We’re back with another interview blog and this time we sat down with one of our amazing clients Claudia, the founder of ÉCH apparel. We asked her a series of questions about her rock climbing clothing collection and the story behind the brand.
Activewear is a growing market in the fashion industry, with many people now wearing it on a daily basis as well as going to the gym. We share our top tips to designing a successful activewear line.
Do you want to know what it’s like to start up a business from scratch? We’re giving you an
inside look into starting up a fashion business and creating a clothing collection for the
first time with TAKAII.
So, you want to make 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!
Have you ever wondered how we make a clothing collection? We’ve put a handy guide together that explains it all in detail and some visual diagrams that break down the two main stages – design and manufacturing.
When you say fashion designer, what comes to mind? Drawing and designing amazing sketches all day and attending glamorous events? True this is part of what we do, but at V House of Apparel we do much more than just fashion designing as we offer manufacturing services as well.
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.
Top fashion design and manufacturing terms you need to know when creating a clothing collection.
Did you know that fashion has 52 micro-seasons in just one year? That’s approximately a different season every week! The days of just two fashion seasons a year (summer and winter) are long gone, but why do we have so many now? Fast fashion is the reason why.