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FUN collection by London designer Jacquemus!

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Seven key steps to making a fashion business successful with today’s Market.

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Stella McCartney is the perfect role model for young fashion entrepreneurs, says a report by the British Fashion Council
A model with a Stella McCartney creation at last year's Paris fashion week.
 A model with a Stella McCartney creation at last year’s Paris fashion week. Photograph: WireImage
 Young British designers should emulate Silicon Valley and Stella McCartney and view the launch of a fashion brand as an entrepreneurial venture – not solely a creative endeavour – according to a report published today by The British Fashion Council. Titled Commercialising Creativity – Creating a Model for Success for British Fashion Designers, the paper claims that there is a dearth of guidance available to fashion designers starting their own businesses, an anomaly in an industry that employs almost 800,000 people and makes £26bn annually.

“Our ambition is that future generations of designers will understand how to create a business plan and source investment in the same way the tech industry does,” said BFC CEO Caroline Rush. Rush added that the findings would help young designers “evaluate the kind of business they want to be and the questions they should be addressing from the start.” Continue reading


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John Galliano found “guilty” of making anti-Semitic slurs

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Flamboyant fashion designer John Galliano was found guilty Thursday on charges of making anti-Semitic comments against at least three people in a Paris cafe.The French court gave him a suspended fine of 6,000 euros ($8,415) but he was not sentenced to jail time. The plaintiffs were awarded one symbolic euro each. Aurelien Hamelle, Galliano's lawyer, told CNN he was not surprised by the verdict. He said the designer was happy it was all over and wants to put the whole episode behind him. Galliano was not present at the trial because he didn't want to face the media, his lawyer added. The designer could have faced up to six months in jail and a fine of 22,500 euros ($32,410), prosecutors said before the verdict. -- catch up on this latest HEREFlamboyant fashion designer John Galliano was found guilty Thursday on charges of making anti-Semitic comments against at least three people in a Paris cafe.The French court gave him a suspended fine of 6,000 euros ($8,415) but he was not sentenced to jail time. The plaintiffs were awarded one symbolic euro each. Aurelien Hamelle, Galliano’s lawyer, told CNN he was not surprised by the verdict. He said the designer was happy it was all over and wants to put the whole episode behind him. Galliano was not present at the trial because he didn’t want to face the media, his lawyer added. The designer could have faced up to six months in jail and a fine of 22,500 euros ($32,410), prosecutors said before the verdict.
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John Galliano found “guilty” of making anti-Semitic slurs

©Courtesy of ‘THIS JUST IN’ @ CNN.com

Flamboyant fashion designer John Galliano was found guilty Thursday on charges of making anti-Semitic comments against at least three people in a Paris cafe.The French court gave him a suspended fine of 6,000 euros ($8,415) but he was not sentenced to jail time. The plaintiffs were awarded one symbolic euro each. Aurelien Hamelle, Galliano’s lawyer, told CNN he was not surprised by the verdict. He said the designer was happy it was all over and wants to put the whole episode behind him. Galliano was not present at the trial because he didn’t want to face the media, his lawyer added. The designer could have faced up to six months in jail and a fine of 22,500 euros ($32,410), prosecutors said before the verdict. – catch up on this latest HEREFlamboyant fashion designer John Galliano was found guilty Thursday on charges of making anti-Semitic comments against at least three people in a Paris cafe.The French court gave him a suspended fine of 6,000 euros ($8,415) but he was not sentenced to jail time. The plaintiffs were awarded one symbolic euro each. Aurelien Hamelle, Galliano’s lawyer, told CNN he was not surprised by the verdict. He said the designer was happy it was all over and wants to put the whole episode behind him. Galliano was not present at the trial because he didn’t want to face the media, his lawyer added. The designer could have faced up to six months in jail and a fine of 22,500 euros ($32,410), prosecutors said before the verdict.
catch up on this latest HERE