How To Launch A fashion business
Daymond John has come a long way from turning a $40 budget into FUBU, a $6 billion fashion game-changer. Throughout his career, Daymond has continued to be an entrepreneur in every sense of the word. He is not only a pioneer in the fashion industry, but a Shark on ABC’s Shark Tank, New York Times best-selling author, branding guru and highly sought after motivational speaker. Most recently, President Barack Obama appointed Daymond a Presidential Ambassador for Global Entrepreneurship, a position focused on promoting the power and importance of entrepreneurship on a global scale.
The story of a self-starter who saw a market and created a product, who found his way into the Magic tradeshow in Las Vegas even though he couldn’t afford a booth, coming away with $300,000 in orders. A true bootstrapper who built an empire from the ground up and now makes more money every year from speaking engagements and book deals than Mr. Mutter can even dream of.
Ralph lauren: How I built a fashion empire
Many fishion designers have dreams of making it big and being financially stable to be able to live out there life long dreams.Here is story of someone who not only made it big, but also changed the whole look on fashion.As the story goes he made it so big that when he was in finacial problems no one knew about it as he seemed too big to fail.
To many Ralph Lauren is a legend by his own right from fighting a life threating illeness to fighting to keep his branding intact and eventually becoming one of the most powerful and unstopable forces in fashion.This is his story.
How i turned a t-shirt into a streetwear empire
The Hundreds is a streetwear brand founded in Los Angeles in 2003 by Bobby Kim and Ben Shenassafar inspired by California culture including punk, hip-hop, skateboarding and surfing. Now sold worldwide and its own stores in the United States, The Hundreds has expanded into a print magazine, footwear and eyewear.