FASHION TOOLKIT

Design. Development. Production

From the office to the backlot, factories to costume houses, let’s simplify procedures to make a lasting impact.

 

Design with a track record

 

“For her third collection, Rhode Island School of Design grad Rose La Grua stuck to her tenets of functional, convertible and comfortable clothes. The best pieces in the monochromatic collection were the knotted and tied linen and cotton tops and jackets. While the pockets designed to hold fresh flowers on some pieces were a literal and cheeky ode to spring that worked well for the runway, their reality is likely limited to the art-gallery dweller, who, La Grua writes in her show notes, is one of her target customers.”

-Marcy Medina, WWD

 

 

The crossroads of design and culture

 

In a world saturated with social media, navigating the bridge between product and consumption is imperative. Styling involves a delicate balance of quick deadlines, knowledge, resourcefulness, and vision.

 

 

Director: Dave Meyers

Head costumer: Julie Matos

Director: Dave Meyers

Head Costumer: Julie Matos

Director: Dave Meyers

Head Costumer: Julie Matos

Director: Dave Meyers

Head Costumer: Julie Matos

Director: Dave Meyers

Head Costumer: Julie Matos

Director: Dave Meyers

Head Costumer: Julie Matos

No matter how small you are, future growth depends on the procedures you implement today.

 

Whether your company has 1 employee or is transitioning into a multi-departmental corporation, procedural oversight can be a huge obstacle for future growth. Streamlining communication between departments, integrating technologies for employee and inventory management, and creating frameworks for measuring success are essential to tracking and maintaining a high functioning corporate structure.

 

 
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ORGANIZE YOUR HARD WORK

Easy production? Keep track of your development!

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Keep your costs in check

Download my free template to make costing a breeze.

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AIMS 360 Tutorial

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Graphics are an essential part of your brand’s identity.

 

Fashion labels are so much more than the clothes themselves. Introducing branded lifestyle elements to your line can increase recognition and is a necessary part of building customer loyalty and reducing attrition. Whether you’re redesigning your logo or creating your first ecommerce site it’s important to explore the various applications and forms your brand identity can take.

 

 
Logos and business cards make a lasting impact. Determine your brand’s essential message.
Carelabels, promos and rack cards are all essential attributes of your brand. They help complete the picture that will keep customers coming back.
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