Friday, September 21, 2012

Learn From An Expert





Everyone has a teacher, someone to look up to, to learn from. B.Artise is my mentor and teacher who I met while taking a course at the Fashion Institute of Technology called  Building A Vintage Business. For everyone who really wants to learn about the ins and outs of the vintage clothing business, I suggest you invest in this seminar. It starts October 1st in the evening. In addition, Bridgett teaches another course at FIT on  sustainability. Clothing Reconstruction is an insider view on being green and stylish. Click on the class titles to find out more and I suggest you learn, make some extra cash and get stylish.


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CEO 031 Building a Vintage Business 1.2 CEU 
Vintage has stood the test of time. Find out if it's right for you. Led by Bridgett Artise, designer of original Born-Again Vintage items and the vintage-inspired Before There Were line, this class will focus on starting and building a vintage business. See exactly what it entails, from the discovery of vintage clothing to cleaning and repair to the resale value. Learn the tricks of finding vintage, what customers want from vintage, and how to keep vintage in good condition. Whether you want to run a vintage boutique, use vintage clothing in your own designs, or create a clothing line inspired by vintage, Artise, author of 25 Ways to Deconstruct, Reinvent, and Recycle Your Wardrobe, and invited guests will show you how. 


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SUS 016 CLOTHING RECONSTRUCTION1.2 CEU
This class gives you a new way to look at your old clothing. Bridgett Artise, author of 25 Ways to Deconstruct, Reinvent, and Recycle Your Wardrobe, which Nylon magazine calls “shopping tips and sewing instructions for the very stylish” and Glamour says “is a totally cool how-to book,” will teach you an innovative and sustainable way to stay fashionable. Discover a unique way of recycling previously unwearable vintage/old clothing by visiting the world of reconstruction. Create sustainable fashion by splicing together collectible garments that have been stained, torn, or banished to the sale bin. Using 25 Ways as a guide, create a new wardrobe using what’s already in your closet!


1 comment:

  1. Interesting post! I wish I was in NY for the seminar. I'm definitely going to purchase the book. Thanks for the info!

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