Fashion-Incubator welcomes visitors from the New York Times

Kathleen Fasanella was quoted in the New York Times.  Since new visitors will have learned about this fabulous web site, Kathleen gave a short overview of her site’s function.

By Kathleen Fasanella on Jul 30, 2010 at 9:12 am

 “If you found me (Kathleen Fasanella) and Fashion-Incubator via the New York Times, welcome! And welcome even if you didn’t and just happened to fall in here somehow.”

“The purpose of Fashion-Incubator is speaking frankly about how to produce a line of sewn products. We do it all from soup to nuts. Not shake-n-bake cake-mix manufacturing at arm’s length but how to launch a fair trade and sustainable clothing line, even including the minutia of how to sew properly, wresting the best engineered methods from history. An affirmation of our mission, at least 50% of our visitors are from the world’s largest brands who use the material as a tool to do their jobs better. In addition to the 2,000 pages of material on this site, we also mentor and welcome anyone who cares to join our proprietary forum. Fashion-Incubator is considered to be the most valuable piece of internet real estate in its class.”

An image from Fashion-Incubator

Kathleen and other industry professionals post priceless information and links every day.  There is also an archive and web tutorials. 

For example: Old school vs shiny new technology

 All fashion students should spend time every week at Fasion-Incubator.  There is always a link in the LinksList.

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2 responses to “Fashion-Incubator welcomes visitors from the New York Times

  1. I can attest to how convenient it is to have such websites available to find information on anything you need. Had I this technology and accessability 30 years ago, who knows what I would have done with all this knowledge. Any way I am glad to be able to tap in to such great sources of information.

  2. I can attest to how convenient it is to have such websites available to find information on anything you need. Had I this technology and accessability 30 years ago, who knows what I would have done with all this knowledge. Any way I am glad to be able to tap in to such great sorces of information.

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