Whether you’re trying to land your first job in fashion, secure the one you’ve had for years, or launch your own label, we all have one goal in common:
To be a Successful Fashion Designer
To achieve this goal, I believe we all should:
- Work together instead of against each other
- Share resources instead of keeping secrets
- Offer help instead of putting others down
Which is why I’ve created various ways to make the Successful Fashion Designer journey a little less bumpy for each of us.
There are two things you can do right now to speed up your path to success:
Check Out the Illustrator Stuff Marketplace
Years ago I realized there were hundreds of fashion design templates on my hard drive. I knew I wasn’t the only one hoarding loads of valuable files.
Instead of letting them collect dust, it made more sense to share them.
Which is exactly why I created Illustrator Stuff, a marketplace for fashionistas to buy and sell vector sketches.
Cut hours off your design time
For just a few bucks, you can snag reusable brushes, trim libraries and fashion flat sketches of any garment you could imagine. All files are vector and fully editable in Illustrator.
Best part? You’ll save hours of time versus starting from a blank page.
Added bonus? 70% of every sale gets paid directly back to the designer who created the file. Now that’s what I call community support.
Make money from work you’ve already done
It’s free and takes just a few minutes to setup a shop and add products to sell. The only rule? All files must be vector and industry relevant.
Every time someone buys your designs, you earn 70% of the sale price. We handle file delivery, hosting and transactions.
You sit back and collect money. Simple as that.