Who’s launching a clothing line this week?

A few interest links to some famous and not-so-famous people launching clothing lines

Eagles’ Michael Vick launches sports clothing line

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick is launching a sports clothing line called V7 that will be sold exclusively at East Coast sporting goods chain Modell’s.

 

Dressing Things Up in Style

Otis & Maclain is a women’s contemporary high-end clothing company. The line has expanded from its simple beginnings to include four fashion seasons — spring, summer, fall and holiday/resort.

 

TOWIE’s Gemma Collins launches plus size clothing line for women

Gemma Collins of the popular television show TOWIE (British), launched a plus size clothing line. 


 Rapping Up Some New Clothes

Eve Reveals Plans For A New Clothing Line, Plus Her Style Evolution


Debby Ryan Planning To Launch A Clothing Line

 

Debby has made it no secret that she’s into fashion and so it should come as no surprise that she’s starting a fashion line. 

 

Red Bluff designer seeks backers for local clothing line

Janine Hulseman, an independent fashion designer, wants to produce her Vintage Class Clothing line with 100 percent American products.

 

 

 

New Pinterest Account!

If you have some presence in the online world, and by social presence we mean:

  • Gmail
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Linkedin
  • Youtube
  • MySpace
  • …..

You have probably heard about Pinterest.com well, for about one year now we have heard people getting excited about pinterest and it is now our turn. And it turns out that we love it! It is such a refreshin way to share, bookmark, collect and just get to know more what our friends and the world around us likes, and even more, the discovery is just amazing.

So we just started our new channel there and we have created a few boards were we will be collecting an sharing our city’s, our customers and ultimately our stuff, and we hope you join us there!

Our address is http://pinterest.com/siennapacific see you there:)

 

About Reading [Clothing Care] Labels by Diane Armstrong

Check out this website I found at timminstimes.com

Diane Armstrong from Timmins Time discusses the confusion some care instructions generate when taking care of our items…. Not the first one, not the last one… certainly some care instructions are a little questionable, such as…
“”Made in China. Wash all colours separately. Do not bleach. Wash alone 3 times and wash separately. If colours dark, then wash alone.””

Can you give any examples of care instructions that are impossible to follow or a little bit over the top?
Please share:)