Portland, Oregon (PRWEB) November 23, 2011
Despite poor economic conditions, 21-year-old college student Max Marvin has had success with the launch of the new stylish urban backpack company Bare Creations.
Frustrated by the lack of simple, sophisticated backpacks available, Marvin set out to design a collection that would finally graduate its wearer from the elementary looks of previous packs. After working tirelessly manufacturers for almost a year, the company finally launched their online store and Max couldn't be more pleased. With an emphasis on clean yet distinctive lines combined with a unique range of colors, Bare backpacks have maintained high demand for the fall season.
“We believe a backpack can and should be the final touch to any outfit,” said the founder. “It’s high time that fashion and function become a single entity.” Already springing up on college campuses across the country it is clear that their customers agree.
Bare Creations is proving that despite the bleak outlook carried by most, their is still a strong market for affordable niche products. With plans of expanding into retail outlets beyond the web coming this holiday season, their is are no signs that Bare will be slowing down any time soon.
Marvin hopes that he can inspire others to take a similar plunge into the business world, as he stated recently, "It’s by no means easy to take the entrepreneurial leap, and is certainly not for the risk adverse. But with the level of job uncertainty and rising unemployment we’re facing there’s no longer a safe alternative. I would encourage anybody who’s been entertaining a path of self-employment to dive in. Most important to success are what I call the critical P’s: passion and perseverance.”
For further information on Bare Creations please visit their website at http://www.barecreations.com