Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Kanchan Couture is just about to launch a brand new range of ready to wear clothing under the “Kanch” by Kanchan Couture label.
So we thought now was the perfect opportunity to provide some cool styling tips on one of the eagerly anticipated new products: the new Kanch tee!
Tee’s are a staple wardrobe item for every man, woman and child. Ours are specifically designed for the female form and with different cuts, styles and prints to choose from, you will definitely find one of our tee’s to suit you.
These fabulous tee’s are 100% organic cotton and feature brand new prints from Kanchan Couture, so they deserve some serious attention.
We love the versatility of these new tee’s and we wanted to give you a quick guide to our favourite ways to wear them:
- Over simple black leggings.
- Paired with a denim skirt.
- Over a short black dress.
- With some stylish shorts.
- Worn with jeans.
These styling tips can also be applied to the new "Kanch" hoody. We LOVE all these new items and hope you will too!
Black print tee and white print tee: $700.
Pink/White print tee: $500
Sizes: Small, Medium and Large.
If you would like to come in and try anything on, including these three tees and the new hoody, please get in contact with Kelly to arrange an appointment.
email@example.com or 2117 1782
Monday, April 12, 2010
A new Internet company called Fashion Stake will be launching shortly and it looks like it might significantly shake up the fashion industry. The idea is to use a growing business model called crowd sourcing to enable fashion designers to go directly to consumers for funding and content. Essentially, Fashion Stake will provide consumers with a chance to invest their own money directly into a designer’s new collection, which will help keep the designer’s business afloat; especially useful as funding is scarce after the recent downturn. In return, your investment is exchanged for credits, which can be used to purchase items from the collection. As well as this, consumers can share ideas and thoughts with designers and vote on collections.
The concept is inspired by social media networks such as Twitter and Facebook, enabling consumers to have their own say about fashion, removing the choice from the hands of a team of executives or a third party (the retailer). The joint-founder Daniel Gulati, a student at Harvard Business School, believes his business gives the public the opportunity to develop a more personal relationship with their preferred designers and enables them to provide financial support to products they would like to see produced en masse.
The company’s slogan is ‘democratize fashion’ and it sounds like the founders have cleverly found a way to bypass the retailer altogether and truly bring the freedom of fashion expression to the people. However, it is difficult to know how the designers will react to random outsiders giving them advice and scrutiny. A designer’s aim is to predict future looks that regular people don’t comprehend at the time. Advice from a store Buyer or Creative Director may be called upon and respected but information from strangers may not be what the designers need or want.
As well as this, there have been rumblings about the legality of the business. However, there are always a few hiccups with new businesses (especially when they are developing new concepts) so as long as these get ironed out it could potentially develop into the future of fashion.
I think this is a totally innovative idea to bring fashion to the masses. If it works well then it will be a massive shake up and a revolution for the industry. Designers will no longer need to plead with big sponsors and investors, they can go directly to their fans: the people who would ultimately purchase the products. I think it provides an extremely exciting possibility for both designers and consumers!