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The promotional video for the service pitches the idea like this (translated from Portuguese): “When they go clothes shopping, women always feel insecure and want a second opinion.
Based outside of Washington, DC in Stafford, Virginia, Tina Dean Designs is owned by Tina Dean Allen.
Unique Hype Collection, is in the business of buying clothing from the skate-inspired men’s fashion brand Supreme at retail prices, waiting until the items have sold out at Supreme’s physical stores and online shop, and then putting those items up for sale in the mall and on eBay at significant markups.
In 2001, Johnny Earle dropped out of music college after just two weeks.
“It goes back to high school in 2009,” said Krass, “I played lacrosse with Sam and we just started hanging out and talking about how cool it would be to start a clothing company.”
Maybe the biggest inspiration the duo had was the success apparel company, Vineyard Vines was having in 2008 and 2009.
Kitsy Lane is the first and only social commerce platform that enables anyone to open their own fashion boutique—from college students and stay-at-home moms, to fashion bloggers, stylists, celebrities, and even the fashionista next-door—as the Kitsy Lane Platform harnesses the power of their social networks to sell exclusive pieces from emerging jewelry and accessories designers.
The idea is simple — SwitchFlops are sandals with interchangeable straps.
A Sheila’s dream, this established Aussie retail boutique right outside of Melbourne’s business district is looking for a new owner.
The first time the brakes went out in her trailer/store, Joey Wolffer ran a stoplight and worried what would happen to her high-end accessories inside.
David and Teresa Grim have brought a coastal craze to Stillwater with their shop The Fashion Mobile.