvy-nyc commented on LaShelle Denise, LLC's blog post LaShelle Denise Marketing & PR (Case Studies Wanted)
"Hi La Shelle, I would love to take up the offer on the case study. Please send me your contact so that I can send you my portfolio to view. Let's talk. LanVy"
Jul 4, 2008
lanvy-nyc left a comment for AH
"hello AH. Im a fashion designer with my own sewing facility in Vietnam. Depending on the project, I will accept private label production for new designers. I started my own production because my own designs needed high attention to details and…"
Jul 4, 2008
lanvy-nyc left a comment for Emma Ponsonby
"Business is aweful in the US. Retail market is down...which means consumers become more concerned with price and less concerned with the environment. I had researched and had put together a line of MILK sweaters... but this is now on hold for the US…"
Jul 4, 2008

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  • Hello Dear,

    How is everything with you,I picked interest on you after going through your short profile,I have something very vital to disclose to you,but I found it difficult to express myself here,since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on( the full details.
    Have a nice day.

    Bruno Serra.

  • hello i am jenalynn taboada....i saw your post i know its a little bit late but i just want to know if you still in need of a fashion designer? i am a fashion designer and a college student taking up BS architecture.i am willing to send some samples if you want...hoping for your reply thank the way this is my email add
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  • thank you so much for writing me back, i would love to get as much information that I can from you. Right now i'm looking for that best way for me to get my clothes made, sold and really getting my name out there. i don't really know what my next step... I have my own studio. any information that you can give me it be great
  • Hi Lanvy...
  • welcome to the fashion industry network.

    Glad to see you have already found a few groups of interest to you.

    I see below you have left a message on your own board. If you want to respond to Kelly, you should click the link to "comment back" under her message to you. She may not see the message you left for her on your own board. Clicking the comment back link will bring you to her page where you can leave the reply for her.

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  • Hi Kelly. Very nice to meet you.

    I was born in Vietnam but had grown up in Southern California. Im mostly a New Yorker now but commute 3 times a year for long stays in VN. The clothes from our line are definitely not the street "custom-made" type. We produce high-end, hand-made, mainly organic (for the most part) garments. Unfortunately, it is quite difficult to get many people to take themselves out of the realm of cheap products from VN.

    PS. the 1 pic represents my the feel of my line ..(hadnt had time to properly post )

  • Hey... Love your profile and pic. Have you lived in Vietnam long? I've been there and I had an amazing time. Got a lot of clothes made.
  • The UK retail market is also changing but we are seeing a growing interest in ethical fashion, organic cotton, fair trade ranges etc, especially with the high street stores. I think there are so many high street stores all selling similar items, that as the market drops they are going to need to get creative to compete in the market. The prediction is for a lot more little boutiques to pop up on the UK high streets in the next few years, but also remember the prediction for 40% of all retail spend to be done online by 2012 - you should look into this in the US as if its only four years away now is a great time to get into this market.

    Have you researched where else you might want to look at expanding?

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