Build a Solid Foundation for Your Fashion Line
The Denver Design Incubator’s mission is to support a successful and thriving fashion industry in Denver. The following six workshops in June and July are formatted to meet the needs of emerging designers. Members and nonmembers may register.
Because launching a successful line involves a myriad of considerations, we’re starting the workshop series in June with basics: planning, scheduling, costing and bookkeeping. We want to prepare designers to build a solid structure for their businesses.
On June 8, a Crash Course: Idea to Production initiates a discussion on the Entrepreneur’s Guide to Sewn Product Manufacturing. Carol Engel-Enright, M.S., of the Colorado State University Design and Merchandising program teaches the June 22 workshop on Costing Products and Bookkeeping Basics. For those ready to plan the work to be done, Kristen LittleJohn-Lasker
Piazza, Covello, 50 Dresses, Incroyables, Rachel Marie Hurst, Mondo and Geoffrey Mac presented spring lines at the April 11, 2013 show.
Three of us went to the shows. It was a fun night and we had a lot of favorites, from the attendees of the event, to the designs on stage. We captured our favorite moments here.
Fashion and hair creators collide this Thursday and Saturday as Mondo Guerra joins Geoffrey Mac and a host of hard-working local designers for Denver’s spring fashion weekend.
303 Magazine has advertised a relaunch of its print edition to coincide with the fashion shows, scheduled for April 11 and 13. Editor-In-Chief Jennifer McGlincy said 303 Magazine content will expand to culture, music, lifestyle, food & booze, health & sports, and sex & dating. “I am beyond excited that this issue is featuring our first ever celebrity cover, AnnaSophia Robb,” said McGlincy in a 303 interview.
Buy your Spring/Summer 303 Magazine + Denver Fashion Week ticket for $30 here.
Mondo has continued to capture the imagination of the fashion world with his innovative style and bold designs. Mondo’s capsule collection for Neiman Marcus and exclusive eyewear collection for SEE will be available later in 2013.
New York based designer Geoffrey Mac has developed a distinct and unmistakable aesthetic of clothing and jewelry His designs feature an unexpected but timeless mash-up of futurism and vintage eras.
The Denver Design Incubator studio space is reorganized and polished up for spring!
Join us for Free Studio Time on Wednesdays and check out the spacious, productive space at 2040 Clay Street in Denver.
Membership levels start at $60 a month
Expanded Member Storage: 1.5′ x 2′ x 3′ lockers
Advance your line with:
- 2 straight stitch machines
- 2 sergers
- 1 walking foot
- 1 coverstitch
- 1 blind hemmer