Fashion Industry Insiders Share Their Secrets to Designing a Cohesive Fashion Collection

Share Article interviews Boaz David of Human B and Fashion Designer Daniel Vosovic of Project Runway fame, about their tips for fashion designers who are launching their first collection.

Planning a fashion collection, defining a niche market, pricing products, and launching a branding campaign, all while juggling limited finances are a balancing act even the most successful fashion designers find daunting. So reached out to two seasoned fashion industry experts to find out their secrets to success as a fashion designer.

In an interview with Boaz David, the owner of a New York City fashion consultancy business specializing in fashion business, product development and production, and fashion designer Daniel Vosovic, a member of the CFDA Fashion Incubator program and Project Runway finalist, asked the industry insiders to share their tips for new designers who want to launch their own collection.

From production tips to keeping your ego out of the process, the pair shared their secrets to keeping a collection on the right track and will be hosting an exclusive seminar “Where Fashion Design Begins” on March 29th, 2014 at Mood Designer Fabrics in New York City.

The workshop will cover everything a designer needs to know about designing a cohesive and sellable fashion line, such as finding inspiration, defining brand identity and targeting the needs of a niche market. Production issues will be covered as well, from identifying the proper size for a collection to costing and timing as well as insider tips and rookie mistakes to avoid.

Early bird tickets are available and more information can be found at

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