Desiree set out to start a new kind of apparel brand, with clothes designed to fit all people and made locally in Los Angeles. When the Coronavirus pandemic hit, Desiree quickly pivoted to making masks and she's prepared to continue to innovate as the world continues to change. If you're looking for inspiration on why following you should follow your dreams, you won't want to miss this episode.
Eph Apparel make some of the best custom clothing in the world, they've been doing it for years and they've found people love their clothes so much, they've developed a global following. Making sure customers have a great experience online and in-store is paramount of Eph Apparel, and Andrew, one of Eph's founders has some great insights for other brands looking at starting small and someday expanding globally.
Groomsman Suit set out to create a new solution for black tie attire: a sharp-looking tuxedo that could be purchased for less than the cost of a traditional rental. Jeanne and Diana, two childhood friends, joined forces to launch The Groomsman Suit in February 2016. Since then, the company has had the honor of being a part of countless weddings helping thousands of men look sharp. In this episode Diane shares more about the early days of the company, how they've leveraged technology, and what they're doing to keep things moving forward during the Coronavirus pandemic.