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Hey Seattle up-and-coming fashion designers! On May 19, Luly Yang, Seattle’s very own couture rockstar, will be giving a free informative talk about how she turned her passion into a successful business. I mean, a really, REALLY successful business. Juicy info that every fashion entrepreneur could learn from, no? For time and location information, please go to UW’s Professional and Continuing Education website.

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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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Over and over again, I hear about entrepreneurs in fashion and footwear who leap ahead by solving a problem in the marketplace, by filling a market niche that nobody else has served. Cause Han, founder of See Kai Run footwear for children, did this and is now a smashing success. How can you apply this to your business?

Read about her story here on Ladies Who Launch: http://www.ladieswholaunch.com/magazine/cause-haun-see-kai-run/4763

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