How to Avoid Fabric Hoarding So You Only Buy Fabric That You Will Actually Use Fabric hoard much? You know who you are. If you create and sell products, you probably buy too
Wow, Saturday was a great day. I participated in a full day Workshop for startup fashion designers at Mood Fabrics NYC (you know the one, from Project Runway?). Since you couldn't
I knew I was missing business. My shop was really booming, the holidays were fast approaching, and my boutique was low on inventory. I always hated it when I KNEW I could sell more
Get in the Hot Seat! I'm looking for 2 designers who want to comeon the line with me during my next free Webinar, "What to Say to a Retail Buyer – The “Script” You Can Use".
I got to talking to a group of designers the other day and the conversations turned to their Spring 2013 collections. It's that time of year again. Seems like every fashion
Q: "I'm doing a little research for my children's clothing line and want to put together a short trend report to show my investors that embellishments in kids clothing are "in"
Last week I read a terrific blog post from Seth Godin called, "The Tyranny of Low Price". I absolutely love Seth's blog and I wish I was about a quarter as smart and insightful as
Retail buyers don't really care too much about your design inspiration, your process, your training etc.. What do they care about? Watch the video now. Did you like this video?
"What the %&#@ do I say on Twitter?" That's the question I got last week during a VIP Intensive Day. I know how my client feels because I used to feel the exact same