If you've been following me for a while, you might know that I've been writing a 'Basics 101' series for The Fashion Conversation. I've covered a range of topics which help new fashionpreneurs to learn about the industry, including where to start, how to hold a fit session and what you need to know about technical drawings. You can read all of those if you'd like here.
The fifth part of the series came about after a discussion with The Fashion Conversation editor, Kate, who was interested to learn more about how brands create their collections. The article talks about the surprising and little known truth; that great designs often start with great data. You can read 'Basics 101: Using Data to Grow Your Fashion Business' on The Fashion Conversation website, here.
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There are ways to work with your factory to improve the fit and quality of your products. This post gives an introduction to how this process works…
I've collaborated with 'The Fashion Conversation' on another article; ‘Basics 101: Using Data to Grow Your Fashion Business’, to help aspiring designers make it in the fashion industry....
Fabrics are such an important part of the process of having a fashion label and many new or inexperienced entrepreneurs don’t know where to start. In this lesson I share my 2 biggest tips for fabric sourcing.
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