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Indie Designers are My Favorite to Work With.

Lauren Tanaka, co-founder of The Sales Concept, a consulting business for fashion designers loves the heart and passion of emerging designers. There is no time in a designer’s career where you get creations that are so personal and truly made from an individual’s vision.

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3 Reasons Why I love working with Emerging Designers

Emerging designers are rare breed. Never in my life have I met such passionate, creative and hardworking individuals.

I always have loved the fashion design process, yet as my career evolved, I ended up working for corporate companies within merchandising in more of an analytical role.  I do recall however the crossroad I took in college when I chose the merchandising route as opposed to the design route.

Being a creative person myself, I always pictured a career in design. However, once immersed into the world of construction, textile science, and pattern making, I soon realized that this wasn’t for me.

As the co-founder of The Sales Concept, I actually get to be involved in both parts of the business which is my true passion. We help independent fashion designers and entrepreneurs grow their fashion business through private consulting and online training courses.

I truly love working with these creative souls and here are three main reasons:

 

1 – A designer who is emerging and hasn’t truly been discovered is something very special. Of course, the designer may not be as excited to not be a household name quite yet, but when you are first starting out in this crazy world of fashion, being an independent designer and being able to call all of your own shots is something one cannot take for granted.

Finding and working with the right emerging designer is like finding a diamond in the rough. These highly ambitious, hardworking and talented entrepreneurs are such an inspiration of what it means to go after your dreams and what you want for your career and life in general.

Through my consulting company The Sales Concept, my business partner and I are able to help emerging designers understand exactly who their core customer is and how they can create specific styles that are targeted to their individual customers and stores where they can sell their designs.

We help them to not only craft their story in order to connect and build relationships with buyers and customers but also the everyday processes that can be overwhelming.

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2 – An emerging designer still has full reign and say over what goes into their brand.
Before investors, before a ton of employees, CEO’s, directors, etc, they are able to truly convey their art and message to the world through their clothing.

When you work with larger companies or designers that have larger teams, it can often be difficult to navigate the politics of who is right/wrong in any given situation. Working with independent designers you can get a yes or no much easier. Emerging designers have more of a business attitude because they are a hustler and entrepreneur at heart.


3 – Design and quality product still is everything when it comes to this business.

One thing I’ve learned through this work is that product is everything. Having a great product that is unique, exciting and has a specific point of view is what buyers and consumers are looking for.  These designers have their own personality in their products in a way that you just don’t see with the larger brands.

If you find a piece by an emerging designer that you love, you really are buying an individual person’s vision. I love helping them grow and refine such a personal vision.
You cannot find this level of heart and drive anywhere else in the fashion world.

 

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Tony Cohen @ AMSTERDAM FASHION WEEK JULY 2016

Amsterdam Fashion Week Spring/:Summer 2017: Tony Cohen Runway + Backstage
Photographer : Giusy de Ceglia

Established and renown Dutch Designer Tony Cohen showed his collection Restrained and Release during Amsterdam Fashion Week SS17. This collection was very personal to him and represented his personal feelings of being stuck versus the feeling and relief of being released and free.

The difference between those feelings was expressed in an elegant and creatively designed all black and white collection. Restrained was expressed in corsets, leather belted waists, material cinched by ribbons, criss-cross material over the neck – and an elegant nod to bondage. Freedom was expressed in loose fitting airy clothes that one could feel how loose, flowing and free one would feel in them just by looking.

Overall a lovely collection that visually captured the two opposite emotions and feelings beautifully and authentically,

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Tony Cohen SS17 - Mercedes-Benz Amsterdam Fashion Week July 2016. Copyright: Giusy de Ceglia

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Tony Cohen SS17 – Mercedes-Benz Amsterdam Fashion Week July 2016. Copyright: Giusy de Ceglia

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Tony Cohen SS17 – Mercedes-Benz Amsterdam Fashion Week July 2016. Copyright: Giusy de Ceglia

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Tony Cohen SS17 – Mercedes-Benz Amsterdam Fashion Week July 2016. Copyright: Giusy de Ceglia

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ILKEKOP @ Amsterdam Fashion Week July 2016

Amsterdam Fashion Week Spring/:Summer 2017: IlkeKop Runway + Backstage
Photographer : Giusy de Ceglia

Brussels based designer IlkeKop – Urban Couture for the Non-Conformist,  brought her high-end youthful collection to the runway this season at Amsterdam Fashion Week. All pieces are produced ethically and locally in Brussels.

According to her website, Ilke Kop describes herself –

 “As an art historian and young fashion designer I aspire to bring a refreshing view on women’s wear. The fun and wonder of fashion are essential to my collections.”

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ILKEKOP SS17 – Mercedes-Benz Amsterdam Fashion Week July 2016. Copyright: Giusy de Ceglia

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ILKEKOP SS17 BACKSTAGE – Mercedes-Benz Amsterdam Fashion Week July 2016. Copyright: Giusy de Ceglia

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ILKEKOP SS17 BACKSTAGE – Mercedes-Benz Amsterdam Fashion Week July 2016. Copyright: Giusy de Ceglia

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ILKEKOP SS17 BACKSTAGE – Mercedes-Benz Amsterdam Fashion Week July 2016. Copyright: Giusy de Ceglia

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ILKEKOP SS17 BACKSTAGE – Mercedes-Benz Amsterdam Fashion Week July 2016. Copyright: Giusy de Ceglia

ILKEKOP SS17 BACKSTAGE - Mercedes-Benz Amsterdam Fashion Week July 2016. Copyright: Giusy de Ceglia

ILKEKOP SS17 BACKSTAGE – Mercedes-Benz Amsterdam Fashion Week July 2016. Copyright: Giusy de Ceglia

ILKEKOP SS17 BACKSTAGE - Mercedes-Benz Amsterdam Fashion Week July 2016. Copyright: Giusy de Ceglia

ILKEKOP SS17 BACKSTAGE – Mercedes-Benz Amsterdam Fashion Week July 2016. Copyright: Giusy de Ceglia

Bound Amsterdam @ Amsterdam Fashion Week July 2016

Amsterdam Fashion Week SS2017: Bound Amsterdam: Runway + Backstage
Photographer : Giusy de Ceglia

Bound Amsterdam designer duo Maras Rejaän Maras and Sheila Lopes Alfonso are an emerging designer team to follow. The two fashion designers debuted their menswear collection during Amsterdam Fashion Week July 2016. Their menswear designs are made with the best Italian fabrics creating clean, minimalist and innovative pieces. Their goal is to fill in  the gap for stylish and fashionable premium menswear.

This current collection is titled “Class of 2017″ after a Japanese Film of the same name. The two are a perfectly balanced pair with Sheila Lopes Alfonso’s background in fashion and business and Maras Rejaän Maras background in graphic design. The two share the same passion for quality and minimal menswear design.

Top Dutch Fashion photographer Giusy de Ceglia takes us both backstage and on the runway during Amsterdam Fashion Week July 2016.

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Preview of Next House of Byfield Collection

As we are in the heart of Amsterdam Fashion Week designers are thrilled to share the collections and designs they have poured their hearts and souls into over the past six months. One of our favorite Amsterdam fashion Designers, Carmichael Byfield for the House of Byfield is giving us a sneak peak of what you can expect to shop on Runway Passport next season.  True to his personality of vibrant and playful patterns, Carmichael Byfield shares his fun and very fashionable photoshoot with us. Be on the look out as these vibrant prints from one of our favorite globally emerging designers will be available shortly in the Amsterdam Boutique.
Photographer : Marc Lambrechts

Models : Charelle Van Dalm, Charissa Onyinye Emanuel, Shanice Shacayna, Cindy Koopmans, Medlon dos Santos, Maurice Muller, Ridgel Ridgel, Jason Hart, Ruben Yigal

Makeup Artist and Hair : Charatsri Chankracharng & Sensi Arce

Stylist / Designer : Carmichael Byfield’

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Duran Lantink Interview with Amsterdam Fashion Week Designer

Fashion Photographer Giusy de Ceglia
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Duran Lantink has presented a stunning collection inspired by “Sistaaz of the Castle”, a project he developed with photographer Jan Hoek about a group of transgender sex workers and their quirky clothing choices in the streets of Cape Town, South Africa.

Outcome of this unique project have been Duran’s collection at Amsterdam Fashion Week and Jan’s photos, which are currently being featured in several exhibitions in Holland and abroad.

The local Cape Town sex workers association S.W.E.A.T. gave Duran Lantink and Jan Hoek the opportunity to meet and collaborate with their transgender support group Sistaazhood. For this project, Duran and Jan zoomed in specifically on six girls they have met there: Coco , Cleopatra, Sulaiga, Gabby, Flavinia, and Joan Collins.

Most of them are homeless and living under a bridge next to the castle of Cape Town. Duran Lantink found his own creative approach to clothes’ making had plenty in common with that of the girls, who use second hand garments often found in the streets to bring beautiful outifits to life.

Duran’s show has brought up deep emotions and even tears in the attending press and public, gaining a standing ovation at the end and becoming a major highlight of the latest Mercedes-Benz Amsterdam Fashion Week edition

HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE INTRODUCED TO RUNWAY PASSPORT’S READERS AND FOLLOWERS?

Of course I would like to be introduced as Duran Lantink. But style wise I think about street couture. I use different recycling methods and collage techniques to represent street style. Who are we? And how do we represent? Of course, nowadays everything is more mixed up – I am looking for the DNA of street ware. Second hand clothes, deserve a second life, for example high-end luxury brands fused with clothes from a trash pile.

HOW WAS YOUR EXPERIENCE AT AMSTERDAM FASHION WEEK AND IN WHICH WAY WAS IT DIFFERENT FROM THE PREVIOUS ONES?

Well, I have to admit this project is the biggest show that I ever created. We had almost 60 models in the show, and several disciplines were combined into one final piece. My collaboration with Jan Hoek was very special to me for realising the project. It gave me the opportunity me to steer in between the different disciplines and categories.

YOUR SHOW HAS BEEN ACCLAIMED BY PRESS AND PUBLIC ALIKE – AND DEEPLY TOUCHED THE AUDIENCE FOR THE STORY BEHIND IT. COULD YOU TELL US MORE ABOUT WHAT INSPIRED IT AND YOUR COOPERATION WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER JAN HOEK? 

We found a photo on the internet of a trans sex worker in South Africa. She dragged us away, because she look really cool. Her clothes were really improvised and raw, but so stunning and creative at the same time. In the end we decided to travel to Cape Town and track down trans sex workers to photograph. Via Sweat, a sex worker advocacy organisation, we met Sulaiga, Gabby, Flavirina, Coco, Cleopatra and Joan Collins. We asked each of them to brainstorm their dream outfits. And I tried to recreate their ultimate fantasy. Then Jan took photo’s of the six in their dream look.

HOW DID THE SHOW AFFECT YOU AT A PERSONAL LEVEL? BEING SUCH AN EMOTIONALLY CHARGED PROJECT, IT MUST HAVE IMPACTED YOU AT DIFFERENT LEVELS.

There has never been a more necessary time than now for such a project. It is shocking on one hand that in Africa the subject is really inappropriate. On the other hand I am happy that the Dutch people took this project so well. It is really double charged. As the fashion show and exhibition will travel to South Africa we really van confront the subject. This subject should not be kept quiet under any circumstances.

HOW DID YOU SELECT THE MODELS FOR THIS SHOW? WE THOUGHT THEY WERE VARIED AND VERY SPECIAL. 

What interests me is multi-cultural or even better said trans-nationalities. To be honest I was really shocked by the fact that most Dutch modelling agencies did not have dark skinned models in their selections. I wonder if the fashion industry will be reconstructed as at the same speed the world turns.

WHAT WENT THROUGH YOUR HEAD RIGHT BEFORE THE SHOW AND RIGHT AFTER?

To be honest I can really enjoy the pressure that roams around backstage. It was like being on a playground with so many characters and types of people. Something magical was going on there: in the few hours of preparation we became a family and we realized that, it was more than fashion. This was the place where al the bits and pieces came together into one pure statement. I was proud of everyone.

EACH LOOK YOU PRESENTED WAS QUITE POWERFUL AND UNIQUE. IS THERE ONE IN PARTICULAR THAT MEANS A LOT TO YOU?

I feel that every single outfit is important to me. The outfits gave the girls the chance to express their world. The world they shared with me and Jan. The looks are not about being extravagant or insane, but about the reflection of personality of the girls.

NOW THAT IT’S ALL OVER, WHAT WAS YOUR FAVORITE PART OF THE PAST WEEK? 

Well, Having my first gin tonic after two months.

Jan and I are fascinated by the overlapping between the models and the trans genders girls from South-Africa. They were all great, at one moment I was trilled because my memory from Cape Town became reality again.

Next year the exhibition and fashion show will travel to South Africa. I am so curious how the project will be accepted in the continent. I leave the others to judge, the only thing we can do is write a new chapter.

Jazz Kuipers Fashion Show @ Amsterdam Fashion Week SS16

Photographer: Giusy de Ceglia 

Emerging Fashion Designer Jazz Kuipers present their show at The Future Generation Show, the closing show for Amsterdam Fashion Week SS16.

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Future Generation: JAZZ KUIPERS – Mercedes-Benz Amsterdam Fashion Week S/S16. Copyright: Giusy de Ceglia

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Future Generation: JAZZ KUIPERS – Mercedes-Benz Amsterdam Fashion Week S/S16. Copyright: Giusy de Ceglia

Emerging Fashion Designers to Watch – Future Generation at Amsterdam Fashion Week SS16

Photographer: Giusy de Ceglia 

The Future Generation Show was the closing show for Amsterdam Fashion Week SS16.

The show was curated by Peter Leferink, the senior teacher at the rewnown Dutch Fashion school AMFI. This show launched two emerging new designers – Jazz Kuipers and Jef Montes.

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