Shabby Apple: Emerging Designer Program

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Dresses from Shabby Apple
Love fashion and design? Are you an aspiring designer who wants to launch your creations through a well-known brand?
Well, you are in luck! Shabby Apple has the perfect program for you where not only you can showcase your pure talent when it comes to style and garments, but also can earn during the process. The chosen designers for the program will get to feature their designs in Shabby Apple's website and also earn 40% of the revenue from their designs' sales. Shabby Apple launched this program because they believe and they value one's uniqueness and creativity. They are open to new ideas and designers that create garments with passion.
If you do not have an experience when it comes to manufacturing your own designs, well don't fret! Shabby Apple will be there to assist and guide you in this journey you will partake.
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Here are the steps to apply: 
1. Create at least six designs. Consider fabric, cut, colors and shape. Designs must always have a sleeve, a hemline that hits no higher than the knee and also must show no cleavage at the neckline.You must include at least one blouse and at least one skirt within your design submissions. 
2. Document designs. Designs can be submitted as sketches, CAD drawings, or physical samples. 
3. Name your line and explain your inspiration. 

4. Submit designs and information using the contact form below or by mailing it to:
Shabby Apple Emerging Designers Program

250 W 75th Street #1C

New York, NY 10023 
Once received, your designs will be submitted to the Shabby Apple Design Committee for review. You will be contacted within two weeks of Shabby Apple's receiving your designs. 
(Photo: Confusing Stars for Satellites)
Shabby Apple will be contacting you via email and will inform you of: 
Whether or not you are approved as a Shabby Apple Emerging Designers

Which designs, if any, are approved

What changes need to be made 
Shabby Apple will not produce any of your designs without your consent. If you are approved, Shabby Apple will mentor you to help you produce your own line of clothing. 
Familiarize yourself with the program before applying to avoid any confusion.

So for more information about the Emerging Designer Program, click here.

For more updates:
Visit Shabby Apple's website here.
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So if you have what it takes to be a Shabby Apple's designer, apply now!

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