Disrupting the market with their new chalking technology, we interview one of our amazing clients ÉCH Apparel.
We specialise in creating bespoke activewear collections, so we thought we’d share our top tips to designing a successful activewear line.
We’re introducing a new type of blog where we feature our amazing clients. This week we are proud to introduce TAKAII.
So, you want to create a clothing collection but how many items should you make? The golden question is how much is too little and how much is too much? We’re here to help you answer this!
We’ve been getting a lot of questions about how we make a clothing collection, so we thought we’d make a handy guide that explains it all and some visual diagrams that break down the two main stages.
When you say fashion designer, what comes to mind? Drawing and designing amazing sketches all day and attending glamorous events? We want to strip back the glamorous veil of the fashion industry and tell you what it’s really like to work in fashion and what we do on a daily basis.
So, you’ve designed and made your clothing collection, but now what do you do? The next step is marketing. Not everyone has a background in marketing, which is why we’re here to give you 5 handy tips to market your clothing collection on social media.
The notorious music festival Coachella has set a high bar for summer 2019 festival trends; from biker shorts and sequins to neon and transparency. Here is the low-down of what Coachella had to offer and how activewear is taking on these festival vibes.
If I said to you MOQ, CMT or PCS, would you have any idea what they stand for? If so, then this will just be a little refresher for you, but if not then get ready to learn some fashion design and manufacturing terminology.
As the seasons change, so do the trends and this has a big impact on launching your own activewear collection or simply deciding what clothes to buy. We recently went to London fashion week and got an inside look into what’s going to be hot this AW19/20.