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Amber Heard in Cynthia Rowley

Published on: 26 Apr 2013 in 2011 CFDA Fashion Awards Outfits


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Posted on 28 Feb 2014

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Siddharth says:

Posted on 28 Feb 2014

I have a small fashion label that lachenud last year. To begin, I invested approximately $15,000 in the sewing, fabrics and labor, and another $5,000 in advertising, most of which I do myself. I do not employ a production manager as is insisted on in this book. I do not have a twenty step process that requires a dozen middle-people and unneeded management. It is me- the designer, a contract sewing company and me and my husband doing the advertising. It is hard work, but the point is that doing this, we make very good profits even the first year. If I employed this author's advice, I would have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars (which I do not have) on pretty much nothing. My clothing is sold in the US, UK and by Fall of 2012 we plan to have shops in Panama and Rio De Janeiro.A few notes:I can't sew. I hate sewing. I have a good eye for design and design what I think are great clothes. Others think so too and they buy them.I am not an artist. I have never taken an art class. I use templates and draw clothing over them. Point is, you don't have to be a seamstress or an artist, so don't let that scare you.I basically have no clue what I am doing- and I did it anyway, SUCCESSFULLY. You do NOT need middle-men. You do NOT need to be John Galliano. You do NOT need to have your fashions on the catwalk at Fashion Week in Paris. You DO need to work your ass off. You DO need to be certain that this is what you want to do, because the time/effort/money investment does grow and eat up your resources, but to begin, it's not nearly as cost intensive as this book claims.This book is for those who want to be the next Calvin Klein/Ana Sui/Dolce & Gabana/etc. It's for those that want to take the long way.My advice to you is this:Don't let not knowing what you're doing stop you from doing anything. Have you seen the crap on runways? They don't know what they're doing either.


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Lee says:

Posted on 01 Mar 2014

A. Wang is soo talented! He's my all time faivtore! You gotta check out his new bags..the bag/vest is amazing, as well as the fanny pack purse that looks like its acid washed.


Horacien says:

Posted on 01 Mar 2014

I have to say, that dress is both glamorous and flobauus!As for red, the women in my family believe that everyone has their "shade" of red, whether it be an orange-red, a deep-red, or otherwise. Blair, I think this poppy red would be lovely with your blonde hair. [My sister is a blonde and she looks fantastic in poppy red].

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