When your passion for sneakers makes you fall in love with an industry that will soon make your dreams come true.
Take a look at Angel’s journey to success. He went from a boy who loved sneakers to creating his own brand and making what once was just a dream, a reality.
Behind every garment, there is a talented artisan who worked hard to make it. That's why we want you to get to know the artisans responsible for bringing your designs to life.
Meet Raffaele, an independent artisan who followed his dream and found success on the way!
Fabric, a term you are going to encounter a lot if you are in the fashion industry. If I ask you to tell me what fabrics are, you will say "easy, it's what we use to make a garment, right?!" Now, what if I ask you to tell me what a fiber is, or to tell me the difference between a fabric and a fiber. Would you be able to answer that?
Did I lose you there? Don’t worry, many people get confused with these two terms, but once you understand each of them it will be easier. Keep reading and I will explain the difference between fabrics and fibers!
Picture the beautiful scenes of Southern Italy, to be specific Naples, there lived a family of four. The mother a boutique owner, the father owned another and the son grew around luxury apparel artisans and manufacturers, where his parents bought the merchandise for their boutiques.
As he grew up, he would go with his backpack to these artisans and manufacturers and buy the extra merchandise left behind by designers such as Versace and Dolce & Gabanna. As he grew up he noticed that the family owned manufacturing factories were closing down. He became passionate about finding a solution to keep these family owned apparel manufacturing companies open.
At MakersValley, we are extremely proud of our Italian artisans. We have created this Artisan Spotlight series to feature our artisans so you may get to know who will be making your custom products. As part of Artisan Spotlight, you will meet Luisa and read about her story and her advice to you and for your business.
Whenever someone thinks of fashion design, the first thing that comes to mind is glamour and sparkle, but in reality there’s more to it. In order for that sparkly outfit to end up in your closet, there is a process that has to happen.
Fashion, like any source of culture, is a great jigsaw puzzle! You just need to put all the pieces together in order to get a unique product.
Over the last couple of months, MakersValley has been working in the beautiful island of Puerto Rico. Our company was selected for Parallel 18, the island’s most innovative startup accelerator program. Even though our time here is coming to an end, we can’t forget that they've taught us to #WorkHardPlayTropical.
At MakersValley, our team is like family, which is why we want you to get to know the artisans responsible for bringing your designs to life. In this blog post, we're going to showcase the journey of Carmine.
Carmine is the owner of a manufacturing company that makes mens and womens fashion clothing. With a lot of dedication, he was able to grow his business from a small studio to a successful manufacturing company.
You are a designer. You are a boutique owner. You are a fashion student. You have a dream... seeing your name or the name of your brand on the tag of a piece you designed and selling it. How many times have you thought about it? Does it intimidate you because it seems like a daunting task to design, produce and sell your designs? We understand that, when boutiques and designers come to us they expect the production process to be one filled with scary price structures, many strategic planning variables such as locations, timing and order sizes. The good news is that here at MakersValley, we make it simple for you. We are here to help you achieve your dream, by connecting you with good quality and affordable manufacturers who can manage any minimum size order and we also manage the relationships with the our italian artisans and manufacturers. Ok, you like what you’re reading, but you are probably asking yourself ‘What do I have to do?’ with these three easy steps you will be well on your way to start designing, producing and selling your private label.