Apparel Design Quotes

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Take care of your costume and your confidence will take care of itself.
Amit Kalantri (Wealth of Words)
With right fashion, every female would be a flame.
Amit Kalantri (Wealth of Words)
It's time to shop high heels if your fiance kisses you on the forehead.
Amit Kalantri (Wealth of Words)
Fashion doesn't make you perfect, but it makes you pretty.
Amit Kalantri (Wealth of Words)
Pantaloons were often worn tight as paint and were not a great deal less revealing, particularly as they were worn without underwear. . . . Jackets were tailored with tails in the back, but were cut away in front so that they perfectly framed the groin. It was the first time in history that men's apparel was consciously designed to be more sexy than women's.
Bill Bryson (At Home: A Short History of Private Life)
Any girl with a grin never looks grim.
Amit Kalantri (Wealth of Words)
You cannot choose your face but you can choose your dress.
Amit Kalantri (Wealth of Words)
Dresses won't worn out in the wardrobe, but that is not what dresses are designed for.
Amit Kalantri (Wealth of Words)
Dresses don't look beautiful on hangers.
Amit Kalantri (Wealth of Words)
An old fashioned outfit is not a costume, it's a comedy.
Amit Kalantri (Wealth of Words)
The absolute success of these two movements is such that at this stage, "indie" and "yuppie" are meaningless designators. The yuppie aesthetic of connoisseurship has infiltrated everywhere and now there is only--for many of us--either luxury gelato or food made of chemical waste. Ikea, Martha Stewart, and Whole Foods make yuppiedom no longer a chic and extravagant choice but an enforced mode. It's either that or eat at a toxic toilet such as McDonald's. The indie aesthetic is likewise de rigueur. H&M, Urban Outfitters, and American Apparel sell the floppy "Brit on a holiday" look to all Americans. Radiohead and Arcade Fire music is blasted from speakers at stadiums. For many poor souls, there is no alternative to the alternative.
Ian F. Svenonius (Censorship Now!!)
In wonderful savageness live the nation of the Fennians, and in beastly poverty, destitute of arms, of horses, and of homes; their food, the common herbs; their apparel, skins; their bed, the earth; their only hope in their arrows, which for want of iron they point with bones. Their common support they have from the chase, women as well as men; for with these the former wander up and down, and crave a portion of the prey. Nor other shelter have they even for their babes, against the violence of tempests and ravening beasts, than to cover them with the branches of trees twisted together; this a reception for the old men, and hither resort the young. Such a condition they judge more happy than the painful occupation of cultivating the ground, than the labour of rearing houses, than the agitations of hope and fear attending the defence of their own property or the seizing that of others. Secure against the designs of men, secure against the malignity of the Gods, they have accomplished a thing of infinite difficulty; that to them nothing remains even to be wished.
Tacitus (Germania)
Yink in Trinidad for clothing is first online apparel customization company, which launch their own brand, design, color fit of apparel for both men and women.
Yink
Despite all the chaos, and the inefficiency of manufacturing and shipping in small batches, Zara’s gross margins continue to exceed those of its competitors H&M (55 percent) and Gap (29 percent). That’s because all that inefficiency incurred in the pursuit of speed allows Zara to avoid one of the biggest drags on gross margin for almost any apparel company—overstock of designs that failed to sell. Ortega devised this model when he was sixteen years old—don’t order inventory and hope it sells; instead, figure out what people want, and then make it.
Reid Hoffman (Blitzscaling: The Lightning-Fast Path to Building Massively Valuable Companies)
The Trade Scatto Short Sleeve Jersey is the perfect blend of aerodynamic and technical fabrics. This jersey takes advantage of the fabrics and features from our FR-C collection combined with the fit of our Silver Line Jersey. The materials utilized are ideal for the sublimation process, providing Giordana's Designers and design partners with a high tech canvas on which they can create a wide range of graphics with impeccable detailing. This is what makes The Trade Category of Garments so much fun. Unique sublimated graphics help you stand out from your local group ride, crit, or gran fondo while enjoying the comfort and performance you'd expect from a Giordana Garment Tech Specs: • Gi27: front and side panels • Asteria 2.0: sleeves and shoulders • Doubled Asteria 2.0 arm cuffs • Host Carbon: back panel to support the pockets and prevent sagging • Two reflective strips along the centre jersey pocket • Gripper elastic at waist • CamLock Zipper • Fourth zippered pocket
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Colors and Designs - Trends for Toddlers - Motheringo The summer collections this year are flooded with all the bright colors perfect for the summer look. Offering miscellaneous colors from blues and pinks to corals and mints, the basic colors of black and white would never go out of style. The clothing is enhanced with the use of multiple textures, animal prints, and graphics, from the sparkly sequins to the knits, velvets, and denims, making sure your little one is dressed in a convenient yet trendiest of attires. Another element of cuteness that is enchantingly loved by the young toddlers are the intricate yet bold appliques of characters and graphics on the shirts and dresses. From having the ears or tail protruding out, or the frills with a 3-D texture, young kids are fond of such sensory elements in their apparel.
Abbe Kaya
Her friends had scheduled Cecily an appointment with Madam Chantal, London’s most expensive dressmaker, and quickly endeavored to commission Cecily an entirely new wardrobe. She had since spent countless hours in the French woman’s boutique being measured, pinned, dressed, and fussed over. She’d even shared some of her own design ideas with the modiste, and together she and Madam Chantal were integrating them into her new apparel. In between these lengthy appointments, the young ladies had patronized numerous other shops to purchase all manner of accessories. It was in one particularly pricy jewelry store where Cecily had come across Flavion making the purchase for Miss Cunnington.
Nancy Yeager (Dancing with Desire: a Series Starter Collection)
ClothingLowPrice store, all the t-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, tank tops, mug that you could be looking for. With a best 7 of Sport, movies, characters, quotes… ClothingLowPrice is an exclusive store for the world’s best animal themed apparels such as lion, donkey, mouse and so on. ClothingLowPrice Shop makes sure to offer customers the high-quality trendy apparels yet budget-friendly products as well as excellent customer service you can’t find anywhere else. We understand what ClothingLowPrice Shop takes to make your shopping experience a joy; that’s why we do everything we can to make sure you get not only the best prices, but the best service too. In fact, there is 75% of the designs produced by our artists, but 25% of the awesome design ideas come from you, our customers. Hence, if you think you’ve got a great idea, please send us your idea design via support@clothinglowprice.com and there’s a good chance that you will be able to wear your coolest thoughts.
clothinglowprice
Malook – Women’s Pret Clothing Brand is an upcoming fashion label founded by Shazia Ovais. Malook is a tribute to the strong, multifaceted beauty of today’s woman and its delicately crafted apparel designs aim to balance an intrinsic sense of feminity with avant-garde innovation.
MALOOK
Looking for apparel that’s both comfortable and stylish can be tough, and finding unique designs is even tougher. That’s where Kawagift comes in.
Kawagift
purpose is to keep the company’s identity coherent and recognizable. The visual identity of the company is made out of: ☐ A logo (the main symbol of the business); ☐ Stationery (letterhead, business cards, envelopes etc.); ☐ Marketing materials (flyers, brochures, books etc.); ☐ Products and packaging (products and the packaging in which they go to the client); ☐ Apparel design (clothing items that are worn by employees); ☐ Signage (both interior and exterior design); ☐ Messages and actions (messages sent using indirect or direct means of communication); ☐ Anything else that is representative for the business.
Josh Cooper (Logo Design - How to Create Logo That Stands Out)
By the mid-1800s, mass-manufacturing of commercial goods was well established, and for the first time in history, ready-to-wear apparel was easily accessible for the populations of Europe and North America.
Denis Antoine (Fashion Design: A Guide to the Industry, the Creative Process)
Oh, honey. How are you?” Lydia Blankenship pulled her sunglasses from her face. “Today has to be so hard for you.” Ginny Rush nodded. “But just look at you. Aren’t you the cutest thing in that blue shift. Vera Wang?” She shook her head. “QVC.” The trio looked at her like she’d grown an extra head. “The television shopping network,” she explained. “They carry a lot of designer apparel.” The women exchanged worried glances. “Oh? I didn’t know that. I—we’ll have to check that out, won’t we girls?” Lydia patted her arm before slipping her glasses back in place.
Kellie Coates Gilbert (Sisters (Sun Valley, #1))