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#sewopen Collaborative, Sandals, Shoes, loafers, Rainboots – sign up to Beta program

The concept  for #sewopen is to create a collaborative means of supplying the Apparel  sector. It  explore local and distributed manufacturing. It revisits techniques  for meeting design  my  mom and other local designers employed and uses technology to add cohesion.  Http;//so.Bonniesandy.com Post by Brooklyn Fashion Week. Post by Brooklyn Fashion Week. Post by Brooklyn Fashion … Continue reading

opensewing

The challenge of an open business format is figuring out a revenue model to make it not just sustainable but profitable. Essentially I am taking my creative assets and offering it for others to use as a form of income. In so doing It is my hope that moms especially can be home when their … Continue reading

50 Shades of Black Techies- Part 1

Many  are afraid to say they are Black for fear of negative backlash in their businesses.  To reach the Black  community, to reach minority communities we need Blacks and Minorities to stand out front.. at  least to communicate intrinsic details, Such is life!  But often the stereotypes come from  blacks themselves,  we all have patterns we expect, execute, interpret or  … Continue reading

Happy 50th

100% Caribbean- Celebrating Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago One of the workshops we do Is based on  self reliance and creating  merchandise around a theme! So it’s time to  celebrate 50 years of Independence and both the Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago Nationals are heavily  represented in our Brooklyn community!   So we added a 100%  all proceeds … Continue reading

Is UJAMAA Simply a word You Recite on December 29th each year!

Ujamaa To build and maintain our own stores, shops, and other businesses and to profit from them together. If my statemeant is wrong, feel free to list  examples of “Cooperative Economics” in the comments! “Cooperative Economics” goes way beyond “collaboration”, the latter  suggests working together for individual gain… Cooperative economics suggest putting aside purely self related … Continue reading

Fashion Design and the Contextual web

In the image is a sketch of a lace bias cut top rendered in black lace over white! Next to it various body types.  If I’m dealing directly in the store it is easy to gauge the customer and even fit the garment. I can observe coloring and select the best choices. My goal is … Continue reading


 

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