Newsletter 28



Garment Price Calculator

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Helping You Run & Grow A Successful Apparel Brand

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Garment Price Calculator

Many of you have loads of questions regarding product pricing.

  • How much will it cost to make a product?
  • What will the retail price be?
  • How much margin should I have?
  • How much does it cost to produce 200 sweaters?

We have put together a Garment Price Calculator where you can get calculations on FOB, wholesale and retail prices, margin differences, prototype and product development cost, production cost and what your profits will be depending on all the number you enter in the calculator.

This is an incredible tool to use right at the beginning of your collection and during the product development stage to keep track of those numbers and make sure you make a profit!

Check out the video or use it in the Member Zone.

Not a member yet? Try 5 days for only $5

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Photo: orlebarbrown.com

Orlebar Brown’s Founder On Why Fashion Start-Ups Must Tailor Their Brand To The Web.

It was just announced that French luxury brand Chanel has acquired British men’s swim brand Orlebar Brown for an undisclosed sum. Read about Orlebar Brown’s founder, why fashion start-ups must tailer their brand for the web and why “You have to aspire to be best in class; mediocre won’t cut it”.

Read the full article.

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Be Consistent

Getting an audience is hard.
Sustaining an audience is hard.
It demands a consistency of thought, of purpose,
and of action over a long period of time.

– Bruce Springsteen

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Podcast Tips

From Tailors With Love is a fortnightly show that highlights some of the fine costumes and tailoring you’re likely to see in the movies. Presented to you by the editor of The Suits of James Bond, Matt Spaiser, and the host of the Menswear Style Podcast, Pete Brooker.

Listen to the podcast here.

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Christopher Bevans Takes Us “Behind The Seams” Of Dyne And His Rise In The Fashion World.

After working in the industry under many titles Christopher Bevans held things down as a lead designer for both Sean John and Rocawear, director of urban apparel design for Nike, and creative director for Billionaire Boys Club. Chris is now on the path of doing things under his own leadership with a team of equally innovative players on his side.

Read the full article here.

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