Luxist, a blog for Fashion products, suggests that American Apparel, the US based, ethically orientated, promotional clothing manufacturer, could be the new Gap on the High Street. They do now have a store on trendy Carnaby Street in Soho, London, but nevertheless this is quite a bold claim. Their marketing has become notably sexier, certainly […]
Gigi Swanson over at Music Business Marketing has written a great article about the role t-shirts play in useful merchandise for touring bands: As an artist/performer you are selling an experience and fans will buy a souvenir of that experience in the form of a CD, clothing, buttons, posters, etc. As music fans we have […]
Some of the more observant vistors to our site may have noticed that we have a new featured site of the day at the bottom of the right hand column of the Indigo home page. This link is drawn from our new useful clothing sites page. This collection of links is powered by the Indigo […]
I love your t-shirt is a fun little website featuring cool t-shirt designs. Well worth a look.
Just been to France at the weekend to see Joo (Julia), our original client services co-ordinator. She is working at a Le Chateau d’Ebblinghem looking after English school children. Two cars, nine people, long lunches, wine, volleyball and laughter – a great weekend was had by all. Will have some photos soon I hope. On […]
An article about the new look Joules website and how well they are doing was an interesting find and reinforces my view that clean design combined with lots of information is the way forwards to selling garments on the web. There are very few well-designed websites that sell clothing. In fact if you come to […]