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Support industry designers

Vauxhall Fashion Scout recently had their first salon evening for the designers showing at their venue during London Fashion Week. Koodos.com chief executive Miriam Lahage was the guest speaker and she gave the designers a lot of insight to the business of fashion. She discussed topics like with the changing economy how can fashion survive, the relationship with buyers and developing a wholesale business. Miriam is constantly finding ways to support new designers: Koodos.com is featuring a special Vauxhall Fashion Scout boutique from September 8-29.

It’s so important that businesses get behind designers so that the London fashion scene survives and makes it to the next season. Some might laugh at the idea that the London fashion scene could shrink to the point of becoming insignificant, but during the impending financial downturn that would be a dangerously complacent attitude to have…

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  • Anonymous

    I personally don't have much sympathy because I think this is to a greater part a problem of their own making. A lot of people want to start big and are so snobish about where they are seen, but wake up and smell the coffee not everyone is going to be snapped up by Gucci, Versace or become Stella McCartney a good customer mix is equally as important as a good product mix.

    So if there are any up and coming non-snobish designers looking to start somewhere. I am a stylist looking for designers willing to loan clothes for style sessions.

    I'm not sure I'm allowed to post my email so I won't risk it.

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