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Are there fashion show just for tshirt in the UK

Started May 1, 2010 0 Replies

We get to hear loads about fashion show where there are loads ofcouture dress  on the run way and so on, but i just wonder is there areany fashion show for tshirts or causal wear in the uk or any…Continue

 

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london
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I work in fashion
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Welcome to Enoh clothing,we work and design with the hand embriodery\stitch techniques.

please visit: http://enohclothing.etsy.com
http://enohclothing.ning.com
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At 9:38pm on May 13, 2011, christina Jackson said…

hey  check out my design i did online  on my slide on my profile

fellow my blog  please   http://elspotsfashionline.blogspot.com/

im also permoting my fashion line

At 4:59am on May 21, 2010, Renato said…
Enoh, my brother, listen to me.

I hear what your saying about being Niche, but trust me, Niche don't pay the bills! Niche means little orders, little production, high production prices, high fabrication prices, small income! Trust me, seen it, done it and sure its nice to be exclusive but it's not sustainable unless your Niche in multiple countries, now you have volume orders to make it a worthwhile business.
Have a look at ASOS.com, approach them ( the buyer contact details are in my book or i'll just give them to you) Thing is, you need orders one way or another or you'll either end up selling your samples to recoup costs or even worse, just wearing them yourself!
Trust me, in order to attract buyers to your product you have to entice them. We do this with hype be it celeb endorsement, product placement in mags, name dropping other stores we supply etc etc. Forget the exclusivity tip, ultimately you wont be able to sustain it from a production point of view. Your cost basis will be too high.

Rgds
Renato
At 4:50am on May 20, 2010, Renato said…
Enoh,

Have a look at your pricepoints, i think this is why buyers are hesitant. I understand the pieces are hand embroidered with a little beading work but this is readily available on the high street for a lot cheaper. The only way you can command these pricepoints is after the brand is established. Buyers will be afraid to take a risk with you at these pricepoints because your brand is not established. We live in a celebrity culture, if you had a " name" wearing one of your designs, whole different ballgame! Hype creates sales!
I think if i were you i would be looking at my margins to see if i could lower the rrp's to make the styles more attractive to buyers at wholesale.

Rgds
Renato
At 7:16am on May 11, 2010, Renato said…
Hi Enoh,
This is always the initial problem starting out, getting enough buyer support behind you to make it a worthwhile venture. Checkout my website, www.boutiquebuyers.com and grab a copy of the book, its all in there and too much to go into on here.
Its not impossible but will take a focused effort on your part. Dont fool yourself into thinking that because family and friends love what your doing, buyers will do also. In the real world of fashion its highly competitive and you have to follow tried and tested methods to make your brand,your label stand out. Remember, buyers want items that they are confident will sell through for them, they do buy into items they fall in love with but visibility is everything. Dont expect them to come visit your website, it wont happen, they are too busy. Check out my website, get a copy of the book and see how we do it and trust me, we face the same issues when presenting new designers and labels, but we also know the tricks of the trade.
Never say never and never give up. Conviction behing your brand counts for a lot.

Rgds
Renato
At 11:51am on March 30, 2010, Keesha Parsons said…
I am the CEO of MyWardrobe, LLC and we would love for you to become a member of our interactive virtual fashion website www.mywardrobe.org
At 6:06am on November 4, 2009, DRES said…
Hi
yeah im in london...do u have an email ad?..so we can keep in contact
DreS
At 5:52am on November 4, 2009, DRES said…
Hi
where u based?...
DreS
At 6:50pm on November 3, 2009, DRES said…
Hi
nice to meet you..do u have any work samples?....
DreS
 
 
 

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