Tag Us With Your Copy.


    Tag us with your copy of the Fashion Designer’s Resource Book for a chance to be featured. The FDRBook is currently 10% off – bit.ly/PickUpFashionDesignersResourceBook.

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    To Build A Successful Label, You’ll Have To Think Like An Entrepreneur From The Start.


    “To build a successful label, you’ll have to think like an entrepreneur from the start. That means understanding how a business works and putting together a plan that lays out short-term, medium-term and long-term goals. Once your company is up and running, build solid relationships with manufacturers, buyers, and investors by being consistently reliable and honest about what you’re doing.” – Hattie Crisell from @fashionista_com. Read more about building a successful fashion label in the Fashion Designer’s Resource Book.

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    “The concept of sketching designs was established around the late 1800s when design houses would hire artists to draw designs to be shown to clients (in this case individuals/customers). The design houses would work from the artists’ sketch to make clothing the client liked. This process saved money in the long run by introducing designs through illustration instead of showing a completed garment on a model to customers first.” – @IAm_Samata. Read more in the Fashion Designer’s Resource Book, Chapter 3: Being A Fashion Designer.

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    Building A Career In The Fashion Industry.


    “After you have taken a good, close look at the industry and decided that you want to build a career within it, you might start to feel rather overwhelmed about exactly where to begin your journey. The comforting truth is that there is more than one way to get where you want to be.” – @IAm_Samata. Read more in the Fashion Designer’s Resource Book, Chapter 2: Venturing In.

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    One To One Virtual Brand and Business Consultations.


    FDRBook author, @IAm_Samata is offering one to one virtual brand and business consultations for emerging designers. If you’re an emerging fashion designer or brand and seeking advice, contact us through the FDRBook Instagram profile for rates.

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