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A friend pointed me to this website, and upon checking it out, it looks like a killer opportunity for emerging talent. FadMashion is a website connecting emerging fashion designers with global retailers, fashion enthusiasts, and global media. Designers can create a profile and portfolio, get exposure for their fashion product, and get feedback on and grow their brand. The creators of FadMashion promise a better user experience than other fashion networking sites. If you’re an indie fashion designer and registered on FadMashion, please let me know what you think. I’m interested in hearing about your experience.

I wish everyone in the FadMashion community the best of luck!

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I love this article about Shabby Apple, a dress company inspired by vintage looks, and how the designer launched her business and connected with bloggers to get her message out there inexpensively. The article also covers other strategic hits and misses, things we can all definitely learn from. But founder Athelia Woolley must be doing something right: after being founded in 2007, the company is now doing a profitable 1.4 million in annual sales.

Read the article here on Crain’s New York:

Hits & Misses: Fashioning a winning strategy

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I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: the best long-lived brands think about themselves as a lifestyle. Tory Burch has done this exceedingly well, and in her interview with Ladies Who Launch (available at the link below) credits the lifestyle concept, and following the lifestyle needs of her customers, with being a big part of her brand strategy.  We can learn so much from Tory Burch.  Enjoy!

Meet the lady who Oprah called “the next big thing in fashion.”

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I recently wrote about this topic in my latest business piece for Nolcha.com. When you start a new fashion label and you’re on a shoestring budget, it’s understood that you have to make the most of what you have. But when people are sizing up your brand in the blink of an eye, not only do you have to use every tool to your advantage to get customers to identify with your brand, you have to make those tools work extra hard to meet your strategic goals. This is where hiring the right models comes in. Wanna learn how?  Please read my Nolcha piece here:

The Model Puzzle: Choosing the Right Model to be the Face of Your Brand

Enjoy!

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