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In fashion tonight.
Working this -- into your wardrobe it's not just for winter here with ways to play up your summer look accessories designer -- cam.
Her high end accessories can be found on the pages of vogue.
Hollywood's A list celebrities and the everyday woman -- welcome to the show it's great to have you here.
Yeah great story.
About how you got started designing -- tell us that will one night a had a few too many drinks and decided it was a good idea to cut my own hair.
See myself bad haircut and then had to shave it off.
Hence my logo with me with a -- had.
All -- like that -- and then on my started making hats that looked like haircuts.
Haircuts and then on what because it was really cold in the winter and then walked was walking ransom of one day shopping and then store owners asked -- where I come hot.
And if they could buy the line and then.
You know and you say yes yes and then -- it has Andrea so tell me when you're designing ways are you sketch on a pad of paper having to do it well it where it's a very -- his little things so we basically for the Blake.
Play with a lot of like the shapes in this.
Mark them up and stick them right on so I don't even know how to draw I don't know how to -- I don't know like -- -- know -- -- like.
Make hat's it like really things on -- -- you start with the materials.
Sometimes -- we start -- so we start with some materials and somewhat shapes because some has will be like oh I love this trend.
What would this can work around or -- has umbilical I love this little -- -- this is all about the shape you know.
When I was sometimes and then you just kind of like.
You know play with -- -- so what trends do you watch.
While I feel like right now there's a lot of trends there's the gas B movies trended really hard for hot speaks on -- The nautical -- has always been in the mod sixties look have been kind going on for a little while.
Bitten but there's a lot of Bob good women who want to look like.
Up boys because it's like -- very -- Fashion moment.
So there's like a hot like this dial -- -- -- hats I Elliot -- you know I mean it's Q you know young.
And then there's think the whole ethnic.
Trend which is basically like you know -- -- -- -- like I'm at know -- you know and can you also a business person now it's not just about designing things it's also about the backhand -- getting your.
Product out the door quickly learned over the years well I feel like I've like learned so much because a lot of times like.
It just -- you can't just be creative you have to make the right moves in terms of really what the audience wants on some level because.
You can decide as much for yourself but you have to really think about who is this woman and just think outside of your own.
Like Europe what you want look a lot of people like -- -- especially young women want to know how to break in the fashion that don't happen to its very competitive.
So they see somebody successful they want to know.
How did she manage to make that happen.
Honestly like when I first started out like 22 was like my first real job besides working -- -- -- for years so like I didn't.
Know what I was do me like I just found a store front in the east village that I can live in the back of there was a two bedroom.
So I just kind of played like.
Winged it and then finally started developing a good business sense and that's what's really important you have to think about who is your customer do you have a customer for this.
Are you willing to make that commitment it's very very demanding they have to answer question for me and how do you know what -- works for you because it's impossible I have shot perhaps it's very confusing.
-- basically like I think that you also have to like you to think about like is this your first hot if it's your first cut you might not want the biggest -- right.
If he could play your style -- you like fabulously gladly or are you more Tom boyish than you know any you have to think about your own style silent -- -- -- which one of these would work for me I think about one quarter.
Okay this is the at this is -- -- I see a big summer dress so -- just Fonoti profanity.
Got to tell me we meet didn't cover one point that I really want to mention these are made right here yes.
And is that important to you made in America I love Auburn making in New York because I feel like I that I mean I love new York and I love.
Be able to work really closely with the factories and what we do is so our kids at all.
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Thanks so much.
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