April 30, 2014

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SPRING EDIT 14

Packing some of our favourite season wears we recently embarked on a ramble around a local dis-used factory building. Between the broken glass and overgrown landscape this once 19th century linen mill provided a eerie backdrop to our recent spring edit. 


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Mohab
Mohab

March 18, 2015

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Kristi
Kristi

March 16, 2015

I left my comment but I don’t know why it doesn’t show so I am leiavng again I found your book on my desk as soon as I got home last night, and I really enjoyed reading it. I also could not put down Also your small but sweet special gift was so impressed to me and I thought you are a thoughtful person. It made me to trust you more.Thank you very much for sharing all your experieces and most important information especially the people who are just starting just like me.I am so exciting but I am so nervouse at the same time, but I’ ll ask you whenever I have questions. Now I feel like I’m getting into real life of fashion!! Once again, thank you very much!!!

Denise
Denise

March 15, 2015

I just came across your wstiebe and the title of your book jumped out at me!! I have been in the business over 30 years and I have NEVER seen a book such as this! I have a wealth of experience in the children’s market from designing to production patternmaking and always toyed with the idea of starting my own company but never really looked into it because I believed you needed a rich uncle (or some such family member or friend) to get it off the ground. The last company I worked for, I worked more closely with production and I was privy to the cost of just getting our samples made. But when that company downsized, I finally though this might be a good time to try. I moved to Florida (Miami) and started this project that I have been running from since I can remember and Che-Elaine’s was born. I am designing and making evening, special occasion, bridal, children and some men, with the blessings of my family and my staunches supporters- my sister, mom and my fiance. So thank you Cherie for putting such knowledge in book form, I will get your book and I can’t wait to explore all you have so generously shared!God continue to bless, guide and keep you.

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