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The world of fashion ranks fourth on the list of most environmentally damaging industries. It makes up for a whopping 10% of humanity’s carbon emissions! Seeing such a beautiful art form cause so much destruction caused me to rethink how I dress.
That’s why we launched CLARA 8A (Clara Ochoa), to provide fashion-lovers with a colorful wardrobe they can be proud of!
Our goal is to become the world’s #1 ethical clothing brand. We design colorful outfits & unisex clothing with one-of-a-kind patterns & ethical textiles. They’re all made in-house using recycled bottles (they look better on us than in the ocean!)Read On
All the genderless accessories are designed and handcrafted in the East London atelier, where we strive for quality and originality, expressed through refined craftsmanship in the construction of tribal leather and metallic accessories.
Each collection is inspired by ancestral symbols of Renewal, Regeneration, and Spiritual Realization infused with an avant-garde metallic design. Our fashion have a relaxed and underground edge, to help you feel at ease while you space travel between Galaxies and while you float in the City
Born in Parma, Italy, Beatrice is a self-taught, multidisciplinary artist trained in leather saddlery and metalsmithing. She first started designing and making costumes for independent theatres in Bologna, alongside her studies in Cinema at the cult DAMS University. Her travels across the world and deep interest for ancient cultures and mythology merge into the futuristic fashion brand which focuses on design excellence, expert craftsmanship, and sustainability in the making process.
Her fashion adventure in London began with designing and constructing ear-cuffs and within a year she challenged herself to expand into leather accessories with an innovative style and unique yet minimalistic aesthetic. The dream for the future is to continue revolutionising accessories for men, women and everyone in between, that want to stand out and look for that special memorable piece.Read On
Classicharms is a designer fashion brand established in Canada in 2021. It is the result of a balanced combination of the creative and real worlds, working together towards the powerful statement of empowering women and treating themselves to everyday luxury. Classicharms always hopes to bring positivity and optimism during the current and potentially challenging times. Classicharms dedicates our creations to the individuality and brilliance of modern women around the world who shares an equal passion for ethical semi-fine jewelry.
Our unique design combines a contemporary sense with a classic vintage twist to bring out your inner feminine, sophistication, elegance, personality, and confidence.
Minimalist /Quality / Timeless / Conscious living / Minimalist design and high-quality products create our timeless Classicharms Jewelry.
Classicharms stands for our point of view: We should have concerns about the environment and social impact when we make purchasing decisions. Buying less & buying better to re-evaluate our lifestyle.
Made to measure garments are constructed to fit each customer individually. Based on a few body measurements we can customize one of our pre-existing patterns to create something that you have in mind, or we can surprise you with a whole new design just for you. Depending on the order it usually takes us 1-3 weeks to develop a custom-made garment. You can come to us with a fabric of your choice, or you can pick one of the fabrics that we have available here at the atelier.
Natalija Jansone’s outfits are like a Haiku in the language of fashion – elegant, reserved and as precisely cut as precious stones. Hand sewn using all natural materials. The collection is made of fabrics from the best manufacturers in Italy. The clothes use 100% wool and cashmere. Almost all products are elastic, which provides complete comfort when wearing them.Read On
Inspired by two juxtaposed realities – the literal, conscious reality and the metaverse; menswear label BRVN launches
their latest SS23 collection, an emotional and almost psychedelic virtual reality.
These realities combined with BRVN’s progressive construction techniques and tech-wear knowledge, provide a new
take on everyday casualwear.
BRVN’s heritage stems from true pioneers of military uniform and technical workwear. This season the brand elevates
their tech-wear offering further producing fresh, vibrant and functional designs, featuring their sustainable, premium
SS23 is energetic and bold with a varied palette of pastel lilac and white, mixed with vivid red, blue, black and orange.
Undoubtedly, there is an abundance of BRVN’s signature artwork including their geometric and latest logomania
prints used as a tesilation of patterns on cotton jersey polos and poplin or silk shirts.
Their holographic and ethereal digital designs are placed on Supima cotton ‘lazer ripped’ t-shirts or cotton and
bamboo hoodies. Twill shorts utilise the latest in enzymatic washing and sustainable dying techniques, using zero
chemicals or water in the process.
‘Military Mesh’ is used throughout the collection; from details such as therma-glued pockets and panelling to whole
garments. In a military setting, this spacetec fabric is used to form ballistic vests and bullet-proof clothing. This allows
for long-lasting functionality, utilising Coolmax Fresh Fx fibres that actively suppress the growth of bacteria leading to a feeling
of permanent freshness.
How to become a fashion designer:
Becoming a fashion designer requires a combination of education, creativity, and hard work.
Here are some steps you can take to become a fashion designer:
How to find a good fashion agent:
How to attend to fashion shows and trade shows:
Attending fashion and trade shows can be a great way to showcase your designs, network with industry professionals, and gain exposure for your business, even if you’re just starting out.
Here are some tips on how to attend fashion and trade shows even if your business isn’t popular yet:
How to get in touch with a fashion agency:
Getting in touch with a fashion agent can be a great way to jumpstart your career in the fashion industry.
Here are some steps to follow to contact a fashion agent: